From disco hits to tender ballads, the queer canon is as diverse as it is large. Here are the most...
Through producer Georgia Illiopoulou’s conception, The Thread’s promising young cast of 18 Greek dancers combines Greek traditional dance with Maliphant’s unique movement language.
Directed by Ninian Doff, the striking new video stars Girl, the stray-dog-turned-F1-star-and would-be astronaut.
'Drift' has attracted considerable critical acclaim, with Mojo declaring it "a torrent of ideas, with its own internal logic."
Famous for pushing machines and technology to their limits via their music, the duo have transformed a brand-new track into the sound of an F1 car roaring past at high speed.
Flint was originally a dancer with the group, but went on to become the lead voice of such signature hits as 'Firestarter' and 'Breathe.'
Mixing some of their most appealing songs with baffling experimental works, ‘Dazzle Ships’ found OMD creating a classic that took years to be understood.
In every aspect, ‘Beaucoup Fish’ found Underworld working at the cutting edge, cementing their reputation as the all-conquering heroes of electronica.
The trip-hop icons are currently on tour in support of the 'Mezzanine' reissue and tonight play London's 02 Arena.
Their second UK No. 1 album was described by one reviewer as "a masterpiece of haunted sonics."
It was the 1974 record that provided the international awakening of the progressive masters.
Shot in her native Stockholm, the video shifts the spotlight away from the singer and focuses on a group of diverse youth.
‘Adore You’ combines Ware’s dynamic vocals with club-friendly beat.
‘Force Majeure’ saw Tangerine Dream close the 70s with one of their most enduring Virgin masterpieces, paving the way for yet another decade of innovation.
By the time of 2002's 'Come With Us,' Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons had long since established themselves as one of the world’s most innovative dance acts.
'Retrospective I' will be issued on 26 April as a deluxe hardcover book edition, with seven albums featuring Jóhannsson’s earlier works.