A palaeontologist that made crucial discoveries, and a composer of true merit. Sadly, these women were lost to history. No longer.
Despite the popularity of streaming apps, the reality is that those who created the music see very little of the money.
America is a country fast reaching divisive apathy, however, Hanif Abdurraqib points to another way to heal, as they have before, through the power of music.
We’re all familiar with the big (big) band leaders, but for every Glenn Miller or Duke Ellington is a female name lost to history. Today we right wrongs, and salute the big women of big band.
Trump’s not happy, the music world was punched in the black hole sun and there was some good news for Julian Assange.
We spoke to Alon Ilsar, the genius mind pioneering new drumming technology that forgoes the traditional drum kit for the air around us.
We’re all familiar with pa, but his kids (all ten of them) didn’t do too badly in their own right. Strap in, because we’re bringing sexy Bach.
Christmas is a time for giving, and as far as Jordan King-Lacroix is concerned, it’s a time to give the marginalised a helping hand. Those poor Christmas musicians.
Further proof that musicians are unusual beasts, recent research has shown that by learning to read music, the artistic types among us may be “tuning” what they see.
In her latest #artistinterview, Juliette Furio chats with Liam Gale of Liam Gale and the Ponytails, discovering what’s next for the man and the band, and learns about things bluesy, expressive, and human.
The Hague may be the Netherlands seat of government but the 365 docobites crew found it far from stuffy – in fact via Carla, it was music to their ears…
In the next instalment of his series on music, Josh Shipton takes you on the ride of a night in the life of a musician – ie himself.