When things are out of your control, sometimes a simple distinction—like "right note" vs. "wrong note"—is all you need to feel sane again.
Before the lightning, Tony Cicoria barely even listened to music.
The composer's recently reissued record is a spoken piece about philosophical abstractions with jokes about jerking off. There's still little else like it.
Miller recorded a pared-down version of "Dunno" from 'Swimming' and a cover of Billy Preston's "Nothing from Nothing."
The composer and pianist, now touring in Oneohtrix Point Never's band, has a new album of more free-flowing improvisatory music called 'Ultraviolet.' It feels both personal and infinite.
The latest video in the Noisey Acoustics series has the art pop artist sat a at a piano in the middle of Boston, playing the melodramatic standout from last year's 'Okovi.'
Mr. Good Guy plays the piano, the piano doesn't play him.
It's the first single from a new album of solo recordings, ‘Piano & a Microphone 1983,′ to be released by the late singer's estate on September 21.
The WWE star is practically the size of a baby grand piano.
Stripped-down renditions are where her talents really shine.
He described it as a "random acoustic version."