Paul Robson

Foo Fighters’ 20 greatest guitar moments, ranked

Over a quarter of a century old and probably the biggest guitar band in the world, Foo Fighters’ riff-heavy catalogue contains plenty of gems.

The Genius Of… Wrecking Ball by Emmylou Harris

The country queen faced a crossroads in 1995, and took a left turn to deliver a stunning album that not only reinvigorated her career but has since inspired two generations of rising Americana artists.

“It’s like your grandparents when they get too old to get divorced!” Pat Smear and Chris Shiflett on 25 years of Foo Fighters

As Foo Fighters celebrate their 10th LP, Medicine At Midnight, we caught up with Pat Smear and Chris Shiflett to look back at the guitarists’ journeys as part of the biggest band on earth.

The Genius of… Futures by Jimmy Eat World

As the emo heroes prepare to livestream a track-by-track run-through of this follow up to Bleed American, we swim in the waters of an expansive, emotional record that frontman Jim Adkins describes as being from their “more is more period”

The Genius of… Darkness On The Edge Of Town by Bruce Springsteen

After three years of legal wrangling following the breakout success of Born To Run, Bruce Springsteen assembled the E Street Band armed with a righteous anger and created a brooding album that saw The Boss find his “adult voice”.

Butch Vig shares the guitar recording secrets of Nirvana, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters and more

As his latest project, 5 Billion In Diamonds, release a new, genre-defying album, we ask the super-producer to guide us through his process for recording our instrument…

The Genius Of… No Code by Pearl Jam

By 1996 grunge was waning, but instead of fading away Pearl Jam set about making No Code, and in doing so, found the secret to eternal life…
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