"It's little a bit of a paradox, but we found was that as your brain gets smart, your head... gets dumb."
Not only did this Canadian policeman play along with the band instead of breaking up the party, he also offered up some heartwarming advice for the aspiring rockers — never let the haters stop you.
Who knew that a pepper could work well as a pick and give you nice snare sounds? We certainly didn't.
Billy McFarland wanted to create a luxurious music getaway in the Bahamas. It turned into a washout, with lawsuits and a federal investigation.
Yes, Lorde really did offer to babysit this guy's cute kids. In all seriousness, New Zealand's pop queen really doesn't need the nine bucks an hour.
One or two features on the track? That's fine. Three or four? Okay, that might be too many emcees. Even more? Well, now you're just doing this sketch for real.
Pictured above is "Laura Palmer's Theme" by Angelo Badalamenti, written with David Lynch at his side, in MIDI piano roll notation. Without knowing it, Lynch and Badalamenti made MIDI art before the internet made it cool.
As far as rock vocals go, Chris Cornell's voice was something seriously special.
Ineffectual messaging isn’t a crime in the court of public opinion, but when wokeness is your stated aim, thoughtlessness is the result.
Lennon swallowed the wrong pill the night he was supposed to record backing harmonies for the song. Weirdness — and male bonding — ensued.
"In order to achieve that 'dreamlike' quality that the film has, the audience shouldn't be able to identify where the music ends and the world begins."
Céline Dion never wanted to sing “My Heart Will Go On.” Actually, she hated it.
Harry caps off his stint co-hosting "The Late Late Show" covering fan favorites and swapping fabulous outfits with James.
There's a strange historical connection between the goths you went to high school with and the barbarians who ruled over Europe many centuries ago.
We're going to be honest here — we don't really get Musical.ly, the smash hit app that teens use to make lip sync videos for popular songs. But this video created by user @isaiahxavier10 is some next-level stuff.
The iconic frontman of Soundgarden and Audioslave died suddenly yesterday after a concert with Soundgarden in Detroit.
Using math to create thousands of new musical instruments.
Everyone hums a jingle under their breath every now and again, but these two take it too far.
For a PBS documentary, contemporary artists recorded music on a re-assembled 1920s lathe.
When there were only one or two mumblecore rappers in the game, we could handle it, but now that hip-hop is dominated by straight gibberish, it's time someone finally said something.
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