Vinyl Is Selling So Well That It’s Getting Hard to Sell Vinyl

Within the Indianapolis office of Joyful Noise Recordings, a specialty label that caters to vinyl-loving fans of underground rock, is a corner that employees call the “lathe cave.” There sits a Presto 6N record lathe — a 1940s-vintage machine the size of a microwave that makes records by cutting a groove into a blank vinyl platter. Unlike More...

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By admin On Thursday, October 21st, 2021
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Two New York Orchestras Return With Acts of Renewal

How should classical music ensembles return to live performance after 18 months of pandemic closures and a nationwide reckoning with racial injustice? It’s a question that has loomed as programmers decide More...

By admin On Wednesday, October 20th, 2021
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R. Kelly to Face Another Trial in Chicago, Next August

R. Kelly, the R&B superstar who was convicted last month in Brooklyn on federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges, has been scheduled to stand trial again starting on Aug. 1 in Chicago. In this case, More...

By admin On Wednesday, October 20th, 2021
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PinkPantheress’s Slivers of Dance-Pop Play With Memory Like a Toy

Some of the most striking music suffusing TikTok this year has come from PinkPantheress, a British singer and producer who sounds like she’s flirting and aching all at once. Snippets of her songs “Break More...

By admin On Tuesday, October 19th, 2021
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Live Performance Is Back, With New Rituals Joining the Old Ones

The long-awaited return of Broadway has brought back many familiar preshow rituals — and also spurred a few that are new. One takes place a few hours before curtain time in middle of Times Square, under a More...

By admin On Tuesday, October 19th, 2021
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How ‘Fire Shut Up in My Bones’ Brought Step to the Met

Camille A. Brown had a lot of catching up to do. She wasn’t part of the original creative team behind Terence Blanchard’s opera “Fire Shut Up in My Bones” when it was presented in 2019 in St. Louis. More...

By admin On Monday, October 18th, 2021
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The War on Drugs Can’t Stop Searching for Answers in the Music

Baby Bruce (named for Springsteen) had a profound impact on “I Don’t Live Here Anymore,” logistically as well as thematically. While working on previous records, Granduciel sometimes languished in the More...

By admin On Monday, October 18th, 2021
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Finneas, a Pop Star’s Secret Weapon, Strides Into the Spotlight

LOS ANGELES — There’s a ghoul hanging around Finneas’s house. A dark shadow spinning past the window of his otherwise sunny and calm music studio. “The way it moves, it catches your eye at the wrong More...

By admin On Monday, October 18th, 2021
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Review: Sphinx Virtuosi Bring an Intriguing Vision to Carnegie Hall

“Tracing Visions” was the intriguing title of the program Sphinx Virtuosi, an ensemble of 18 top-notch string players who are Black and Latino, presented at Carnegie Hall on Friday. As Afa S. Dworkin, the More...

By admin On Sunday, October 17th, 2021
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Bringing Attention to the Maori Language, One Song at a Time

In August, Lorde released her third album, “Solar Power.” Three weeks later, she put out an EP called “Te Ao Marama,” with five songs from the record translated into Maori, the Indigenous language of More...

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