With a dose of humility, a symbol of rock-music pretension becomes a humane, powerful thing.
Songwriting lessons from the King, as told by indie-rock singer Hamilton Leithauser
When people with no shared history make music together, it's both exhilarating and awkward.
Both fans and skeptics of Nashville need to hear her excellent new album, Platinum.
Finally, hip-hop for a 3D-printed, post-Snowden world.
The band’s sixth album is beautiful, soothing, and relentlessly uninspiring.
Why it's ok, maybe, to obsess over the scandalous video of Beyoncé's sister at the Met Gala
By condemning the pop star, both Bill O'Reilly and bell hooks profit off her body while ignoring her art.
On her first album since 2009, the English pop singer sounds more cynical than ever about making music.
The band's new album, streaming below, is a hilarious and hard-rocking look at how to survive two decades in rock.
Experimental pop with a sneakily feminist message
The track was originally a man's account of bedding women—until Cyndi Lauper transformed it into a rallying cry for sexual equality.
He was a musical genius and icon of authenticity, yes. But, as his new posthumous album shows, he was also a slick, shameless pop star.
Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus, dead at 50, defied the self-seriousness of heavy metal and of the mainstream alike.
From punk screamers to electronic pranksters, these acts justified their buzz—or sparked some.
Her vomit-soaked performance's message: Pop stars work hard, too.
Jennifer Lopez's new video tries to critique music videos' rampant objectification of women by getting guys to undress instead. Is she successful?
Three months after its release, it's clear that Beyoncé's latest album contains one of her most startling messages yet: Maybe she's wrong.
Kaki King talks about the successful Kickstarter campaign she launched to use the guitar like it's never been used before.
The British singer's ultimate '90s dance party works best when experienced as a whole.