Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
When Nickelodeon Let ‘Doug’ Meet Beatles Parody the Beets
"Killer Tofu" band debuted in September 1991 episode "Doug Rocks."
ABBA Release Two New Songs From Upcoming ‘Voyage’ Album and Show
Virtual concert residency will feature motion-captured, de-aged digital avatars of the four original band members.
Stevie Nicks Says Her Debut Solo LP Kept Fleetwood Mac ‘Together’
"I did not want the album to sound anything like Fleetwood Mac — that would have defeated the dream," singer writes in journal excerpt.
Hear Lindsey Buckingham’s Deceptively Sad New Song ‘On the Wrong Side’
Track appears on former Fleetwood Mac guitarist's upcoming, self-titled solo LP.
When Biz Markie Covered Elton John’s ‘Bennie and the Jets’
The rapper also sampled Ted Nugent for 1992 interlude.
All 32 Genesis Music Videos Ranked Worst to Best
Grotesque puppets, TV evangelist parodies, a miniature Phil Collins singing inside a piano — the band wasn't afraid to get silly.
50 Years Ago: Gene Wilder Adds Mystery, Mischief to ‘Willy Wonka’
Actor delivered an all-time classic performance in musical fantasy, which hit theaters in June 1971.
How an Unused Jimi Hendrix Album Cover Led to Journey’s Scarab
Beetle first appeared on 1980's 'Departure,' and has remained a regular presence on the group's projects ever since.
Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees for Record Store Day LP
Limited-edition album also includes five live-in-the-studio versions of 'Medicine at Midnight' tunes.
In Defense of Genesis’ ‘Invisible Touch’
They were prog heroes and pop stars — a rare and tricky balance. Recognizing that fact only underscores their versatility.