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I’m not a trained musician, but my grandma helped me to become fearless...
“I'd always wanted my music to sound this way, I just didn't have the means before.”
All around me were strangers. All around me were friends. A dark glittering sea of fists. What a terrible, wonderful thing, to be welcomed into this fellowship at last.
Dessa discusses her recently released album, Chime, where she stands on the intersection of poetry and performance, and self-care for busy artists.
A retrospective exhibition of Bowie's life and work makes its final stop in Brooklyn!
"Amezcua’s synths and Sanchez’s vocals craft the perfect soundtrack to get lost in..."
Allyson McCabe talks with Ron Padgett about his new book, Cover Me, and the blog that inspired it, giving us a fascinating window into the craft and business of making music.
"[T]here was an unspoken feeling of urgency, and a sense that a big change was coming for all of us, and I think we all tried to channel that into the work."
A wrecking ball pulled to the top of its arc has as much potential energy as the work enacted against gravity to lift it that high—at that point, it is still, but it has been given meaning.
Canadian musician Bruce Cockburn discusses his new album, Bone on Bone, songwriting, and the benefits of not selling out.
[T]he one thing I wake up next to, that I couldn’t imagine living without, isn’t an object at all. It’s a dog.
"The past is in your blood, it’s about genetics, it’s about love, your heart."
"ALL MELODY was imagined to be so many things over time and it has been a whole lot, but never exactly what I planned it to be."
Photos carry our memories, and in their own unique way our cameras do, too.
Four years and a new President of the United States since last releasing new music, Merrill Garbus, aka tUnE-yArDs, is back with I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life. tUnE-yArDs’s fourth studio album, out now from 4AD, is also the first to be created in close collaboration with Nate Brenner, Garbus’s longtime artistic partner.
Guitar music is alive and well in South London.
Allyson McCabe talks with Michael Hearst, a founding member of One Ring Zero, about how he got his start in music and writing, and what he's been working on recently.
It seems like it’s the point of this piece to draw attention to the fact that these instruments are wounded; it shouldn’t be something that tries to hide it.
Bieber is like a prism that reflects back whatever you want to see.
Music freed me up in a lot of ways, including helping me to develop a sense of style.