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When a rising rapper wins a MOBO award largely on account of their lyrical flow and freestyling, you’d assume they’d stick to the genre. Yet 22-year-old Londoner FelixThe1st isn’t about the tried and tasted – a fact reflected in the title of his debut project, I Hope You Never Fit In, out now.Read more →
In 1995, David Bowie and Trent Reznor embarked on the Dissonance tour, a unique live experience combining art rock and industrial metal, forever altering stage performances.Read more →
Rumours by Fleetwood Mac stands as a testament to musical brilliance born from personal chaos, transforming intimate heartbreak into one of history’s most iconic albums.Read more →
The 1975 break silence on next album and tease new song
In a surprise revelation in Birmingham, The 1975’s Matty Healy lets fans in on their next album’s progress with a snippet of a fresh song.
Kasabian return with eagerly awaited eighth studio album ‘Happenings’
Kasabian are back, setting the stage alight with their new album ‘Happenings’ and a summer filled with explosive live performances.
The Mysterines announce new album and drop fresh track ‘Stray’
Merseyside alt-rockers The Mysterines are gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, Afraid of Tomorrows, scheduled to hit shelves and…
The Dissonance Tour: When Bowie met Reznor and redefined live music
In 1995, David Bowie and Trent Reznor embarked on the Dissonance tour, a unique live experience combining art rock and industrial metal, forever altering stage performances.
The making of Rumours: How Fleetwood Mac turned personal strife into a classic
Rumours by Fleetwood Mac stands as a testament to musical brilliance born from personal chaos, transforming intimate heartbreak into one of history’s most iconic albums.
The time The Kinks’ Dave Davies invented three music genres with a knife
Here’s how Dave Davies of The Kinks slashed his amp with a razor, accidentally inventing distorted electric guitar, pioneering sounds for heavy metal and punk music.
The night The Kinks outshone The Beatles: The 1964 Bournemouth showdown
The 1960s was a musical era defined by a breakthrough in British bands and performers on the world stage, none more famous than the seminal Beatles….
What happened to Syd Barrett? Inside the mercurial Pink Floyd man’s sad demise
Having led Pink Floyd to the forefront of sixties psychedelia, LSD both created and dismantled Syd Barrett’s career in music.
Best Original Song 2024 | Original songs are crucial to great films – here’s why
Original songs in film elevate the cinematic experience, creating unforgettable moments. Here’s our ranking of the 2024 Academy Award nominees for Best Original Song.
How a stint in England inspired one of Paul Simon’s most famous songs
One of Simon & Garfunkel’s most famous songs came to Paul Simon after an experience in a small town just outside of Liverpool.
Virtual Concerts | They’re here to stay, and here’s why
ABBA Voyage’s success has proved that virtual concerts aren’t simply a flash-in-the-pan novelty: they may eventually become the norm.
Pitchfork and the Absolute State of Music Journalism | A plague on all your houses
Pitchfork, one of the world’s most illustrious and trusted music outlets, is folding. They are just the latest in a long line of casualties, but t…