The spotlight this month is on Roxy rocker Bryan Ferry, who's bringing in the biggies on his new solo effort; plus, our panel picks the tunes you should know.
Jesca Hoop couldn't get a foothold in the States, so she made music in England. With a new CD, she's back for another go.
After an 11-year absence, Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair is fully reloaded for a new genre-busting century.
This month, Nic Harcourt interviews Shelby Lynne and provides new music reviews from The Courtneers, The Black Hollies and more.
Nic Harcourt talks with the erstwhile 10,000 Maniac about her renewed music horizons; plus must-mix music.
A chat with Wes Anderson, plus reviews of Nneka, the Raveonettes, Maata Haari and more.
He usually lets his music do the talking, but we caught up with the politically inspired rocker to see what makes him tick; plus, must-mix tracks.
Nic Harcourt catches up with Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig on the eve of their sophomore releases, Contra.
Even if you don’t know him by name, you’ve definitely heard Ennio Morricone’s scores...and he's still going strong at 80. Plus, must-mix tracks.
Since announcing her arrival in 1998 with her first solo release, iMegaphone, Imogen Heap’s voice is everywhere. Step into her ethereal world; plus, must-mix tracks.
Nic Harcourt interviews the 40-year music vet about his favorite memories and revitalizing the Village Recorder studios in West L.A.
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Greg Kurstin has worked with artists as diverse as Ben Harper, Jane’s Addiction, Kylie Minogue and Pink. Now he's producing Lily Allen. What's his secret?
M.I.A. talks with Nic Harcourt about her meteoric rise to the mainstream, including her accidental success on Slumdog Millionaire, her 2005 debut album, Arular and her political activism on behalf of the Tamil people.
Nic Harcourt talks to Jason Schwartzman about becoming a multi-hyphenate, from his beginnings in Phantom Planet to scoring the Judd Apatow flick Funny People.
She has written and produced for the likes of Patti LaBelle, Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin; composed memorable ad campaigns, like "Have You Had Your Break Today?" for McDonald's; and amassed a slew of film and television credits. But who programs Air Force One? Why, L.A.'s own Tena Clark.
Nic Harcourt interviews Smits about his Latin music club, using music to emotionally motivate his characters and more; plus, must-mix tracks from Thomas Tantrum to Gabriella Cilmi.
Nic Harcourt talks with Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle about his musical inspirations, his hit film and Bollywood. Plus, must-mix tracks and go-to gigs.