Mark Heyer took 20 years of radio telescope data to create the composition.
The teenage activist apparently isn't impressed by Kanye West's recent behavior.
"Dance music is like a virus: it has affected so many different genres."
Four punk teens from Copenhagen formed Iceage a decade ago. Now they're growing up with an album of goth-rock fury.
Kurt Cobain died 24 years ago today. Revisit some of his best quotes.
A new documentary explores the role of Long Island's WLIR in introducing new wave music to American audiences.
Eight months since Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington died, Shinoda is channeling his grief into music.
Seeing live music increases feelings of well-being by 21 percent. That's good for your health, a researcher said.
"There’s nothing in Christianity that says I can’t be a rock star."
The pop star's latest video is suspiciously similar to two works by director Spike Jonze—a Kenzo commercial and Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice" video.
The singer has won five Grammy Awards—and that's enough for her.
For International Women's Day, the streaming platform announced the latest attempt to address gender disparity in the music industry.
The Richmond, Virginia, indie rocker is only 22, but 'Historian' is suffused with an awareness of mortality's grip.
We asked the world's foremost Anne Frank experts to weigh in on 'In the Aeroplane Over the Sea.' Their thoughts are... complicated.
The Norwegian band says it doesn't support Nazism. But venues and opening acts are pulling out after Taake was accused of white nationalist sympathies.
The NRA spokesperson once tweeted that the Canadian musician "sounds like a bloated cow farting and dying all at once." Dana, reconsider!
The band, which once displayed a swastika onstage, denies that it supports Nazi politics.
The song is called "Time Spent Looking At my Phone," and it is frighteningly real.
This year's Grammys overwhelmingly celebrated male musicians—and Lorde was blocked from performing solo.