Master piano tuner Ulrich Gerhartz on the tool he couldn’t work without.
Molly Lewis, professional whistler.
“It would be hard pitching karaoke today, if it didn’t already exist.”
Film composer Emile Mosseri on the art of setting music to film.
The pop star reflects on the big feelings behind her biggest hits.
Five questions for an art-pop icon.
The ubiquity of second album syndrome.
DJ Hunee outlines his dance floor philosophy.
A superstar collaborator steps into the spotlight.
On dance, domesticity and the giants of modernism.
Scandipop's fresh face on stagecraft and The Sims.
The Turnstile frontman on hardcore's sweet side.
Musician Chan Marshall opens the door to a different dimension.
The boundless potential of being a master of none.
The shape shifting star of contemporary electronica.
Iranian artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat pays homage to the iconic Egyptian singer Oum Kulthum.
The band leader on his genre-busting year.
The artist considers his cultural legacy.
Half a century on from his debut, the Keyboard Fantasies composer is the next big thing.
The alternative Miss Colombia is seizing her crown.
In conversation with a romantic soul.
In London, Stephanie Phillips takes a tour around the sweet, strange galaxy of glitter pop sensation Rina Sawayama.
Meet the classical composer whose unornamented arrangements fill arenas.
A reeducation in K-pop from one of its brightest stars.
In Berlin, Stephanie d’Arc Taylor meets the man who makes music move—orchestra conductor Roderick Cox.
Phoebe Bridgers likes Joni Mitchell, astrology and working on her issues. Eve Barlow meets the singer remaking emo in her own image.
Conductor Roderick Cox views his baton as an extension of his own body.