After an acclaimed debut and a whirlwind year on the road, the four-piece are out to prove they’re more than a “one album and bye” band.
Alex Young, director of the acclaimed documentary ‘R.E.M. By MTV’, looks back on ‘Automatic For The People’, and reveals how it changed his life.
With Elton John calling ‘Anthem Of The Peaceful Army’ “the best rock’n’roll I’ve heard in 20 f__g years!”, Greta Van Fleet are taking the world by storm.
Shania Twain has been talking about some of the tracks on Now, the long-awaited first album by the pop-country superstar in 15 years.
uDiscover caught up with one-half of the duo, Sarah Barthel, as she prepares for their headlining set at Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas this weekend.
Mastering classic Motown albums for the ‘Motown In Mono’ reissue series gave engineer Kevin Gray a chance to remember why he first fell in love with them.
Vikki Tobak, author of the book ‘Contact High: A Visual History Of Hip-Hop’ talks hip-hop’s forgotten legacy in photographs and her new exhibition.
Gentle Giant felt the white hot breath of punk on their necks during 1976, yet they stuck to their guns and released ‘Interview’, a sardonic concept album.
In part two of our interview with the ever-present Moody Blues drummer, he talks about the band's longevity and their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
uDiscover Music talks to the ever-present drummer with the Moody Blues in the first of a two-part feature.
Ahead of Now, her first studio album for 15 years, Shania Twain talks about her challenges of recent years and how she's recharged and raring to go.
"Glen could sing the phone book," Carl told us, "and you'd want to buy it."
Ashley Campbell explains how her father went back to his roots for his final album.
The first of a three-part series in which we talk at length to the producer of Glen's final album.