The songwriter's grungy dream-pop sound and sweet, sincere voice are perfectly suited to the Tiny Desk.
The singer-songwriter's fifth album is an ecosystem of intimacy, in its power to redeem and to destroy.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Dawnlands: A Novel, Addams Family Values, Wind of Change and Turnstile.
It's "a very sensual instrument," the parody artists insists. A new over-the-top "biopic" tells the story of Yankovic's life — sort of.
Costa's voice was a key part of the sound that combined Brazilian pop music, psychedelic rock and the avant-garde in the late 1960s.
Parker's crystalline vocals and spare percussion gave Low's sound a grounding force and a leavening agent all at once. She died Saturday, but her voice is eternal.
The vocalist and drummer for the hauntingly minimalist rock band Low died on Saturday. She had been living with ovarian cancer.
Despite being a band rooted in California rock tradition, the local embrace of Fanny in Kansas City, Mo. speaks to how the band's ethos transcends geography.
With her self-assuredness on full display, King Princess performs three stripped-down songs that mix love, lust and playful self-deprecation.
The iconic rock 'n' roll pioneer and last living member of the "Million-Dollar Quartet" — whose meteoric rise collapsed almost as quickly as he ascended, thanks to scandal — has died at age 87.
The veteran rock star speaks with Morning Edition about his new memoir, Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story — and in particular, his deep-rooted spirituality.
In this session, we talk to Lee Loughnane and Robert Lamm from the road about their new album, film and the stories behind some of their biggest hits — plus, they share live performances.
In Goodman's songs, music is a route to both survival and transcendence. Watch her perform three powerful tracks that confront grief and stump for understanding.
In this mini-concert, Angel Olsen performs songs from her latest album, Big Time, recorded live at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, Calif.
Blink-182 announced new tour dates and music, with Tom DeLonge rejoining Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker for the first time since 2015.