Our interview with the enduring Scottish singer-songwriter found her in ebullient mood about her new record and tour of 2018.
Guitarist and songwriter Charlotte Caffey talks getting candid on-screen and her role in the revelatory new Showtime documentary, ‘The Go-Go’s’.
“You need to keep in contact with your public,” says the entertainer, “and this is the one way of doing it.”
Peggy Lee’s legacy continues to influence new generations of singers. “We can all learn from her,” says Lee scholar Dr. Tish Oney.
Directed by Sasha Rainbow, the video for Placebo’s cover of Talk Talk’s Life’s What You Make It is among the most thought-provoking shorts of recent times.
In Def Jam’s docu-series ‘Through The Lens’, photographer Janette Beckman talks documenting the early days of hip-hop.
The disco queen and ‘I Will Survive’ singer Gloria Gaynor talks her new gospel record and forging her own success.
Hugh Syme has been synonymous with Rush since 1975. He shares his memories of working with “a band that dared to deviate from the norm.”
As ‘The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick’ celebrates its 30th anniversary, The Ruler talks about taking his environment “and turning it into a story”.
With their debut single, ‘Electricity’, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark spearheaded an electronic revolution in pop music.
uDiscover Music talks to the American hitmaker and singer-songwriter about her storied career.
Proving that they learned their craft in record time, Def Leppard’s early years saw the group quickly evolve beyond their NWOBHM roots.
Ron Weisner says “everybody wanted to participate” when he floated the idea of the compilation.
“I hope we continue to inspire other young women to be who they want to be as artists, producers, engineers and other roles in the music industry.”
The 'Inner Child' credits also include V from BTS and other such writers as South Korean producer PDogg, Scottish singer-songwriter KoolKid and UK electronic group Arcades.
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.