People have been using music as a means to express dissatisfaction for as long as we know, but why is it so powerful?
It’s better to burn out than to fade away… but sometimes a band does neither. After decades on the road, the oldest bands in music history still bring the noise.
The Go-Go’s channelled their LA punk roots into an impeccable new wave pop classic with their 1981 debut album, ‘Beauty and the Beat.’
Squeeze will be supporting the Nutty Boys, with the shows kicking off in Dublin on November 29.
Joining the bill-toppers are Blossoms, Fontaines D.C., Miles Kane, Richard Ashcroft, The Kooks, Supergrass and more.
This will mark the group’s first appearance in Southern California since Coachella Festival 2012.
The landmarks will add to the existing marker for The Who, unveiled last November.
Ska and pop legends Madness return to the US for the first time in eight years with the announcement of stateside tour dates for 2020.
British producers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley are to win the Outstanding Contribution to UK Music award from the Music Producers Guild (MPG).
Madness return with ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’, a collection of songs that stands alongside the best of their unique takes on modern life.
The 'King of Ska,' Prince Buster, born 24 May 1938 in Kingston Jamaica, passed away on 8 september 2016, aged 78. Prince Buster RIP
uDiscover drops in on Fairport Convention's annual shindig, Airport's Cropredy Convention, to watch the band, co-founder Ashley Hutchings and others.
Henry McCullough, a major contributor to the history of Irish rock and an early member of Paul McCartney's Wings, died 14 June at the age of 72.
After a three-year absence from touring because of an injury to frontman Toots Hibbert, Toots and the Maytals have just announced a new UK tour.
ZZ Top, Art Garfunkel and LCD Soundsystem for Glasto: they're among the full line-up for Glastonbury 2016, which is revealed this morning (29).