Master improvisers Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski and John Scofield reflect on the deep roots of their rock-inspired collective
Drummer praises intensity of saxophonist's free-jazz years in clip from 'Chasing Trane' doc
"We are fucking living in 'Planet of the Apes,'" frontman says of current political scene
"Johnny B. Goode," "Roll Over Beethoven" and other masterpieces that laid the groundwork for rock & roll as we know it
Death-metal godfathers on how they went from high-school heshers to proudly primitive elder statesmen
Alternate version of soaring ballad appears on audio companion to the band's epic 2016 chronicle 'We Are X'
Saxophonist's groundbreaking duo LP summed up his cosmic quest, influencing generations of jazz and rock seekers – from Nels Cline to Jack DeJohnette
Dozens of artists have responded to Trump's rise with new or reworked songs of defiance. Here are some of the most powerful
Highlights and lowlights, including Beyoncé, Adele and A Tribe Called Quest
Vintage thrashers, modern mathletes and more: The year in heavy
Green Day's protest, Bruno Mars' moves, Chrissy Teigen's F-bombs and more moments that defined the AMAs
Underground vet Kirk Windstein on group's two-decade evolution, new LP 'The Serpent Only Lies' and why he's grateful for 'Beavis and Butt-Head'
Creepy, chilling tunes from Pink Floyd, Eminem, Nick Cave, more
Read Ween guitarist's track-by-track commentary on first solo effort
Singer also discusses Joni Mitchell, Green Jellö and other topics chronicled in upcoming bio 'A Perfect Union of Contrary Things'