The mesmerizing, visionary, deeply silly biopic, now on Hulu, turns Jim Morrison into a mythic figure — and recalls a bygone era when rock stars were the center of the universe
In 1980, AC/DC’s frontman died and the band’s future looked uncertain. They responded with the biggest album of their career and a smash single about screwing that’s the closest thing these bad-boy rockers ever got to writing a love song.
A Field Guide to the Early-Aughts Garage Rock Revival Bands (That Weren’t the Strokes and the White Stripes)
Wait, which one was the Von Bondies?
In this TED-Talk-like film, the surviving members look back at their band’s creative evolution. But MCA's death leaves a hole in the center they know they’ll never fill.