- The Sounds of November 2017 - Listen to The National, Sampha, Run-D.M.C., Kesha, Harry Styles, and more!
- Kings of Rock? - Run-D.M.C. put themselves in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame before there even was one—and they weren’t a rock band.
- Quiet Storm Brewing - A smooth blend of R&B and jazz, “quiet storm” was all the rage in the ’70s, ’80, and ’90s.
- Influences: Kesha ⇠ Maybelle Carter - From modern pop to classic country in four songs.
- Young Listening Habits Revealed - When you want to hear recorded music, where do you go? If you’re anything like the average young person, the answer may not be so simple.
- A Record-Setting Tribute to “The D” - Songwriter Allee Willis—whose credits include Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September,” the theme to the TV sitcom Friends, and the Tony–winning musical The Color Purple—was tired of people putting down her hometown of Detroit, Mich. So she decided to do something about it.
- Light Reeding for Clarinet - Just because saxophones and clarinets are in the same family of reed instruments doesn’t mean you should use the same type of reeds for both.
Fleet Foxes, Best Music Schools 2018, Beyoncé’s “I Was Here,” modes of the major scale, Donovan, Halsey, Julia Michaels, the In Tune Listening List, and more!
- The Sounds of October 2017
- The Many Colors of Donovan
- Influences: Halsey ⇠ Link Wray
- Moving in Theriot
- Foxes Return to the Hunt
- Listening List: October 2017
- Best Music Schools 2018
- “I Was Here” for You
- Go Fourth (and Fifth)!
- Sticking to the Samba