Music Features

The banjo is back—and according to one of its foremost advocates, Bill Evans, that’s not all Mumford & Sons
A rock star before rock stars were invented, Jack London committed to the idea of living fast and dying relatively young.
Iva Bittová doesn’t always make sense, and she’s fine with that.
A devastating breakup gave L.A. Witch singer-guitarist Sade Sanchez plenty of material for the band’s songs
As writers’ settings go, the inside of a New York City holding cell isn’t as ideal as a streetside café in Paris.
There’s a case to be made that Helms Alee’s third and latest album, Sleepwalking Sailors, might not be the best calling card for singer-guitarist Ben Verellen.
After years of resenting each other, Death From Above 1979’s Jesse F. Keeler and Sebastien Grainger returned in triumph.
The success of Joseph meant different things to the Closner sisters. For Meegan, it was a validation of a career move she never thought she’d make.
The cello isn’t usually associated with Celtic music, but in Scottish music it was for long the instrument of choice to play with the hugely popular violin.