Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.
Last week's annual 'End of Days' music festival highlights how a new – and militant – hilltop generation embraces the counterculture symbols of the 1960s American Left.
One of Woodstock’s creators looks back on the festival’s 40th anniversary.
The pop star left $500 million in debt and plenty of assets, but his posthumous branding could ultimately determine his legacy.
Band-jumping leads to some bright, sometimes unorthodox, pairings.
A violinist with a stalled career tries to teach a gifted, troubled teen.
New vinyl to take for a spin, novelist Francine Prose at her best, a hundred hours of 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,' and more.
Orchestra Baobab, back together after 20 years; Toumani Diabate's new solo kora offering; the 'best of' Tabu Ley Rochereau; and more.