Beck’s new partner in this concise new album enterprise of 2008 was "hip-hop head case" Danger Mouse.
Thirty-plus years after his debut, Ben Watt is releasing his third solo album, ‘Fever Dream’. He speaks to uDiscover about his remarkably varied career.
At The Drive-In dominate at Dublin's Vicar Street on their first reunion show outside of the US, 26 March 2016.
One of the darkest albums of the 1990s, 'The Downward Spiral,' started to become the biggest in the career of Nine Inch Nails on 26 March, 1994.
Placebo have announced The 20 Years Of Placebo World Tour, celebrating two decades of being at the forefront of alt.rock innovation.
On 25 February 1977, Polydor announced that they had signed The Jam for £6,000. By the time they released ‘In The City’, the band seemed perfectly formed.
Michael Bradley, bassist with late 1970s new wavers the Undertones, has his autobiography Teenage Kicks: My Life As An Undertone out via Omnibus this month.
Indie-pop quartet Model Aeroplanes, from Dundee in Scotland, will release their first EP for Island, Something Like Heaven, on 4 March 2016.
PJ Harvey's much-awaited ninth studio album will be titled The Hope Six Demolition Project and released by Island on 15 April.
Punk rock pioneer Iggy Pop has announced the 18 March release of Post Pop Depression, his new album produced by Joshua Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.
Curve Of The Earth is a suitably expansive album which charts the remarkable trajectory that Mystery Jets have taken in the 10 years since their debut.
Elvis Costello tears it up on Watching The Detectives, taken from the Eagle Vision DVD release Detour: Live At Philharmonic Concert Hall.
Released on 5 February 2016, the Heaven Adores You soundtrack offers a glimpse into Elliott Smith’s creative process, with 15 previously unreleased songs.
An exclusive interview with Stefan Olsdal at the London premiere of Placebo's MTV Unplugged.
Post-punk legends The Cure have just added 30 more shows to their 2016 tour, bringing the total to 56 dates across North America and Europe.
Condensing the musical life and times of Mark Everett and co into 20 songs is a tall order, because Eels have built up a mighty body of work in 20 years.