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.
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A Seattle-based supergroup featuring members of Guns N' Roses and Pearl Jam have unveiled a new song called "All Things Fade Away."
Kid Rock: ‘F— No, I’m Not Running for Senate’
After months of teasing the possibility, Kid Rock asserts that he's a devil without a (political) cause.
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The provocative rocker (and potential Michigan senator) announces a new album 'Sweet Southern Sugar' and North American tour.
Classic Rock Halloween Costume Gear Guide
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The dormant supergroup has awoken from its slumber to reveal some exciting developments.
Tom Petty Had an Improbable but Lasting MTV-Era Impact
When MTV launched, the music industry’s concept of artist promotion completely changed. How would Tom Petty's defiantly gimmick-free, rugged Americana fit in?
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Dead Kennedys Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
We rank every record by San Francisco's kings of hardcore punk.
5 Reasons Bad Brains Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Bad Brains should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame because they didn’t obey punk rock so much as punk rock obeyed Bad Brains.