Crosby could be overbearing and convinced of his own brilliance – but despite the ups and downs of his time with the Byrds and CSNY, he was always proven right
The rapper’s excursion into architecture is taking shape in California with Star Wars-inspired dome-like structures
Social media bombardment saw K-pop fans commandeer rightwing and pro-Donald Trump hashtags including #WhiteLivesMatter
Artificial intelligence is being used to create new songs seemingly performed by Frank Sinatra and other dead stars. ‘Deepfakes’ are cute tricks – but they could change pop for ever
As fans puzzle out the epic Murder Most Foul, we count down the best of Bob, from the fury of Pay in Blood to the pure genius of Simple Twist of Fate
The chart success of first Kate Bush and now Metallica thanks to ‘syncs’ in Stranger Things shows how TV shows and TikTok are increasingly crucial for heritage acts
The Guardian has talked to 25 figures from the music world ahead of publication of a parliamentary report
In an effective new documentary, the difficult life of a pop star is examined from family struggles to the toll of being at the mercy of the media
The past decade has seen a boom in ‘confidence culture’. But behind all the positive thinking, are more cynical forces are at work?
«Tulshyan and Jodi-Ann Burey argued in a widely shared Harvard Business Review article called “Stop Telling Women They Have impostor Syndrome”,»
Audio diaries including previously unheard material tell of the jazz giant’s anger over the prejudice he faced
Former streaming service subscribers on why they have ditched mod cons for MP3s, CDs and other DIY music formats
Musicians from Bob Geldof to Robbie Williams and Lisa Maffia reveal what they did – and how they felt – after the hits dried up and the crowds vanished
In October 2001, the music industry was riven by piracy and had no idea how to solve it. Enter Steve Jobs, whose new device created a digital music market – and made Apple into a titan
«“I don’t know how you describe something as the perfect product,” says Berman looking back at the iPod’s impact, “but it pretty much filled that description at that time.”»
It would have been unimaginable in our 20s, but these days more and more friends are disengaging from a passion we once shared. Surely this is premature?
The hugely influential Motown songwriter and one third of Holland-Dozier-Holland, who has died aged 81, wrote for the likes of Diana Ross, the Four Tops and Chairmen of the Board
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