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.
Armed with a new level of confidence, the Birmingham band’s sixth album explores some new territory while holding onto to the band’s appreciation for emotional pop songcraft.
The singer/songwriter shares a “pole-dancing gospel song” from his upcoming album, Don’t Let the Devil Ride, which explores into the music that impacted him while growing up as the son of a preacher.
Choral and keyboard music were the dominant styles featured by our classical editors last month, including works by Roderick Williams, Kim Andre Arnesen, and Nicholas McCarthy.
The passionate soul screamer returns with his band for a powerful set of wild and enthusiastic tunes, again reminding listeners of the shared DNA between R&B and rock & roll.
The Brooklyn trio rebounds from tragedy with its third album, filled with upbeat anthems of perseverance and honoring the pursuit of passion.
The tenor saxophone master shares the first take of the title track from his timeless album Way Out West, available as part of a deluxe reissue of the landmark jazz recording.
To mark the release of his second album, Every Third Thought, the actor and musician spoke with us about gaining confidence as a singer, how his band members put up with some of his cheesier ideas, and what it’s like to have Marilyn Manson as a fan.
The veteran jam and roots rock band from Colorado will mark 25 years since its debut LP with a new album, Something Higher, due out in May.
Our classical editors kicked off 2018 by examining new collections of symphonic poems and harpsichord pieces, and exploring the hyper-specialized world of pre-Restoration verse anthems.
Bruno Mars swept the top categories at the 60th annual Grammy Awards, alongside strong showings from Kendrick Lamar, Chris Stapleton and Ed Sheeran, in an evening that saw the bulk of the trophies awarded to male artists.
The Kansas City-based trio delivers emphatic, ebullient rock in a melodic post-hardcore vein on the band’s upcoming LP.
The pedal steel guitar master also talks about his experience performing at the 2004 ceremony, if he’s superstitious about writing a thank-you list in advance, and his exacting specifications for chairs onstage.