Article databases are research tools that allow you to search for articles in magazines, journals and newspapers.
Go to the library's Article Databases page for a list of the UArts Libraries' subscription databases. Check out the following for this topic:
EBSCOhost, now rolled into OneSearch, is our largest article database. OneSearch searches EBSCO as well as many other of our online databases returning results including articles, books, audio and video, and more.
ProQuest: The Arts is focused on visual and performing arts, and has many full-text, scholarly and popular articles.
JSTOR is largely full-text, and always scholarly articles.
LexisNexis Academic contains worldwide current and archived news sources, all full-text. The database also includes business, legal and reference information.
Over 30,000 articles with weekly updates by music journalists collected over the last 50 years, covering all popular music genres from rock to rockabilly, jazz to hip hop. Rock's Backpages also includes streaming audio interviews with artists ranging from Afrika Bambaataa to Lemmy to The Zombies, curated from the 70s to today.
In addition to article databases, we subscribe to many other music-focused databases.
This database houses the Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, all 120+ 33 1/3 book series with each volume providing in-depth analysis of influential albums, the new global 33 1/3 series focusing on popular music from around the world, and an expanding range of scholarly books with a minimum of 5 titles being added annually. Be sure to check out this great resource with comprehensive and authoritative information about all genres of popular music worldwide, from the early 20th century to the present day.