The career-spanning collection of proto-punk pioneer and British R&B hero Wilko Johnson, I Keep It To Myself, receives a double-vinyl release on 18 August.
As Def Leppard’s Hysteria turns 30, a new documentary, Step Inside: Hysteria At 30, reveals the story behind the making of the album that defined the 80s.
In a series of videos, Styx guitarist and singer Tommy Shaw, and producer Will Evankovich, discuss the making of new album The Mission.
Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow 2CD ‘Live In Birmingham 2016’ captures Blackmore’s longed-for return to playing rock, and is out now.
Placebo’s new video for Life’s What You Make It updates the original Talk Talk concept with a fascinating look at a Ghanian electronics wasteland.
As Sting moved into the 21st Century, he refused to stay still, making unique music that built on his past while looking to the future.
Humble Pie’s ‘A&M Vinyl Box Set 1970-1975’ collects the band’s finest albums in one glorious box set – and it’s out right now.
Throughout the 90s, Sting focused on developing his songcraft with two of his finest straight pop albums, ‘Ten Summoner’s Tales’ and ‘Mercury Falling’.
Sting’s ‘The Complete Studio Collection’ box set collects all 12 of the former Police frontman’s solo albums, and is due for release on 9 June.
The new album from Thurston Moore, ‘Rock N Roll Consciousness’, finds the Sonic Youth co-founder and alt.rock icon at his exploratory best.
Bob Marley & The Wailers’ iconic ‘Exodus’ album is given a celebratory super deluxe expanded reissue celebrating the Exodus 40th Anniversary.
According to Mel Torme 'She was the best singer on the planet.' She is, of course, Ella Fitzgerald.
Elton John has been named the first ever Worldwide Record Store Day Legend, and will release an expanded edition of ‘17.11.70’ as part of the celebrations.
British rock four-piece The Amazons are set to be thrust onto the world stage when they release their self-titled debut album on 2 June.
Thrash metal legends Metallica have just announced a run of European WorldWired shows starting in The Netherlands on 4 April.