Designed for Hi-Fi Living delves beyond the kitsch of midcentury album art to explore the aspirational lifestyles, and travel destinations, in its visuals.
The Crypt Sessions fill one of Manhattan’s overlooked spaces — the crypt at the Church of the Intercession — with unconventional classical music.
The Art of Sound: A Visual History for Audiophiles by Terry Burrows is an illustrated history of recorded sound, from gramophones to the rise of digital.
On Site Opera’s Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt in the dinosaur hall of the American Museum of Natural History explores the paleoart of Charles Knight.
The Sugar Hill Gang, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, and other hip-hop pioneers feature in the newly digitized material from Cornell University.
A 50-year-old floating performance space designed by architect Louis Kahn may be sent to a Louisiana shipyard for scrap at the end of this year’s tour.
Opened in the fall of 2016, the Music Box Village is a gathering of artist-created architectural instruments.
Online visitors can now access and navigate decades of folk recordings from around the world more easily.
When Robert Blackson learned about the broken instruments in Philadelphia’s public schools, he turned them into a creative opportunity: the Symphony for a Broken Orchestra.
Over 100 contributors to the project Waywords and Meansigns are setting James Joyce’s experimental 1930s book Finnegans Wake to music.
Europeana Radio is a new platform to access thousands of historic tracks from audio collections in European libraries, universities, and other institutions.
The best work of 2016 in the land of metal, noise, avant rock, out-there jazz, and in-there experimental.