Here’s our rundown of eight of the most exciting new artistic voices in American jazz music in 2021. Enjoy!
Tag: music history
Listening back to David Bowie’s 1977 albums “Low” and “Heroes” gives both producers and songwriters ideas of how to experiment in the studio.
We invited master French ondist Christine Ott to talk about her beloved instrument through 7 of her favorite pieces written for it.
Honoring the great 19th century French symphonic composer who still to this day, hasn’t gotten her fair share of acclaim.
In this Guest OpEd, we explore the plethora of ways Chuck Berry tackled race and societal issues with humor and relatability in his lyrics.
In this lesson, courtesy of Soundfly’s The Music of Boy Bands, author Maria Sherman reveals the history and origin of the “boy band” sound.
Learn about the history and legacy of Hip-Hop turntablism and record scratching with these 10 essential cuts.
Thoughts on Lorde’s new single, a familiar ’50s rock groove, and the hyper-litigious state of the music industry’s copyright law.
What’s the world’s oldest song ever written? And where did it come from? Learn as much as the archeologists know here.
A personal OpEd on one of Sonny Rollins’ most classic melodies, and a reframed way to improvise within blues-infused modern jazz.