In the Sixties, some young performers pioneered bizarro alternative to sex, drugs and rock & roll. Inside the choir-pop scene — and the U.S. government’s attempt to co-opt it For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)
When Radiohead released Kid A, it was such a bold departure from their sound that it stunned the world. Fueled by a disdain for making alternative-rock music and a nervous breakdown that loomed large over Thom Yorke’s mental state, Kid A was the antithesis of everything they’d accomplished up until that point. It was as […]
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