A tribute to the remarkable spirit of Bassel Khartabil from the people at Disquiet Junto.
Jennie Rose Halperin interviews the authors of Theft! A History of Music and finds a musical culture at a crossroads.
Inspired by the thirty-first anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, this six song album from Naviar Records is our Thing of the Week.
We take you to Bellingham’s music scene this week and drop the latest EP from Kadence Arelle Mercy on you.
A woman from Willenhall has been jailed after playing an Ed Sheeran song at top volume over and over again.
We begin our catch-up on our weekly Free Thing from the Commons with this EP from Tarra Layne.
Modernism via Bach: Omar Willey discusses the latest concert of Piffaro The Renaissance Band.
Since the days of Fela Kuti, Africa’s long-serving demagogues have been threatened by music. This time it’s Angola’s turn. Phil Wilmot discusses.
Eric Steuer interviews Blackstar artist Jonathan Barnbrook on why he and David Bowie chose a Creative Commons license for his artwork.