In the midst of her well-deserved 1980s comeback, the iconic singer decided to play the villain in ‘Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.’ The soundtrack smash that accompanied the film may be a bit cheesy, but it’s had a surprising afterlife in the worlds of high art and indie-rock.
Authors Tom Beaujour and Richard Bienstock discuss their exhaustive oral history ‘Nothin’ But a Good Time’ and how hair metal’s party-hearty ethos reflects the Reagan era and still speaks to fans
There’s nothing scarier than Ray Romano reciting ‘Crazy in Love’ as spoken-word poetry
Dublin’s hometown band has often had a hard time in their home country. Sometimes it’s because they’re too famous. Other times, it’s a lot more complicated.