Mark Ronson on How Sampling Transformed Music

Mark Ronson on How Sampling Transformed Music

It Takes a Long Time To Be Able To Play Like Yourself

‘Miles Ahead’, the excellent newly released Miles Davis biopic, will stay with you long after you leave the movie theater.

Music and Recording: A Wild 100 Years or So

The recording medium itself has changed what it means to perform and share music.

A Glimpse Into the Future of Music

What does the future of music hold?

The ‘You Are Loved’ Project Uses Murals to Change Lives

Artist and musician Alex Cross uses his creative gifts to spread hope and encouragement.

The Wonder of Stevie Wonder

In the last 40 years, we have yet to produce an artist as gifted, socially relevant and vulnerable as Steve Wonder.

5 Ways to De-Clutter Your Workspace

Some advice for artists on being more organized.

Meet Jake Weidmann, the World’s Youngest Master Penman

A young man’s quest to save a dying art form.

The Dad’s Guide to Developing Creative Kids

5 strategies to set them up for long-term success.

The Tragedy of Unfinished Art

Everyone has a “might have been” story. Don’t let the greatest art of your life go unfinished.

Proof that the Road to Success is Paved with Persistence

What every man can learn from James Olson, guitar maker extraordinaire.

Gender Wars: Truce from the Male

Steven Dustcircle on ending the war between women and men, embracing our differences, and celebrating each other.

10 Days That Will Change Your Life

Each of these decisions are keys to your success. And there’s no better day to make them than today.

4 Habits of Highly Ineffective Artists

Are these thought patterns killing your creative dreams?

The Pain of the Personal: An Artist’s View

An Indian cartoonist looks to bring change to America, along with a new perspective of the events that occurred during the Arab Spring Uprising.

How This Sixty-Two-Year-Old Man Became a Young Mom

“Our shared experience of vulnerability erases the age and gender differences between the young mothers and me.”