In a virtual world of infinite sonic access, how can you define your own signature sound? Learn your own lessons from bands that celebrate their uniqueness.
Musical U interviews Diane Mozzone on her incredible decades-long music career, what she’s learned along the way, and how she continues to evolve musically.
The Strawbs’ founding member and principal songwriter Dave Cousins shares how music, lyrics, and the songwriting process have changed over the past decades.
With tweaks in instrumentals and arrangements, Mexican indie band Canvas breathes new life into Latin pop star Juan Gabriel’s iconic “Yo No Nací Para Amar”.
Audiation is a powerful musical skill that lets you imagine music in your head with rich, vivid detail, and relate it directly to notes on the page or music you hear in the real world.
By understanding the personalities of your band members and the roles they play, you can harness their individual talents to propel your band to success.
Why do some bands make it big and others fail? Find out what makes for a good band dynamic in this interview with Marc Sirdoreus of Claire and the Potatoes.
Learn the equipment and techniques which gave Claire and the Potatoes the distinctive throwback sound of their new album in this interview with Marc Sirdoreus.
Joining a musical jam session can be intimidating. Discover the tips and tricks that make it easy to succeed in this interview with jam pro Kim Alexander.
Jazz guitarist Stefan Hall moonlights as a classical composer. Also listen to his gypsy/modern jazz fusion and gem-like standards rescued from oblivion.
From the moment Charlotte Dupuis first heard tango music, she was in love. This love lead her to form the successful original tango band Nuevo Nocturna.