There are still questions about the (final?) disintegration of The Stone Roses in the summer of 2017.
Special Needs have been bubbling under the surface for some time now.
There are few more disingenuous or faintly pathetic pop concepts than the Guilty Pleasure.
A Beatles film? In 2016? Why should anyone bother? Because, incredibly, there’s still plenty to say half a century on.
inals of the European Championships and capped off their Everything Must Go tour with a MASSIVE homecoming gig at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium.
A live album can be every bit as good, or even better, than what the band do in the studio.
Musician and author Luke Haines this week releases perhaps his most barmy and brilliant solo album yet.
these Chester chaps got wrecked reading Winnie the Pooh and listening to Pink Floyd, ending up with Six, the greatest Brit-prog record that very few people have actually heard.
As predicted by Fiddy, Detox will never see the light of day. In its place, Dr Dre releases only his third solo studio album Compton tonight (and everybody’s celebratin’).
Cilla Black, who died today at the age of 72, was known to millions as a premier TV presenter.