David Huckfelt (The Pines) on solitude, wildnerness, and his time as Artist-In-Residence at the remote Isle Royale National Park.
Robbie Fulks delves into how Shania’s impeccable pop-country sound came to be.
“I had given everything to it, to this, and now, well, now I was making a call which started with the words ‘We don’t have an album.’”
The author of The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World wonders about finding quiet in a world of back-up alarms.
When it comes to music, do we really want to know how the metaphorical sausage gets made?
How the new album by a 73-year-old extended-technique avant-garde violinist inspired a creative breakthrough for a twentysomething rock guitarist.
A couple of months ago I got an email from a friend who, like I do, spends a good deal of his time recording and mixing music. The e-mail read...
Josephine Foster's Blood Rushing was recorded in the Colorado mountains, high up in the gold-green air — recorded as a band playing together...