A New Mexico composer has begun performing a song about the forced removal of Navajo people from their homelands. It will last four-and-a-half years, with long silences between single notes.
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Jennifer Lopez's latest film is a direct-to-streaming musical extravaganza called This Is Me...Now. It's a self-financed love story inspired by her own that is at once camp, and classically J.Lo.
Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein formed Sleater-Kinney in Olympia 30 years ago, and are still going strong. Their new album is Little Rope, but can they answer our questions about knitting?
An Oklahoma country station made news this week when it briefly refused to play a Beyoncé song. It's a resonant tale for the Black and women musicians who have tried to crack the format for decades.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with David Macklovitch and Patrick Gemayel of Chromeo about their new album, "Adult Contemporary," and navigating modern love.
Keith's death shined a new spotlight on his music, particularly political anthem "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue," best known for its lyric: "We'll put a boot in your ass, it's the American way."
DJ Edward Sturgis, known as Eddie Cheeba, died earlier this week. He was part of a DJ trio in the 1970s that's credited with laying the foundation for recorded hip-hop.
From dronescape to harsh noise wall, video creator Jacob Beardsley is on a quest to listen to every music genre out there.