“Selena will always have a lasting place in music history and we feel great responsibility to do justice to her...
Sting reflects on the importance of home for a touring musician, and how retreating to the country formed the foundation for his album Ten Summoner's Tales.
Virgin Records, a mail-order-only business before becoming the hippest vinyl store in London was instrumental in a shift towards experimental sound.
A man who is unquestionably one of the greatest writers of popular music of the last one hundred years; who, in the modern era, has but a handful of peers.
Virgin is in everything from finance to mobile phones, health & fitness to holidays, trains, an airline and a record label, but all that was to come…
Abba’s albums have sold in their hundreds of millions, and with the success of Mamma Mia! the appeal of Sweden’s most popular export seems guaranteed.
The artists that made London the pop music capital of the world epitomise an era of change, with a soundtrack featuring some of the best pop music ever.
Most people will not view 1973 as a vintage year in music, yet there was an astounding number of releases that ensure it was a year well worth remembering.
To win a coveted BRIT or Grammy award, is a career highlight for many artists, symbolising the glamour, drama & celebration of what music has to offer.
In 1983 a student from UCL formed a band called Seona Dancing, and got signed to Decca Records. His name? Ricky Gervaise.
A great review of one of David Bowie's first ever records, Love You ‘Till Tuesday.