For much of her more than 40 years at RCA, Ms. Gabriel was a producer, overseeing “Living Strings” and other profitable lines.
Once a year I record a brutally honest conversation for my little boy. Here’s why that’s psychologically healthy for both of us.
Looking for signs of a return to normal? Sitting back to enjoy a live-music performance might be a good place to start.
Through the 1-800 Happy Birthday Project, Mohammad Gorjestani invited callers to leave messages for Black and Latino people who died in encounters with law enforcement.
The Library of Congress has designated 25 recordings, from modern pop hits to one of the earliest recordings of an American voice, as “audio treasures worthy of preservation for all time.”
Many musicians aren’t sharing in streaming riches. Can digital music economics change to benefit everyone?
Scott Ross, who would have turned 70 this year, died young of AIDS — but not before recording all 555 Scarlatti sonatas.
For a decade, Senyawa has helped redefine how Indonesian music sounded. Now, the duo wants to revolutionize how it gets heard.
His equipment became the industry standard and influenced the sound of groups like Nirvana, Fleetwood Mac, the Grateful Dead, Santana, Chicago and the Who.
A sparkling new recording of the 1964 musical makes half the case for Stephen Sondheim’s endlessly inventive score.
The social network, which has a history of cloning its competitors, has started working on an audio chat product.
An executive with the respected label Harmonia Mundi, she shaped classical music careers and public tastes in turning out incomparable recordings from a French farmhouse.
Requiring that app makers list the data they collect reveals a lot about what some apps do with our information (ahem, WhatsApp) but creates confusion about others.
A 17-year-old from a small Georgia town built an audience as a rapper on TikTok and SoundCloud before pivoting to country music and inching his way into a notoriously cloistered industry.
Reissues and deluxe editions of albums by PJ Harvey, Lil Peep, Charles Mingus and others provide fresh looks at familiar works, and the creative processes that birthed them.
Our chief classical music critic writes in praise of going to a shelf, pulling out a recording and sitting down to listen.
Where do CDs go to die?
After writing hits for Elvis Presley and others, he became famous in his own right with songs like the No. 1 hit “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me.”
When the son of David Frost went looking for missing tapes of his father’s interview show, he found many of them in an unlikely place.
It depends who’s selling. As some artists release records that feel like footnotes to bigger businesses, others double down on their value.
The twins Tim and Fred Williams have wowed the internet with their YouTube reactions to vintage music. Why are generation-spanning videos like theirs so popular right now?
If we want to experience concerts again, we need to support the artists we love until the pandemic passes. Here’s how.
He chronicled the scene when it was new, then went on to mentor some of its most important early figures, including Kurtis Blow and Russell Simmons.
“Joining the ranks of every other clichéd gay in L.A.,” Fran Tirado is writing scripts and monitoring the platform’s L.G.B.T.Q. content.
“Missing Sounds of New York,” an album from the New York Public Library, recreates the everyday soundtrack many have been missing since March.
The Electric Recording Co. in London cuts albums the way they were made in the 1950s and ’60s — literally.
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