There's a little bit of everything in my list this year.
In this year's list of mine, there's a little bit of hip-hop, metal, and a lot of damn good rock and roll.
The newly remastered edition of The Smashing Pumpkins magnum opus is a reminder of one of the best albums of the Clinton era.
Koi No Yokan is the Sacramento alternative metal heroes' best record since White Pony.
It took the famed ex-Smashing Pumpkins guitarist 14 years to record his second solo album. Was it worth the wait?
Oceania is the most consistently good Smashing Pumpkins album since Machina... and the best since Adore.
Our old music writer Lono is back to take a look at the new Smashing Pumpkins record, Oceania.
Didn't think 2011 was great for music? With my faves list, which contains alt. rock, electronic music, metal and more, hopefully you will think better of it and discover new favorites of your own.
Two alternative rock classics have been reissued as both single-disc bargains or expansive multidisc sets.
The brain behind the Smashing Pumpkins takes some time out of his band's busy touring schedule to discuss its past, present and future.