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Science Proves That Fetuses Really Like "Bohemian Rhapsody"

A Spanish study has shown that the music of Queen stimulates fetuses in the womb, along with regular infant favorites like Mozart and Bach. They don't care for Shakira, apparently.
Phil Witmer
6.22.18
Interviews

Alicia Keys Has a New Sense of Freedom and a New Song Called "In Common"

We talked to Alicia Keys about her upcoming album, why she's having the most fun she's ever had, and how her five-year-old son Egypt ended up producing a beat for Kendrick Lamar.
Kyle Kramer
5.4.16
Music

This Synth Lets Anyone Compose Just Like Bach

Meet Luisa Pereira’s Counterpointer, a synth that creates three-voice melodies according to the rules of counterpoint.
Gabrielle Bruney
3.13.16
Music

Revolutionary Recording Techniques Are Bringing Bach Back

One contemporary classical musician's electronic counterfeit of Bach's fugues.
Abby Ronner
1.18.16
Film

What Would Bach's Music Look Like in 1950s Neon?

Just don't call it "Bach to the future."
Beckett Mufson
5.20.15
Art

Human-Robot Choreography Marries Modern Dance and Machinery

Huang Yi and his robotic companion KUKA take the stage at the 3-Legged Dog Art and Technology Center.
Sami Emory
2.6.15
the worst things of all time

A Brief History of Incest in Popular Music

Kevin Gates is far from the first musician to admit to playing kissin' cousins.
Kim Kelly
1.30.15
Gear

Matthew Herbert's "20 Pianos" Features Electronic Modifications of 20 Legendary Keyboards

These aren't your parents pianos, but they are, in one case, John Lennon's.
DJ Pangburn
5.17.14
Music

Matthew Herbert's "20 Pianos" Features Electronic Modifications Of 20 Legendary Keyboards

For the Oxford Contemporary Music Festival, Herbert has updated even the ivories John Lennon used for "Imagine" is
DJ Pangburn
5.16.14
tech

Will a Pink Blob Be the Next Mozart?

Introducing Iamus, the organic-looking computer that's been taught the basics of music composition.
Caitlin Bruner
1.7.13