East 99 Meets Burque
Bone Thugs revisit the ’90s
Securing an interview with members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is harder than you might think. So, we meditate on the hip-hop quintet’s influence and history instead.
Parody or Pabulum
Brokencyde’s best-of is the worst
Music writer Geoffrey Plant deconstructs Burque’s most tasteless and financially successful act, Brokencyde.
This week, we listened to new albums by Scott Walker, Crystal Castles and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra.
Flyer on the Wall
This week’s Flyer on the Wall uses spirograph style to hip Burque residents to a psych-rock show at Iron Haus.
Courtesy of the artist
Lauryn Hill • hip-hop
It's been 20 years since Lauryn Hill's ground-breaking neo-soul inflected hip-hop recording, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill dropped. Since then, Hill's once for-sure-going-to-be-hot career has moved in fits and jumps as the artist behind such megahits like her rendition of “Killing Me Softly,” “Doo-Wop” and “Ex-Factor” wrestled with fame, responsibility and fans…