Researchers tracked the evolution of U.S. pop music over the past 60 years using data analysis.
Nevermind the bollocks: Here's the real Kurt Cobain documentary.
After 25 years, with time out for solo projects, and a string of hits, the eclectic American outfit is mixing musical styles more than ever.
"The Wrecking Crew," a documentary about the studio musicians who played for Elvis, Sinatra, the Byrds and other bands, shines the spotlight on the price (and benefits) of obscurity.
The multitasking music machine takes one back in time to when dynamics, tone-color and stereo imagery were more important than portability and streaming.
While picking up an award the musician takes stock.
The Animal Collective member talks to Newsweek about death, reggae, and his bewilderingly brilliant fifth album 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper.'
If there were an Oscar for "Most Bewildering Rock Star Cameo," 'Wild' would be a lock.
The album is titled 'Black Messiah' and, according to D'Angelo himself, carries particularly timely political themes.
Taylor Swift's inevitable pivot from crossover country-pop to sheer radio pop has been nothing if not well-timed.
Twitter and the music industry: they're both struggling to figure out how to make (or maintain) a steady profit, but now they're teaming up in the process.