We invited five modern players for a roundtable discussion about their history, approach, and relationship with the pedal steel guitar.
From Space Invaders to Super Mario Odyssey, let’s take a look at video games across history that feature soundtracks shaped by adaptive music techniques.
Tainy, Lao Ra, Taiko, and Erick Bardales tell us about the role reggaeton has played throughout their personal and creative lives and how they see the genre evolving.
The members of End of the World dive into their beginnings, how they reinvented their creative process from their work as SEKAI NO OWARI, future aspirations, and more.
Learn about how artists, venues, and booking agencies have responded to the gradual return of live music, and what they hope to see change in the future.
We explore how the changes in production trends over the course of BTS’ notable releases tie into the larger landscape of popular music.
Let’s discuss all of the different elements that constitute the audio design of Mario Kart 8, and what makes each one so effective.
Learn about the stories of influential women who have been elevating and empowering others across the music industry since as early as the 1940s.
The founders of four non-profit organizations tell us about the importance of accessible music education and the profound impact it can have on communities.
Three producers tell us about how they became involved with the world of hyperpop, how they craft their sounds, the future of the genre, and more.
Three composers tell us about how they use samples when developing a score, how they collaborate with their clients, and more.
We spoke with the musicians, producers, and engineers behind Nothing, Cloakroom, DIIV, and Greet Death on the state of creating shoegaze records in 2020.