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Harvilla writes about music and other pop culture. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, and was alive in the ’80s.

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‘60 Songs That Explains the ’90s’: Jane’s Addiction and the (Maybe) Birth of 1990s Alt-Rock

Livin’ Más with the Angeleno rockers and their unlikely hit, "Been Caught Stealing"

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Shouldn’t Harry Styles Be Having More Fun?

‘Harry’s House’ is charming, elegant, and perhaps just a bit boring

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‘60 Songs That Explain the ’90s’: Bonnie Raitt Knows Love (and Heartbreak)

Bonnie Raitt has been a lot of things—a blues singer, a rock singer, arguably a jazz singer, occasionally a country singer, and eventually a blockbuster pop singer—and on "I Can’t Make You Love Me," she pronounced herself the purveyor of a timeless, wrenching classic

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The Curious Case of “Whoomp! (There It Is)”

Do you remember the competing song "Whoot, There It Is" from the same time as Tag Team’s 1993 hit? Have you ever wondered what really happened there? So did we, so we dove deep.

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The Jack Harlow Dilemma

Charles and Rob discuss Harlow’s new album and explain why the rapper has the music industry in a frenzy

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The Jack Harlow Problem Isn’t Black or White

The Kentucky rapper and fledgling superstar is the New Person You Have to Know About. But is his new album, ‘Come Home the Kids Miss You,’ any good?

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‘60 Songs’ Is Back, and It’s Finally Time to Talk About Britney Spears

In Episode 61 of ‘60 Songs That Explain the ’90s’—yep, you read that right—we’re breaking down "... Baby One More Time," how the media treated a young Britney, and the Big Bang of late-’90s teen pop

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The Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Was a Win for Hip-Hop, Mary J. Blige, and Your Youth

The Dr. Dre–led set was a long-overdue milestone for rap and may draw headlines beyond the performance, but it’s worth celebrating for its opulence

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Chuck Klosterman, Alice in Chains, and Grunge

Taking with the author about the legendary Seattle band and his new book, ‘The Nineties’

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Sex, Drugs, and ‘Pam & Tommy’

The new miniseries from Hulu is a grim survey of a love affair and the merciless act of revenge porn that upended it