The launch of new immersive feature 'Angels in Electronica' investigates an important topic in music and emphasises Macho Zapp's unique role in today's music press.
What is it like to photograph some of the legends of music? We interview acclaimed photographer Alec Byrne, who has snapped everyone from Jagger, to Hendrix, to the Beatles.
Can a piece of music or movie created for the purpose of marketing a product hold artistic value? Blake Parker looks to Samsung's washing machine film for an answer.
As Kickstarter begins pushing a new version of their funding platform called 'Drip', we ask how useful it might be for musicians.
South Carolina history Professor, Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff, examines how music spoke to both sides of a divided nation during Vietnam.
Why do independent music venues in the UK often seem to struggle?
Is there a reason why some people don't enjoy listening to music?
Eurostar and Sony have teamed up to offer travellers a new musical experience on their journeys...
A creative concept from Doritos explores the future possibilities of food and music...
In the aftermath of Record Store Day, Jacob Wulf looks into the recent popularity boom of records and whether it is good or bad for new music...