After winning her first two Grammys this year, the young musician is showing no signs of slowing down.
The Boston institution discussed their newest album, the causes closest to their hearts, and recording Celtic instruments.
The journeyman guitarist playing with the E Street Band for three decades only keeps the gear he needs for a project or tour.
Sharrock had two careers, both of them criminally undervalued. Was it because his journey as an artist defied categorization?
Each member of the Chicago ensemble has something to release back into the musical wild. Take a look at what they're selling.
Detroit Swindle is breaking out from behind their laptop in favor of hardware, reinventing their live performance.
Dweezil demonstrates replicating his father Frank Zappa's sound using effect lines on two separate channels.
The founder of Instant Composers Pool and collaborator with Eric Dolphy helped write the playbook for European jazz.
The legendary drummer and composer on restoring ancient film and percussion instruments you've never heard of.
McCartney–style songwriting and digital technology like the Fairlight CMI met on one of the finest pop albums of the 1980s.
STS9 talks about using Ableton to sync gear and live playing as an electronic jam band.
Lesson learned with The Smashing Pumpkins, Billy Corgan's radioactive rig, and the art of drumming for the song.
The former member of Joy Division and New Order describes how he cultivates his tone.
The storied producer breaks down his favorite equipment used to make legendary '90s grunge and alt rock records.
He's poised to sell over 200 pieces of gear, including drums used on classic Smashing Pumpkins albums. See the inventory now.
The popular Austin instrumental quartet, featuring Grammy nominees Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, shows off some synth work.
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