The British musician has had several brushes with death in her 74 years. But Covid-19 and its long-haul symptoms didn’t derail her latest project: a spoken-word tribute to the Romantic poets.
The rocker Meat Loaf’s interpretations of Mr. Steinman’s songs became one of the biggest-selling albums of all time.
Hear tracks by Andra Day, London Grammar, José González and others.
The Suicide singer died in 2016. Now his wife and musical partner, Liz Lamere, is releasing “Mutator,” an album the duo made in the mid-90s.
An archival release marks the technical debut of a band that helped build a scene, 44 years later.
The rising star and established icon who’ve discovered they have a lot in common.
Hear tracks by Doja Cat featuring SZA, Twenty One Pilots and Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi.
Keeping a promise from when her master recordings were sold, Swift has faithfully rerecorded her 2008 album. Our critics and reporters explore its sound, and purpose.
The politically minded, never-before-heard 2010 album will be the first complete project released from Prince’s storied vault.
The singer-songwriter explores the intersection of fame and ordinary family life in her new memoir, “Broken Horses.”
Hear tracks by Westside Gunn, Rosanne Cash, Dry Cleaning and others.
C. Tangana was a provocative star of trap music. Now, his songs are played in supermarkets and praised by 50- and 60-somethings on YouTube.
Sony Music Publishing has acquired his “complete collection” in the latest blockbuster transaction in the music publishing business.
Eight years after the shoegaze pioneers’ last album, the band is bringing its catalog to streaming services, reissuing records on vinyl and recording two new albums.
Jenn Wasner has tended to let thoughts rather than feelings guide her songwriting. For her second solo album, “Head of Roses,” she did the opposite.
An organizer said this Barcelona event, one of several planned in Europe, was “a small but important step toward normality.” The listeners there basked in being part of an audience again.
The song’s lyrics were found to violate the competition’s rules in what critics called an endorsement of President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko’s crackdown on antigovernment protests.
Hear tracks by Taylor Swift, Rod Wave, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Iggy Pop and others.
Jenna and Wesley search for the best part of the song.
The documentary about Tina Turner, who is now in her 80s, is not just a summing up of her life, but a kind of farewell.
The 20-year-old rapper and singer had one of the biggest hits of last year with “Mood,” and is easing into the life of a celebrity with the release of his debut album, “El Dorado.”
His sixth album, “Justice,” tries out several production styles, but never nails a mood.
The singer is opening up about her queerness, her near fatal overdose and her journey to living her truth. “I’m ready to feel like myself,” she said.
The singer made history, and Schiaparelli dressed her for it.
Here are the winners of the 63rd annual awards.
The mother-daughter duo won in the best music video category for “Brown Skin Girl,” which appears on the visual album “Black Is King.”
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
Hear tracks by Lucy Dacus, Jorja Smith, Charles Lloyd and the Marvels, and others.
Even the top team in the N.H.L. can benefit from the unabashed adoration of a pop superstar, with the league having much to gain.
“Folklore,” the album that earned five of Swift’s six Grammy nominations, is stocked with references to the specific, oft-denigrated insight of teenagers.
Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and more will face off Sunday. In this special “Diary of a Song” episode, critics for The New York Times break down the show’s premier category.
Nearly 20 episodes in, the making-of video series is popular with viewers and artists alike, thanks to a collaborative team’s approach to breaking down a hit.
Hear tracks by Drake featuring Rick Ross, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, Bebe Rexha and others.
The owner of Manny’s Music in Manhattan, he brought wah-wah to Hendrix and Clapton and connected musicians with equipment that helped define their styles.
The father’s lawyer shared his opinions on the conservatorship on CNN and NBC News recently, almost a month after a documentary examining the arrangement was released.
Altin Gun’s fans say the band does more for Turkey’s image than the government. No one seems to mind that it’s actually Dutch.
He was an architect of the over-the-top look known as “ghetto fabulous.” Later, unable to support his own lavish lifestyle, he fell from grace.
Hear tracks by Pop Smoke, Jade Bird, Adrian Younge and others.
A documentary captures the creation of Eilish’s multiple-Grammy-winning debut album, recorded at home but poised to go global.
The singer-songwriter and actress, 18, explains how she wrote her first-ever single — after a good cry, with TikTok in mind — before it took over the world.
See how the singer-songwriter and actress wrote her chart-topping first single — after a good cry and with TikTok in mind.
We can’t forget what made her the greatest.
We can’t forget what made her the greatest.
The Tennessee singer and songwriter’s third album upends assumptions and embraces new sonic elements.
The Los Angeles police said that two French bulldogs were taken Wednesday night and that a dog walker was critically injured. Lady Gaga is offering a reward for their safe return, a representative said.
The singer-songwriter gets candid about her new documentary, her dream first date and her perfume obsession.
For a decade, Senyawa has helped redefine how Indonesian music sounded. Now, the duo wants to revolutionize how it gets heard.
The enigmatic, influential French electronic-music duo released four albums and collected six Grammys throughout a career marked by a disinterest in fame.
Like the character he plays in “It’s a Sin,” the actor and singer struggled with being gay. Now, he tells the world everything.
Hear tracks by 24kGoldn, Amythyst Kiah, Lil Yachty and others.