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​The Boston-based musician and performer tinkers with experimental production techniques, ponders art made by difficult individuals, and embraces the world of ASMR on her latest album.

​On his third solo record, the former Dead Confederate frontman adds a hazy psychedelia into his country-infused garage rock.

​Brass and percussion instruments sneakily dominated the ears of our classical reviewers in April, who covered the work of some recent Grammy winners, along with new concertos and exuberant fanfares.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted keyboardist and songwriter discusses his early days, his place in Journey, and the universal power of the accordion. Also, stream The Songs You Leave Behind, a companion album to his recent autobiography.

​The definitive horn-driven funk band celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new collection of songs.

On the heels of the release of his new Netflix special, Warn Your Relatives, and a fresh wave of conversation around his documentary, The Problem With Apu, the comedian and former college radio DJ takes a breather to talk music.

​The piano-playing, high-energy singer talks about stripping back the artifice on Dirty Pictures, Pt. 2, the agony of playing at frat parties, and how working on his songs can take him back in time.

​The prolific Norwegian musician discusses his ever-expanding palette, why he’s still happy to make music using many of the same elements as Emperor, and his favorite ABBA song.

​The New Orleans-based singer-songwriter combines blues, rock and more into an easygoing blend on his latest album.

​Jonathon Linaberry keeps things ragged and rootsy on his third album as The Bones of J.R. Jones.

​The frontman of the Jacksonville-based rock band explains the ideas behind its latest album, a concept record about avoiding the automated, impersonal nature of the modern age

​Brass and percussion instruments sneakily dominated the ears of our classical reviewers in April, who covered the work of some recent Grammy winners, along with new concertos and exuberant fanfares.

​The guitarist and songwriter explains his collaboration with singer Maynard James Keenan on the band’s first original album since 2003, which involved setting aside his guitar in favor of a more keyboard-based, atmospheric sound.

The California-based folk-pop artist shares a track from his first full-length LP in five years, Santa Rosa Fangs.

​The veteran songwriter explains why he felt it was time to throw caution to the wind on his latest, Love in the Modern Age, shares his thoughts on returning to America after living in Spain for more than a decade, and tells his painful story of meeting Robert Plant.

​The husband and wife duo waste no time with a quick, punchy track from the band’s upcoming album, Love in Wartime.

​The soulful singer delivers a downcast take on the Madonna classic “Like a Virgin,” bolstered by a synthesizer solo from acclaimed funk musician DâM FunK.

On Construction Time & Demolition, the ​melodic pop rock wizard delivers another set of catchy, well-observed songs about the passing of time.

​Our editors share their thoughts on the best classical releases from March, featuring compositions spanning from the Renaissance period to the Baroque to the Romantic era to modern times.

​The prolific songwriter outlines her journey from bedroom recordings to Sup Pop Records, the experience of revisiting songs she wrote when she was 16, and how she’s learned to love famously inaccessible musicians.