Like all award shows, the Grammys are always bound to satisfy, surprise and rankle in equal measure, and there have been some surprising wins in the past.
Setting a new benchmark for live recordings, the best ‘MTV Unplugged’ performances remain cultural touchstones that shone a new light on classic songs.
On ‘High As Hope’, Florence Welch finds a reprieve from her own self-destruction, turning her private pain into jubilant anthems.
‘Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets’ is the album Rufus Wainwright has been working to his entire life.
Florence + the Machine and Pharrell are among the first artists confirmed to play the 2015 Apple Music Festival, at the Roundhouse in London in September.
London quartet Spector will follow the singles ‘All The Sad Young Men’ and ‘Bad Boyfriend’ with their second album ‘Moth Boys’ on August 21 on Fiction.
North London alternative rock outfit Wolf Alice officially arrive in the UK mainstream, as their debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’ enters at No. 2.
Glastonbury 2015 is almost upon us, and to get you in the mood, here’s uDiscover's preview of some of the attractions to look out for over the long weekend.
After Foo Fighters were forced to withdraw from their headline slot on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, Florence + the Machine will now top the bill.
Paul McCartney, Metallica and Florence + the Machine will headline the 2015 Lollapalooza Festival in late July/early August.
As Mumford & Sons prepare to release their third album, ‘Wilder Mind,’ on May 4, the band played almost all of it at two small London gigs March 9/10.
Florence + the Machine have announced that their third album will be titled ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful,' and released on Island on June 1.
Album rock giants Steely Dan have been announced in the stellar line-up for the Coachella Festival 2015.
Virgin’s James Bay, Island’s George The Poet and Polydor’s Years & Years will contest the prestigious Critics' Choice BRIT Award 2015.
27 global names are featured in the all-star BBC 'God Only Knows' video and charity single, unveiled across the broadcaster’s outlets last night (Tuesday).