In a world full of uncertainty, sometimes music can help to soothe our worried minds. With her undeniable talent, soulful voice, and warmth, Alicia Keys is one artist who has the ability to make us feel at ease. She recently recorded a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR Music, and it’s exactly what we need to hear during these trying times. Keys recorded the session in February, just weeks before the global pandemic took hold.
Barcelona’s opera house has celebrated its reopening to the public since the coronavirus pandemic put the world at a standstill,...
You’ve likely heard acoustic versions of your favorite tunes, but have you ever heard cover songs remixed to sound as...
While out jogging one day, German musician and sculptor Armin Küpper came across a set of huge gas pipes. Intrigued, he decided to sing and yell into them and—much to his delight—he discovered the natural sound effects they create. He later returned with his saxophone to play into the long metal voids, allowing the natural delay and reverb to accompany him in perfect pitch.
Kenyan musician Muthoni Drummer Queen is a cultural alchemist.
Google is known for honoring anniversaries, people, and events with their illustrated Google Doodles.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has forced many of us indoors, artists around the world continue to find new outlets for their creativity. YouTuber Wes Tank used his extra time to rap Dr. Seuss rhymes over Dr. Dre beats in a surprisingly perfect musical mashup. His video of Fox in Sox has gone viral as a must-see interpretation of the classic children’s books.
Musicians often join forces to perform in benefit concerts, but Global Citizen‘s One World: Together at Home was certainly a benefit concert...
The world lost a music icon on March 30, 2020.
For many, Easter 2020 was quite different than they were used to. Instead of gathering for a large meal with extended family, people stayed in with those they lived with and had virtual gatherings online to follow social distancing guidelines. While it’s a strange time, art has a way of sending a message of hope.
Organizations are getting creative as they are forced to shutter their doors in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many of us are alone during coronavirus lockdowns, but that doesn’t mean we have to be lonely.