How spy movie soundtracks fueled the defining trip hop album.
The 1950s thriller that haunts author Karen Russell from book to book.
Carter Burwell teaches Kurt Andersen how to talk like a film composer.
The acclaimed mystery writer tells Kurt about her fascination with Poe, and why Baltimore is a “good noir town.”
How an Ivy League a cappella group opened for Hendrix and started a ‘50s nostalgia wave.
This is the sound of a nation breaking at the seams.
In 1969, Sly and the Family Stone provided a funky soundtrack to the fight for freedom and equality. It’s just as relevant now as it was then.
The life changing influence of another Woodstock.