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Compare her 2014 album I Will Not Be Afraid to her latest, LONER, and you'll find that this singer-songwriter has arrived.
Parents Ali Dilworth and Jaron Olevsky tuned out the beeping sounds of the hospital with music by Stevie Wonder, Emily King, Ethan Gruska and more.
What happens when a collaborator of the Misfits and the Ramones meets a guy known for mad music and crazy comedy? A new album called Dr. Demento Covered in Punk.
On his debut album for Jack White's Third Man Records, Mr. Jukebox, Hedley infuses his classic arrangements with deep personal feeling; his songs feel likes confidences, not costume dramas.
With a list of debut albums from Kate Bush, The Cars, Devo, Dire Straits, The B-52's, The Police, Buzzcocks, Van Halen and more, '78 has huge ground to stand on.
Enjoy an early preview of stories from Lory's new book, Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah to Last Goodbye, coming May 29, the anniversary of Buckley's death.
Exploring themes of death and dying, sleep and insomnia, Alejando Rose-Garcia performs songs from his latest album, Can't Wake Up.
Bringing the high jumps and sheer vocal prowess to his latest album Encore, East performs new songs and speaks of working with Dave Cobb, Avicii and more.
The revered jazz pianist shares stories about working with Miles Davis and watching Thelonious Monk perform while we try to wrap our heads around the breakneck pace of his creative life.
A studio performance of songs from the indie outfit's most focused and aggressive album in years, What a Time to Be Alive.
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