Anchor Katy Clark tells us about British nostalgia for the music of the 1990s -- especially for the bands that made English "trip-hop" so popular a decade ago on PRI's "The World."
Drew Daniel and M.C. Schmidt are the sound artists known as Matmos -- they play some tracks and tell Faith about their new album.
PRI's "Studio 360" speaks with Art Rosenbaum about the end of an era in music -- the passing of a generation that learned songs prior to recorded music in the U.S.
The connection between Miles Davis and music from India is explored on a new CD release titled, "Miles from India."
How does an individual's personal collection of recordings reflect upon them?
Thanks to the quartet Vampire Weekend, it seems many American pop music fans suddenly love Congolese soukous guitar.
Bob Edwards interviews legendary guitarist and inventor Les Paul; together, they tour the Gibson guitar factory.
Join our online debate on which generation has the most to offer pop music history books -- and the future of pop itself.
How the now-legendary pianist helped to thaw the then-chilly relations between two Cold War superpowers, on "Studio 360."
New music from Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, plus a fascinating interview with Faith Salie.