1994: The Year That Changed Everything
- Hip-hop Phil Hebblethwaite talks to Digable Planets' Ishmael Butler about the year the East Coast reclaimed hip-hop
- College rock Sadie Dupuis from Speedy Ortiz in conversation with Stephen Malkmus on alt-rock going overground
- Trip-hop Speaking to Tricky, Angus Batey finds out about trip-hop breaking out of Bristol
- Britpop Sonya Madden from Echobelly tells Mark Beaumont how Britpop united a whole nation
- Also featured: A look at when post-rock burst out of Chicago, how riot grrrl invaded pop culture, the year My So Called Life became the first TV program to rock a soundtrack and the legacy behind 1994's most seminal albums by Morrissey, Jeff Buckley, Nick Cave, Manic Street Preachers and more...
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- Why are "the planets aligned for an epic night" for Phoenix? Because they're playing one of the NME Awards shows with Austin, Texas, of course
- Is the writing on the wall for Foster The People? Yes. But don't worry, it's just a massive mural of their album cover.
- Who was Kevin Parker's wardrobe inspiration at school? Michael Jackson, obviously. Chamone!
- Anatomy of an album: Orange Juice - 'Rip It Up'
- In The Studio: Black Lips
- Interviews with:
- Tame Impala
- Wolf Alice
- The Strypes
- Album Reviews:
- Bombay Bicycle Club
- The Family Rain
- Arthur Beatrice
- Maximo Park
- Caught Live:
- Fucked Up
- Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
- Adam Green
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