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Get Lost in the Sweet, Soulful Sounds of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly

Learn about the one of the best soul bands you may never have heard of. Read More »

“In My Room”: A Creative Game-Changer for the Beach Boys

The under-appreciated song showcases the Beach Boys' burgeoning creativity and musical sophistication. Read More »

Two Turntables and a Microphone: A Mixtape of Classic Rap

Not a rap fan? Try these standout tracks and become a hip hop convert. Read More »

Remembering Singer/Songwriter Gerry Rafferty, A ’70s Pop/Rock Craftsman

While not necessarily a household name, Gerry Rafferty's songs remain contemporary rock classics. Read More »

Same “Auld Lang Syne”? Try These Overlooked New Year’s Eve Songs

Do New Year's Eve "carols" exist? Yes, if you dig deep into the music vaults. Read More »

The Who’s Cautionary Tale “Eminence Front” Still Resonates

While not technically a hit, "Eminence Front" still amazes with its irresistible combination of rock and funk. Read More »

Bassist Robert Wilson of the Gap Band: An Appreciation

Bassist Robert Wilson was an essential contributor to the Gap Band's distinctive brand of funk. Read More »

Reevaluating Nineties Music: Trivial or Noteworthy, Part 2

The Cutout Bin continues looking back at some of the most influential and unique talents from the 1990s. Read More »

Reevaluating Nineties Music: Trivial or Noteworthy?

'90s charts may be filled with one-hit-wonders, but influential artists also emerged out of the decade. Read More »

Travel Through Prince’s Catalog to Find Some Buried Treasures

While "Purple Rain" remains a classic, Prince recorded many other lesser-known singles and B-sides that deserve another listen. Read More »