“Soundtrack to a Coup d'État” takes an impressionistic approach to the weaponization of American music during the Cold War.
We were seduced by the allure of corporate money and Jim wanted to smash a Buick to smithereens.
The definitive Halloween soundtrack (that doesn’t include “Monster Mash").
A memoir about Joni Mitchell, Vivian Gornick, and legacies of feminism.
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When you weren’t looking, the Residents changed your world.
An obituary for the great Ethiopian pianist and composer Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou.
The blues is America’s music — and who likes the “Star-Spangled Banner” anyway?
The Southern California desert event will be rescheduled to October. Meanwhile, death toll from coronavirus rises to 24 in Washington state.
Ken Burns' documentary "Country Music" and its book tie-in present country music with a naive affection that misses key American tensions.
Replete with queer imagery, the artist's new "emotion picture" offers a repudiation of racism and a celebration of progressive values.
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