Record Machine: “Can’t Be Sure” by The Sundays

Released through famed indie label Rough Trade Records, The Sundays’ first single, “Can’t Be Sure,” is an great snapshot of the band at their most Smiths and Bunnymen-esque. Let us travel back to 1989 England, shall we?

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Record Machine: Joy Division, The Peel Sessions

Recorded in 1979 and re-released as a full album in 1990, Joy Division’s session with legendary producer and BBC Radio 1 presenter John Peel is a haunting, transcendent collection of songs.

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P-Mag Nostalgia Project: 1990 with Hillary

Welcome to the ’90s! My fashion and musical preferences are still stuck in the ’90s, so I’m excited that I get to ring in the decade. Bring on the plaid flannels and alternative rockers! Read More P-Mag Nostalgia Project: 1990 with Hillary

30 Years of Music: 1990

Like many years that begin a decade, 1990 straddles what we typically associate with ’80s and ’90s music. We’ve still got big hair and basic performance videos, but there are hints at what is to come. Put on your black turtleneck, fluff that hair, and let’s get to it.

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