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.
Dive into the story and legacy of Sun Ra, a composer, bandleader, instrumentalist, and poet whose influence is felt to this day.
Indie label heads and artists share how they’ve developed their visual identities through music videos.
There’s no such thing as K-pop – it’s just pop music created by Korean people.
Learn about how Wendy Carlos helped bring synthesizers into the mainstream and pioneered the evolution of the instrument.
Explore the gay and predominantly Black venues where house, garage, and Jersey club music were born.
A handful of artists (TRAKGIRL, KARRA, and others) honor the individuals who’ve had the biggest impact on their careers.
KARRA tells us about discovering her vocals on Bring Me The Horizon’s “in the dark,” her approach to creating samples, and more.