What if the season is not jolly?
With a terrific lead performance by Riz Ahmed, the film “Sound of Metal” bridges the deaf and hearing worlds.
Hrishikesh Hirway talks to Hyperallergic about turning his podcast Song Exploder into a series for Netflix.
Murray came of age at a time when brutal circumstances coincided with buoyant Modernity.
An organ recital of a piece by the composer began in 2001 and will run until 2640. This weekend, listeners gathered to hear its 14th chord change.
Under quarantine, everyone from Justin Bieber to Dua Lipa has had to adjust to conveying intimacy to online audiences.
Known for his songs for The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, Ashman deserves a documentary passionate enough to match his legacy.
With venues shuttered in the wake of the COVID-19 “coronavirus” outbreak, China’s indie musicians are live-streaming shows and organizing “bedroom” festivals.
The singer has defied critics and graduated summa cum laude from the pop pantheon into the hall of legends. Her latest album proves she deserves the respect of legends like Joni Mitchell and Carole King.
Like its subject, the documentary Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice builds on familiar elements to make something new and beautiful.
Two new documentaries, The Gospel of Eureka and Gay Chorus Deep South, explore Southern queerness and faith in drastically different ways.
The director’s new documentary, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, is practically a mockumentary — playing fast and loose with facts to highlight the musician’s penchant for fascinating contradictions.