Spooky sound effects haven't changed much since we first began rattling chains and crunching leaves.
Who created that gorgeous 20th-century creature, the rock star? Consider the gay image makers of the day, like Brian Epstein and Jann Wenner.
It was ballsy for him to choose "Under Pressure" from Queen as the song to play with the Foo Fighters, but we're happy to say that he performed well "under pressure."
The "Inertia Variations," a documentary by Johanna St Michaels, follows Matt Johnson of The The as he battles with feelings of disenchantment and writer's block.
The tributes for one of Canada's most celebrated and well-loved artists are pouring in this morning, but few may be as moving as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's public statement.
Gord Downie, the Tragically Hip frontman who united a diverse array of music lovers with his commanding stage presence and Canadiana-laced lyrics, has died.
The "Hamilton" creator speaks to the man who has consistently remade the American musical over his 60-year career — and who is trying to surprise us one more time.
Sure, it's mainly power chords. But Kurt Cobain's guitar work on the Nirvana classic "In Bloom" is hardly simple.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers owes much of its distinctive style to Flea and his basslines. Polyphonic explains what goes into his technique.
The queen of hip-hop has fought her way to the top of the music industry — and never made compromises.
In Lancaster, California, there's a musical road that supposed to play the William Tell Overture when you drive over it. And, well, it only kind of sort of does. Tom Scott explores what went wrong.
YouTuber AcousticTrench is back at it again, this time sitting on a patch of red and orange leaves with a friendly pooch by his side.
3 necks, 6 strings, 0 sense, infinite funk.
People like to bemoan repetition as a sign of pop music's lack of creativity, but the truth is repetition is an essential part of what makes music music.
Why does the sound of a bell alternate between loud and quiet instead of fading away?
Billy Murray ambushed the Ed Sullivan theater last night to shoot free t-shirts at Colbert's audience, dip tobacco "Swedish-style" and sip whiskey — because he's Bill mothafuckin' Murray.
A Beyoncé fan grapples with her infertility in the wake of the pop icon's experience with motherhood.
It's a pirate's life for us.
Rad is Hayley Williams' word, not ours. But that doesn't matter because whatever Hayley Williams says goes.
Ware's voice has instilled a devoted following and has made her a critical darling, and it's at the forefront of "Glasshouse," an album that contains her most compositionally ambitious tracks and revealing lyrics yet.
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