Justin Bieber will no longer own the rights to music he created before 2022 – a legal expert explains why he made the decision, and why he may go …
How Bob Dylan Used the Ancient Practice of ‘Imitatio’ to Craft Some of the Most Original Songs of His Time
Because Dylan draws from songs from the past, he has been accused of plagiarism. But this view has been colored by a distorted understanding of the creative process.
More Than a Piece of Furniture: It Is Sometimes as if These Old Pianos Have Souls
It tugs at the heartstrings to see an instrument that has weathered over a century of faithful service get carted to the tip, or “piano heaven” as insiders say.
Sing Your Depression Out With Lauv
An ode to Lauv and his music as a medium to create mental health awareness.
Beatles ‘Get Back’ Documentary Reveals How Creativity Doesn’t Happen on Its Own
Paul McCartney appears to compose the smash hit ‘Get Back’ from thin air in a clip from the Beatles documentary of the same name – but experts propose at …
A poem on the inequality of ideas and different perceptions about art.
In College, KK Sang Only Western Music, But Then Began to Appreciate Indian Music Too
The Indie Pop era gave us timeless melodies that we can recall even today, and when KK released his first album, 'Pal', in 1999, it was like a breath …
Pussy Riot Back on Tour After Singer Escapes Russia in Disguise
Placed under house arrest by Russian authorities, Maria Alyokhina dressed as a food delivery service employee to make her escape.
Rosalía: Raising Reggaeton’s ‘Global Cachet’ or Robbing It of Its Roots?
Spanish musicians are increasingly producing reggaeton music while ignoring the colonial history of Spain and South America and also erasing its Black roots in the process.