From disco hits to tender ballads, the queer canon is as diverse as it is large. Here are the most...
The electronic music pioneers' long-awaited new album 'No Geography' is released on 12 April.
The new video was directed by Arctic Monkeys and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Nabil.
The duo's long-awaited new album, 'No Geography', is out on Virgin/EMI on 12 April.
A cross-platform project, the on-going 'Drift' series is described as “an epic year-long road trip” by the band.
Daft Punk's sophomore album 'Discovery' made such a mark that it inspired an entire disc of remixes.
In the first weeks of the 1980s. Jon Anderson of Yes and Vangelis Papathanassiou added the hit album 'Short Stories' to the chart single ‘I Hear You Now.'
Beckoning us back from isolation, ‘Assume Form’ finds James Blake reasserting his dominance and surpassing his biggest rival: himself.
While ‘Mile High’ represents to more hip-hop leanings on the album, ‘Lullaby For My Insomniac’ leans more towards the moody, atmospheric landscape that Blake is best known for.
Leave it to the French to turn retro-leaning lounge music into space-age scores. With their debut 'Moon Safari' on 16 January 1998, Air did just that.
On Enigma's 'The Screen Behind The Mirror', Michael Cretu brings a sense of spirituality to his sampling methods, pushing ambient music in a new direction.
The original version of 'Wire' dates from the band's 'Mezzanine' era, but featured in the soundtrack to the 1997 film 'Welcome To Sarajevo'.
The new record is available from 18 January via Republic Records.
The song is accompanied by a striking Marcus Lyall visual shot at the duo's sold-out Alexandra Palace shows in London.
Influential artists such as Kraftwerk, David Bowie, Brian Eno, Stevie Wonder and Ultravox used ARP instruments in their music.
The new track will receive its world premiere on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show 'Beats 1' tomorrow.