music

Inside the practice room with the SAC Concert Band

The metronome is set. click. click. click.  The tuba makes a bombastic entrance from the back of the room, and

Mom Jeans’ latest is a throwback to early ‘00s pop-punk

Just before guitarist and vocalist, Eric Butler could get through the first chorus, a youthful remembrance of getting kicked and

Photo of casettes in the studio

Here is your new Winter Break playlist

When it comes to music there are many styles to shape it in and there are many genres of music

Local record stores running strong amid pandemic

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit, most businesses were forced to shut down to help slow the spread. While record stores

Live Music In the Time of COVID

Without the obnoxious fans yelling, “I love you” every five seconds or the flash of cell phones going off, viewing

4 female Asian-American indie artists to listen to right now

Asian-American women are such a rarity in the music industry. I should know — I’m Asian-American myself and find it

Live from the living room: Musicians stream performances, unreleased content during COVID-19 pandemic

Festivals canceled. Tours postponed. Ticket holders refunded or awaiting rescheduled dates. This is the reality of live entertainment in the

#MUSEUMATHOME: COVID-19 Q&A with GRAMMY Museum President Michael Sticka

In a time void of live entertainment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the GRAMMY Museum is providing free

Brainstory Creates Psychedelic Experience for DTSA Audience

Growing up in the suburban sprawl of Rialto, Calif., brothers Kevin and Tony Martin didn’t have much to do —

New Music: Deep Bass and Wordplay on Frank Ocean’s ‘DHL’

Listening to Frank Ocean’s first original track in two years feels like glancing at an orange-yellow sunset in the rearview