Pianist and composer Chad Lawson releases a double album recorded at Abbey Road, joined on some tracks by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, violinist Esther Yoo and cellist/composer Peter Gregson.
One of the world's greatest living composers, John Adams, has a new opera, and the prompter keeps Anthony and Cleopatra from flying off the rails.
Since the 1970s, the UK's punk, alternative and hip-hop artists have used music to share their feelings about the late monarch and what she represents.
On a standout from the soul-shoegaze band's first full-length in 24 years, guitar effects swirl around a psychedelic R&B groove that shimmers with beautiful bluster.
The group uses the beats of hip hop to inspire kids to create social change.
Some fans of the late singer have taken to social media to denounce the use of digital technology to make her sound older.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Chaka Khan, P-Valley, and more.
The new record label La Boîte à Pépites is dedicated to raising the profile of female composers whose works have been neglected.
One of pop music's main advocates of normalizing mental health issues, Lauv released a new album on Friday; it's called All 4 Nothing.
The Queen is back.
At the beginning of lockdown, the legendary funk bassist began posting uplifting messages to Instagram, where they found a receptive audience in drummer Adam Deitch of the band Lettuce.
On "Don't Worry," the members of the Nashville family band are earnestly playful architects of groove-powered pop uplift.