Emerging from Bristol in the late 80s, Massive Attack combined genres into something sleek, modern, and classic. These are some of their best.
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Max Richter is one of the most influential contemporary classical composers in the world. We take a look at his groundbreaking career.
The history of pioneering Chicago house label DJ International is the history of dance music, taking house music around the world in the 80s and 90s.
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The best Max Richter songs cover an array of emotions across a remarkable breadth of work, putting Richter at the forefront of modern classical music.
Conquering new territory while refining 90s highs, ‘No Geography’ finds The Chemical Brothers facing the apocalypse head-on, with their weapons drawn.
Ziggy Marley reveals how, with unreleased recordings, he reimagined the classic ‘Exodus’ album, by his father, Bob Marley, for a new era.