With the ascension of hip-hop, brand references became a shorthand for aspiration and status in popular music.
Atlanta residents took to the streets in an anti-racist solidarity march in response to last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. While marching, they decided to keep up the energy with a little Luda.
Because a true best friend is worthy of an original piano composition too.
Listen to the man who convinced you the founding fathers are dope.
We could literally listen to this artist, Bigman, beatbox all day.
The gated reverb drums that dominated the music of the '80s actually started with a mishap that happened during a Genesis recording session.
Flutist Jack Landstreet spices up the opening of our favorite HBO fantasy show.
What it’s like to be a grown-up and love a boy band online.
What better way to celebrate the age of Aquarius than to take off all your clothes and run through the streets of LA with Broadway's most famous face?
They might not be the first, but the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra is New York's premier produce music ensemble.
When the rhythm takes you over, don't fight it.
He’s left the realm of popular entertainers and joined the ranks of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and to some, Jesus.
Billy Eichner asks Metallica hard-hitting questions like "are you guys yogurt people?" in Apple's new "Carpool Karaoke" series.
This has us wishing summer will never end.
You know those little pings and clangs that keep you awake at night? Well, when mixed and remixed they sound like an operatic space banger.
Synesthesia is a puzzling concept to learn about if you don't have it, because it involves imagining a completely new way to perceive stimuli. But synesthete musician Adam Neely does a solid job of laying it out in black and white.
Musician James Dalby is back at it again, this time nailing the angsty perfection that is Blink-182's "Dammit."
The TRAPPIST-1 system of exoplanets doesn't just have the potential to support life — it has some interesting musical implications too.
The Talking Heads frontman believes technology is driving a wedge between you and other humans.
Well, more like mothafrickin'... this was on network TV after all.
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