Nate Chinen's treatise on the subject of jazz in the 21st century, Playing Changes, is erudite, passionate, and downright inspiring.
Małgorzata Szumowska reflects on writing and directing Mug, "a grotesque satire on the fairy tale", and how the filmmaking process evokes opposing emotions that shape her personality.
Between the Buried and Me vocalist Thomas Giles recently released a new solo album and in this video, he takes us through each track.
Even with few truly catchy numbers and a cumbersome plot, Mary Poppins Returns has enough bright-eyed optimism to almost escape the shadow of the toe-tapping original.
Jon Batiste, St. Vincent, Sara Watkins and Jim Gaffigan were Chris Thile's special guests at the last Live From Here show for the season.
Progressive rock titan Neal Morse releases a new album with his band in January, but you can get a preview now.
The year in song reflected the state of the world around us. Here are the 60 songs that spoke to us this year.
Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk is a thought-provoking tale of both love and injustice, and in working with Moonlight composer Nicholas Brittell, the two find compelling musical motifs from unexpected places.
Short Stories columnist Jenny Bhatt presents the finest of this year's short stories collections from a wide range of authors that have no fear of pushing the boundaries.
Juno-winning Canadian songwriter Dan Mangan's love of his influences and peers has lead him to craft something quite joyous: his list of Five Great Albums From Now-Defunct Bands.
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