On the elusive yet clearly existential sadness that adds layers and textures to music.
For their ninth studio album, acclaimed Malian duo Amadou & Miriam integrate synths into their sound while displaying an overt love of Pink Floyd.
In which Zeshan Bagewadi expresses his love for his family, soul music, his city of Chicago, and assless chaps.
Armin van Buuren discusses his 20-year DJ career ahead of his Electric Zoo set.
The Grammy-nominated soundscaper Cornelius is back with his first new non-soundtrack solo record in over a decade, and has stories of crazy fans and Spotifying with kids to go with it.
John Abercrombie changed jazz guitar for good with his first record, Timeless and then he kept getting better.
In this introductory episode of the PopMatters Progcast, we explore the context and impact of Steven Wilson's best studio albums to date, including both solo works and collaborative creations.
"I wouldn't say I'm too caught up on maturing: I mean I play in a rock band for god's sake."
John Mayer wants to sell out and still retain his street cred, a foolhardy goal that you must at least credit him for trying.
Adam Johnston of An Unkindness wrote a song at 17 years old and posted it online. Two years later, magic happened.