This summer, the first stop for many U.K. partiers will be a special tent where, without fear of arrest, they can get their illegal drugs tested for potency and makeup to prevent overdoses.
Obama commended the country’s prolific metal scene while speaking with European Nordic leaders. “Finland is making the weirdest heavy metal imaginable,” Decibel editor-in-chief Albert Mudrian says.
Meklit Hadero was born in Ethiopia and raised in the U.S. She’s a folk-jazz artist who’s been likened to Joni Mitchell. And she brings East African musicians together to share their beats.
Over the next month, TV announcers will guide World Cup viewers through the soccer world. But if you’re more interested in the sounds of host country Brazil, Alt.Latino has you covered.
Maria Von Trapp, the last of the seven-member Trapp Family Singers that inspired the play and film, died on Tuesday at her home in Vermont.
Trinidadian musician Bunji Garlin’s songs might be the sound track for Carnival this March, but what’s he listening to at home? Garlin tells us what’s playing in his ear.
Mohamed Abdi Farah’s life and career changed when he was caught in a national calamity in 2011. Now, he hopes to become his country’s representative in Eurovision, the Europe-wide singing competition.
Maria Rita may be the daughter of Ellis Regina, one of Brazil’s greatest singers, but she’s also a star in her own right. Host Michel Martin speaks to Rita about finding her own voice in the music world.