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.
Arnold Schwartzman's never-before-published images of the Fab Four may trigger a flood of memories in fans. They don't, however, have the same effect on Schwartzman.
Breezy guitars and airy vocals make a melancholy soundtrack fit for its titular actor
He put on a good concert, but without the flair that makes for a memorable Super Bowl show.
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The folk singer, who has died at 94, had one defining feature: selflessness.
A night of solid performances was capped by Macklemore and Madonna starring in other people's nuptials.
The awards show may be making up for its spotty, awkward history with electronic acts by showing Kraftwerk and Daft Punk some love.
A tropical dance track with new-wave traces of Cut Copy and The Cure
Transgender Dysphoria Blues, the ferocious new record from Against Me!, still sounds optimistic as its sings of suicide and struggles with identity.
Once considered glamorous and sexy, then forgotten, the instrument is making a comeback.
Tacking on a "legacy" phase to extend your career past its prime isn't unheard of in the music industry.
I could have written this item decades ago if my last name were Smith.
A recent history of the Beatles' BBC appearances points out an oft-forgotten fact: 50 years ago, most people didn't like them.
By forcing her label to bump up the release date for her debut, the rapper shows that music-industry newcomers can rebel against their record companies—and win.
A chat about what the pop star is up to on her brand-new "visual" release
A roundtable about the songs that defined, or should have defined, the year
Recorded four months before Kurt Cobain's death, Nirvana's MTV performance was intimate, awkward, and totally genius.
His lyrical filth used to come with a dose of musical innovation, but no longer.