The show goes on: Popular music festival transitions to virtual format

Madison Early Music Festival performed online this week in effort to continue its 20-plus years of commitment


April music brings quality, not quantity

Drake's 'Toosie Slide' headlines relatively quiet month in music following musical explosion in March


Quarantimes: Recommendations for quarantine escapism

List of ways to escape boredom in quarantine


Mickey Mouse Degrees: Music education decreasingly valued

Interview with student Bryson Bauer reveals the underappreciated music education major


Six things to binge during quarantine

Movies, TV shows, music to check out during coronavirus quarantine


Maggie Cousin Quartet: Glimpse into Madison’s underground jazz scene

Check out Cafe Coda for truly unique night out, immersion into authentic jazz scene


Recent podcast boom provides fresh, engaging source of voice, extends to UW students

UW students such as Claudia Rodriguez, Justine Betti utilize podcast format for "Aux, Please," spotlighting undiscovered music radio stations don't uncover


Looking at the history, function of B-Side Records

Since inception in 1982, B-Side Records has survived ownership change, CD, digital music revolutions to become State Street's last surviving music shop


Hoofers 11th annual Rail Jam attracts many to Memorial Terrace for winter sports fun

Eleventh annual Rail Jam event at Memorial Terrace featured creative ski, snowboard tricks from amateur competitors


Tyler, the Creator calls Grammy win ‘backhanded compliment,’ local artist weighs in

'It sucks that whenever we, and I mean guys that look like me, do anything that's genre-bending, they always put it in a 'rap' or 'urban' category.'