Charles Bradley has lived a life of suffering and pain but at 67, he’s still sharing the hard-won lessons he picked up along the way.
In the shadow of music meccas Seattle, Olympia and Portland, a new wave of all-inclusive, female-led punk is bursting out of small-town, blue-collar Tacoma.
Theatre company 2Magpies are no strangers to tackling controversial subjects, but their latest project - exploring music and torture at Guantanamo Bay - may well be their boldest performance yet.
Breakout star Gregory Porter explains how jazz and soul’s history of protest informed his new album, Take Me To The Alley.
Ahead of the release of his new EP, hip hop artist Dizraeli shares stories from his travels and the influences to his new stripped-back sound.
Texan multi-instrumentalist, composer and songwriter Emily Wells shares the influences and inspirations behind new album Promise.
The creative director of J Dilla’s Estate on the Detroit’s producer last unreleased record, maintaining his legacy and the version of Donuts you’ve never heard.
After spending years living off borrowed cash, Katayoon Yousef started Horses Records so that she could have a home for life, building a following of loyal customers in the process.
A natural affinity for music and clobber gave northern soul boy Ewen Spencer access to the most exclusive of British subcultures.
Thanks to people like Banquet Records co-founders Jon Tolley and Mike Smith, record shops still exist in the age of music streaming.
Musicians can get remarkably creative when it comes to fighting off accusations of thievery. Ahead of Led Zeppelin's trial for copyright impingement next month, this is a song-by-song illustration of the loopholes that can make or break artists.
Two decades after genocide, Rwanda has risen from the ashes to become a thriving arts and tech hub.