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10 essential alternative ’90s bands fronted by women you should know
10 essential alternative ’90s bands fronted by women you should know
The '90s were chock-full of absolute icons, and no, we're not referring to the Princess Diana Beanie Baby or JNCO jeans when we say that. From Nirvana to *NSYNC, pop and grunge ruled the airwaves. However, it seems like some women-fronted acts don't get nearly enough credit for all of their contributions to the music scene of the decade...
15 punk guitarists of the ’90s who paved the way for the genre’s future
15 punk guitarists of the ’90s who paved the way for the genre’s future
Welcome to Alternative Press’ pick of the 15 best punk guitarists of the ’90s. One notable difference between this list and the other two we’ve compiled is the inclusion of several women. Punk did much to democratize rock ’n’ roll in the ’70s, with many pioneering all-female (the Runaways, the Slits) or mixed-gender lineups (X-Ray Spex, Talking Heads). But only one ’70s female punk guit... Read Mo
Here’s what Courtney Love thinks of Miley Cyrus’ recent Hole cover
Here’s what Courtney Love thinks of Miley Cyrus’ recent Hole cover
Last week, Miley Cyrus celebrated the release of her new rock-inspired album Plastic Hearts with an emotional cover of Hole's "Doll Parts." Now, Courtney Love has shared what she thinks of Cyrus' recent cover performance. Read more: See My Chemical Romance bring back the ‘Revenge’ era in a new teaser 2020 has been a big year for Miley Cyrus. On Nov. 27...
See Miley Cyrus channel Courtney Love in this cover of Hole’s “Doll Parts”
See Miley Cyrus channel Courtney Love in this cover of Hole’s “Doll Parts”
This past week has been big for Miley Cyrus. On Nov. 27, she debuted her new rock-inspired album Plastic Hearts. Now, Cyrus is continuing to show her rock side with a new emotional cover of Hole's "Doll Parts." Read more: See why ‘Black Panther’ star Letitia Wright says she’s been “canceled” Last Friday, Cyrus finally unveiled her new album Plastic Hearts. The record is full of nostal...
10 underrated bands you don’t remember defining the ’90s
10 underrated bands you don’t remember defining the ’90s
Nirvana. Pearl Jam. Green Day. These are three monster bands that people often name-drop when reliving the incredible and renowned legacy of ’90s music. Even if they don’t get mentioned in a reverential manner as much as many of their counterparts, some less “cool” bands end up defining a time period (and influence future decades) just as much as the trailblazers. What is hip doesn’t ne... Read Mo
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
When the first episode of MTV Unplugged was broadcast, nobody knew how it was going to be received. Let's face it, Americans like their rock 'n' roll served with all the decibels possible. But with a run that started in 1989 and continued in different installments for 30 years, "unplugged" became part of the music business nomenclature...
Here’s why Alicia Bognanno gave up some control on the new Bully LP
Here’s why Alicia Bognanno gave up some control on the new Bully LP
Alicia Bognanno’s solo project Bully is back for another round, dropping its third full-length, SUGAREGG, Aug. 21. The Sub Pop release is hypercharged and relentlessly confident from start to finish. Though it combines plenty of the grit and ferocity of their 2015 debut, Feels Like, with a dose of the prevalent lyrical focus of sophomore effort, Losing, SUGAREGG only nods to the past rather than r
9 times ‘Glee’ gave alternative songs an unforgettable spin
9 times ‘Glee’ gave alternative songs an unforgettable spin
Glee wasn’t just your typical 2010s teenage drama series, and any former “gleek” will proudly tell that to you.  The show soundtracked an era, as well as brought a lot of representation to primetime TV. There were complex characters, some who you loved and hated at the same time, and it was filled with show-stopping musical numbers with dancing, singing and more.  Read more: Smash Mo...
Here’s how grunge-punks theWorst are paying respect to a fallen friend
Here’s how grunge-punks theWorst are paying respect to a fallen friend
Your quarantine is about to get a whole lot louder. Today AltPress is premiering the video for “Blacksheepish,” the new track from turbo-charged grunge-punk outfit theWorst. The Portland, Maine, trio are fronted by lead singer Brooke Binion, who comes off as the glorious love child of Joan Jett and Kurt Cobain. Fueled by ...

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