'Rock music that incorporates elements of traditional or classical music', surely a key art-rock principle is forging ahead, the shock...
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The latest instalment in this ongoing series concerns Hughes’ band’s first appearance on European TV, at a week-long festival to mark the annual NME Awards.
First release in 1992, Harvey's landmark debut was described as "a seductive calling card that signals the arrival of an extraordinary new artist" by The Los Angeles Times.
The artist addresses body-shaming head-on in the video, originally created for her ‘Where Do We Go?’ tour.
The new archival release is a tempo and pitch-corrected version of the ‘Sister’-era 1987 recording.
An ambitious 20-track double-album, The Cure’s atypically accessible ‘Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me’ has gone on to fascinate whole new generations of fans.
The new set is the follow-up to 2018's 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', which hit No. 4 on the Billboard 200
More than five years after 'The Fragile,' Trent Reznor and the band returned with their second chart-topper.
On their ambitious 2010 debut ‘Innerspeaker’, Tame Impala brought the classic sounds of 60s psychedelic rock back to the mainstream.
In its initial guise, ‘In Your Eyes’ was the third single lifted from The Weeknd’s fourth studio album, 'After Hours', following ‘Heartless’ and ‘Blinding Lights’.
In a statement posted to Twitter, the star's official account confirmed that organisers were working to secure rescheduled dates.