The final weeks of summer brought us new music from two of the biggest names in dance music, the return of post-rock, and a remix of Black Box’s “Everybody Everybody.”
A certain someone hates the word “songstress.” What else should be abolished from music writing?
No “may” about it — these definitely were the best electronic jams we heard last month.
Say your favorite musician puts out a bad album: How loudly should you express your disappointment?
What does it mean to “sell out” in 2014? Is it possible? Does it even matter at this point?
All Songs Considered’s favorite electronic jams from February include a legit underground anthem, African field recordings, and yet another promising producer from Detroit.
You’re putting together a dance for teenagers. What kind of music best reflects their adolescence?
If you’re in Austin come mid-March, we’re asking for one song (via MP3) to represent your sound.
Recommended Dose is a round-up of some of the best new electronic dance songs, presented in a monthly mix. Our inaugural installment includes music from Disclosure, Detroit legends Theo Parrish and Moodymann and more.
A reader discovers Devendra Banhart eight albums into his career. Where’s a new fan supposed to begin?
A year of live concerts, by the numbers: 662 total shows featuring 549 bands playing in 139 venues in 21 cities. For the All Songs Considered host, it was a perfect year.
Often, great words are the secret ingredient in great songs: the emotion, the insight, the connection hidden beneath the surface. All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares the lyrics that caught his ear this year.