Music | Nation

Is Country Music's Relationship With The NRA Shifting?

The names of featured artists no longer appear on the website of a program linking country music — a genre not known for stepping outside its comfort zone — with the National Rifle Association.


Amara La Negra On Her Roots, Miami Reality And Barbecue

Over a plate of Texas barbecue, Alt.Latino spoke with this fast-rising Afro-Latinx artist from Miami in the midst of her unforgiving South By Southwest schedule.


One Year After A Long Sabbatical, Wolfgang Voigt Returns Yet Again As GAS

The ambient music innovator quickly follows up 2017's Narkopop with Rausch, out May 18.


What You Could Take Away From 'David Bowie Is'

When the exhibit was first conceived, in tandem with Bowie's own collection, its success was far from guaranteed. In the five years since, it's outlived its subject and changed as much as he once did.

News | Music | Nation

In Texas, Another Explosion Injures 2 Men In Austin

The blast comes on the heels of three package-bomb explosions that killed two people and injured two more, as well as a bomb threat that canceled a Saturday concert at the South by Southwest festival.

Business | Technology | Music | Nation

Snapchat's Stock Sinks After Rihanna Denounces Domestic Violence Ad

The ad asked would you rather "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown." Snapchat pulled the ad, but its stock prices were still down by week's end.


The Tiny Desk Contest Entries We're Excited About This Week

There's still time to enter the Tiny Desk Contest — send in your video before midnight EST on March 25. In the meantime, check out some more entries we love.


Tyminski On Mountain Stage

Listen to the 14-time Grammy-winning vocalist, instrumentalist and songwriter return to the Mountain Stage with his newest solo project.


South X Lullaby: Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass turns the laid-back groove of "Short Court Style" into the soft murmurs of late-night devotion.

Music | Nation

Case Closed: Preservation Hall's Missing Sousaphone Is Returned

In February, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans had a rare Italian-made sousaphone stolen. Now, thanks to an anonymous tipster, it's back in their possession.

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