Here's a Passionate “Thong Song” Roundtable for Sisqo's 40th Birthday
Pls everyone, let's gather round and discuss the world's most extra song about some pants.
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Dance Music Acts Sample This 80s Piano Line So Much for a Reason
From M People and Liquid to Bulgarian DJ KiNK, Marshall Jefferson's bittersweet chords on Cece Rogers’ “Someday” still stand the test of time.
‘Jennifer’s Body’ Captured Myspace-Emo Camp in All Its Glory
Diablo Cody’s underrated cult classic turns nine this week – we look back on how it juggled bisexuality, desire and early 2000s mainstream emo.
Revisiting The Distillers’ Intense Punk Masterpiece 15 Years On
'Coral Fang' is one of the '00s best albums: born from the rage and torment of one relationship ending, and the lust and fire of a new one.
The Slow Return of Duster, the Lo-Fi Trio Who Secretly Changed Indie Rock
After 17 years, the California trio are back in the studio and putting the finishing touches on an archival set for Numero Group. It's a good opportunity to dig into their "desperate, purring distress."
Kenickie’s ‘Get In’ Is Still the Ultimate Burn-Out Album
This is the sound of an underrated 90s band of teens going supernova, throwing up all over their nice shoes and realising success = stress.
T.I. on 15 Years of 'Trap Muzik': 'I Wanted to Make a Classic'
He talks to us about the 2003 album that helped give trap its name – and yes, Gucci Mane comes up, too.
The Long Blondes Were British Rock’s Last Great Kitchen Sink Dramatists
In their tales of woe, lust and dual carriageways, the Sheffield band joined the ranks of Pulp and The Beautiful South, and nobody's touched them since.
“My Name’s Will Bevan”: 10 Years Since Burial’s Unmasking
A decade ago this month, Burial revealed his identity on MySpace – is it now impossible to have a secret one?
'Straight Outta Compton' Is the Most American Album of the 20th Century
Thirty years later, we remember how N.W.A Trojan Horsed gangsta rap into suburban homes.
The IDM List Gave Intelligent Dance Music Its Name and Geeky Legacy
Musicians and fans look back on the niche online hub they cultivated 25 years ago, and how it framed dance music that wasn't really for dancefloors.
25 Years Ago, Rage Against the Machine Whipped Their Dicks Out in Protest
At Lollapalooza '93, the outspoken rock band hung dong for 15 straight minutes to combat music censorship.
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