What Were The Peak Years For Gen X Music?

Gen X is generally thought to be the generation born between 1965 and 1980. But a rousing discussion around the peak years of Gen X, especially pertaining to

Farewell To The Boys: Beastie Boys Last Concert

It may have been the end of an era years earlier, but the Beastie Boys last concert in 2009 tied a nostalgic bow on the gift that kept

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Something gnarly happened on AGT last year that I don’t think many heavy metal enthusiasts caught. At first, when the band came out on stage I was prepared

How Hard Did Nirvana Hit You When They Broke On The Scene?

It was the beginning of the end of hair metal and glam bands. When this aired, all bets were off. Grunge announced itself it the most hardcore way.

Thinking About How Judas Priest Is Still Here And Still Rocking This Hard Gives Me A Panic Attack!

Judas Priest: Reigning Kings of Heavy Metal Hailing from Birmingham, England, Judas Priest isn’t just a band; they’re heavy metal royalty. Formed in 1969, they’ve been rocking for

Plush: Barracuda – Honorary Gen Xers!

They are far too young to be considered official Gen Xers. Nevertheless, Gen X Flow is bestowing these women with Honorary Gen X(her) titles based on their absolute

Simply Irresistible: A Massive 80’s Pop Music Playlist!

Over the actual radio airwaves, driving to the mall, if you lived in a small town with only one or two radio stations, you had no choice but

80s Punk’s DIY Revolution: Zines

Welcome to our journey through the 80s punk underground. In this series, we will delve into the 80s underground punk music scene, exploring the influential role of zines in