Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Top 25 American Classic Rock Bands of the ’60s
The '60s are often thought of as the decade when the Brits dominated rock, but there was still plenty to love in the U.S.
45 Years Ago: Genesis Crashes Top 40 With ‘Follow You Follow Me’
"It’s an up, happy song that makes you smile without being sweet," Mike Rutherford said of the 1978 single.
50 Years Ago: Genesis Goes Sci-Fi Prog in ‘Watcher of the Skies’
Band scaled back epic 'Foxtrot' track for shorter single version.
Genesis, ‘BBC Broadcasts': Album Review
This multidisc set marks a new apex of the prog-pop band's live catalog.
Final Albums: 41 of Rock’s Most Memorable Farewells
From 'Abbey Road' and 'Icky Thump' to 'Goodbye' and 'Everything Must Go.'
When Genesis Helped Peter Gabriel Escape Debt With 1982 Reunion
Proceeds for one-off show benefitted the singer's financially struggling WOMAD festival.
Rush Recruits Tool’s Danny Carey for Taylor Hawkins L.A. Tribute
Performance follows three-song set at London event honoring late Foo Fighters drummer.
The Communal Message Behind Roger Waters’ New Song ‘The Bar’
Former Pink Floyd member has played excerpts from epic-length cut during This Is Not a Drill tour.
‘The Beatles: Get Back’ and ‘Pam and Tommy’ Earn Emmy Nods
'Stranger Things,' which features pivotal scenes soundtracked by Kate Bush and Metallica, was also nominated for Best Music Supervision.
The 10 Heaviest Fleetwood Mac Songs
From "One Sunny Day" to "Sisters of the Moon."
Christine McVie on Fleetwood Mac’s Future: ‘Impossible to Say’
"We might get back together," says singer and keyboardist. "But I just couldn’t say for sure.”
Yes Play Intimate Warm-Up Show Ahead of ‘Close to the Edge’ Tour
Set at 400-capacity venue in Tavistock, England, featured early classics and two songs from 2021's 'The Quest.'
Red Hot Chili Peppers Launch Tour With John Frusciante: Set List
Band played 18-song set heavy on 'Unlimited Love' and 'Stadium Arcadium.'
The 10 Heaviest Who Songs
Pete Townshend, pioneer of windmilling and guitar destruction, has always sounded truly at home when the chords are crashing.
Beavis and Butt-Head Hit Space in Trailer for Upcoming Film
Clip teases revival project as "the dumbest science fiction movie ever made."
Alan White, Drummer for Yes and John Lennon, Dies at 72
Prog band's longest-tenured member also played with George Harrison, Joe Cocker and Ginger Baker.