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"I'm not trying to recreate anything completely from the past," explains musician Jesse Jo Stark, "but if I'm looking up some inspiration, it'd probably be Cher from the '70s."
There are many ways to become a band, as South London four-piece Inheaven proved some three years ago.
Pauline Skott has come a long way from the forests of rural Dalarna, Sweden where she once played her fiddle, but her hometown remains at the core of her music.
Ah, the early-'00s, a time when the top-charting musical releases included gems like Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious" and Sisqó's "The Thong Song."
For the Iranian-Dutch singer-songwriter, boundaries in her life and art are meant to be broken.
It's about that time in the workweek where we mutter "morning, again" as our A.M. alarms sound, but at least today we can begin with a new song from Elisa, one that suggests she feels the same way.
Lookman Adekunle Salami, who performs under the abbreviated name L.A. Salami, is a philosopher of sorts.
For Alex Stewart, who creates music under the moniker ACES, medium is no barrier.
Umm, a new Los Angeles-based band, formed—as one might expect given its name—inadvertently. Umm, a new Los Angeles-based band, formed—as one might expect given its name—inadvertently.
The best art books of the month, from James Baldwin to Nicolas Jaar to a documentation of Deep Springs College.… https://t.co/QWhKifdDyY