Master & Dynamic selected singer/songwriter Diane Birch to be the first member of our In-Residence program. Birch's music and unique sound shows the evolution of an artist who has carved her own path.
Harmonium Mountain is a collection of Ross' multiple attempts to share and reinterpret an experience with nature through animated visualizations and music.
Created by product designer and Royal College of Art student Axel Bluhme, the XOXX Composer turns the drum machine's largely digital interface into a tangible and accessible physical object.
Deaf since birth, artist Christine Sun Kim uses her innovative art to analyze the unexpected, underappreciated, and often, underrepresented visual, physical and performative aspects of audio.
Highlighting the MoMA's recent, cutting-edge design acquisitions, this all-in-one musical invention kit revolutionizes the landscape of musical experimentation.
Aerosyn~Lex Meštrović's art experiments with the written word and finds new meaning from the age-old craft of calligraphy.
Vancouver's small indie music label, 1080p is unique among boutique electronic labels for its sleek interface, wide genre range and cassette tapes.
MoMA's multi-medium retrospective details Björk's life and artistry over the past 20 years showcasing her work as a singer, composer, and musical innovator.
At Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital, sound's power is harnessed for clinical treatment. Music Therapist, Todd O'Connor, helped us understand its effects and use in his work with children at Mt. Sinai.
Conceived by New Zealand-based musician Nigel Stanford, "Cymatics" is a music video that explores the visualization of sound, depicting granules of sand, streams of water and arcs of electricity coming to life as they are affected by sonic forces.
We caught up with rock band drummer/DJ, dollybird fashionista, and engaged citizen Tennessee Thomas to talk music, fashion, the 60s and her personal evolution – stylistic and otherwise.
Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye at the Museum of Modern Art celebrates the many relationships between musicians and designers and how they influence each other. Tracking the evolution of music technologies, the exhibit illuminates how listening devices have elevated musical preference from an interest to an identity.