Vincent Caruso is a freelance writer and editor based in Chicago, IL. Musings on the topics of music, culture and politics have appeared in the likes of Prefix Magazine, the Daily Beast, Reason Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, Design Bureau and others. Author of several regrets and producer of many aborted ideas. I believe in a higher power chord. Frequently cyberbullied at @vncnt_csmr.
40 Years Ago: Parliament Achieve Funk-Opera Perfection With ‘Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo…
George Clinton was plotting the next narrative frontier within the P-Funk mythology when crafting Parliament's 1977 album.
Prince Reshapes Sheryl Crow’s ‘Everyday Is a Winding Road': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
The mutual admiration was the beginning of what would be a lasting friendship between the two.
Morrissey Shares New Single, ‘Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up on the Stage’
The former Smiths frontman unveils the third single to his upcoming album, 'Low in High School.'
Guns N’ Roses, Pearl Jam Supergroup Levee Walkers Share New Song
A Seattle-based supergroup featuring members of Guns N' Roses and Pearl Jam have unveiled a new song called "All Things Fade Away."
Liam Gallagher Says He ‘Won’t F—ing Get Over’ Oasis
The ex-Oasis firebrand opens up about the sting left in the wake of his former band's breakup.
U2 Announce 12″ Vinyl Remix of ‘The Blackout’
The single will see an exclusive 12" release on Record Store Day.
Franz Ferdinand Announce New Album, Share Title Track ‘Always Ascending’
'Always Ascending' marks the first Franz Ferdinand recording without guitarist Nick McCarthy.
Classic Rock Halloween Costume Gear Guide
Still stuck on ideas for a Halloween costume? We've got ideas for how to dress up as one of your favorite classic rockers.
Weezer Pays Homage to the Beach Boys with New Track, ‘Beach Boys’
Weezer share new track "Beach Boys," an upbeat, post-summer anthem devoted to—you guessed it.
Radiohead’s New ‘Lift’ Video Sends Thom Yorke on a Crazy, Endless Elevator Ride
Radiohead's new 'Lift' video features Thom Yorke patiently stationed on a lift that appears to stop exactly everywhere but his own destination.
Prince Denies, Then Surprises, Then Ghosts The Foo Fighters: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Despite Prince's distaste for being covered by the Foo Fighters — or anyone — he had no qualms about returning the favor on one of the world's biggest stages.
40 Years Ago: The Sex Pistols Crash the Queen’s Silver Jubilee
In a jeering display of monarchical mockery, the band ferried alongside the Queen on the River Thames, blasting the treasonous anthems plaguing the Commonwealth.