While many people haven’t heard of it, Estonia’s singing revolution was a fascinating tale of resistance prevailing over oppression.
Talented avant garde musician Diamanda Galas is back in the house, and turning heads with her latest albums.
In a departure from previous work, Hard Love explores the challenging aspects of being human in an intimate, powerful album.
Celebrating George Michael, the songwriter. Ten of his greatest songs.
Music writer Anna Hamilton rounds up 2016’s 13 best albums for your listening pleasure.
Regina Spektor’s ‘Remember Us to Life’ is the artist at her best, showcasing her dramatic creative and vocal range.
The Skeleton Tree takes on the heartwrenching aftermath of grief and what happens to those left behind after an unexpected devastating event. Though it’s a departure from past albums from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, it’s a must-listen.
Media coverage of Prince’s death lingers over the fact that he was taking opioid medications, but there’s no surprise there. They were being used to manage his chronic pain, and using his as a figurehead for the “opioid epidemic” hurts addicts and patients alike.
HOPELESSNESS is feminist pop for the apocalypse, a sharp, thoughtful commentary on culture, protest, and society.
What we lost when we lost Prince can’t quite be measured in words, but we’ll try.