Tag: Stevie Wonder
The Man Machine: Robert Margouleff Remembers Malcolm Cecil
Early synth designer-producer Margouleff talks about the late great producer, the 50th anniversary of Tonto’s Expanding Head Band, and helping Stevie Wonder innovate.
PLAYLIST: Joanna Sternberg’s Songs That Will Help Me and Help Me and Will Always Help Me
The NYC-based songwriter goes long on the songs and artists that inspired their debut for Conor Oberst’s Team Love Records.
Express Yourself: Lee Fields on Life, Love, and Soul
In his mid-sixties and playing for ever-larger crowds, the New Jersey–based soul singer reflects on how he got here.
“It’s Called Freedom So We Can Leave”: Robert Glasper on the Mind-Expanding Legacy of Miles Davis
On “Everything’s Beautiful,” the jazz pianist deconstructs Miles’s old recordings, then reassembles them with help from Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, KING, Bilal, and more. Here, he talks about how the legend’s legacy extends far beyond jazz.
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Life Is Beautiful 2015: Viva Downtown Las Vegas
Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Weezer, Bill Nye, Banksy, and more bring the Sin City festival into maturity.
Advice From Paradise: Love Advice (and Music) from Nedelle Torrisi
This week: confronting same-sex attraction and what to do if your boyfriend won’t let you see his phone.
Are You Ready For Some—: Ranking the Last 22 Years of Super Bowl Halftime Shows From Worst to Best
Lip-synching, unplugged instruments, and blatant product placements, oh my!