If ever a band proved you can play rock’n’roll and retain your integrity, that band was R.E.M. as the best R.E.M. songs prove.
'Song Exploder' is based on the acclaimed podcast of the same name re-imagined by Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville.
With their ‘Monster’ album, R.E.M. got back to making what guitarist Peter Buck described as a "real noisy rock’n’roll record”.
‘A Stirling Performance’ documents R.E.M.’s historic Scottish shows, capturing interviews with locals, fans, and the band.
Directed by Andrew Trent Fleming, The Memphis Masters series celebrates albums from the legendary Stax Records and its influence on Memphis.
R.E.M. were one of the most influential and beloved rock bands of the last 40 years, comprised of Michael Stipe, Bill Berry, Peter Buck, and Mike Mills.
Hugely influential, GO4's debut album 'Entertainment!' has been cited as one of the greatest albums of all time by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and others.
The one-hour special, produced by Craft Recordings in partnership with YouTube Music, launches today.
R.E.M. have shared a live version of ‘Undertow’ exclusively with uDiscover Music. It will feature on the 25th-anniversary edition of ‘Monster’.
R.E.M. originally cut the track for 'Reveal' and then re-recorded the track for 2004's 'Around The Sun'.
Available on all formats, the album's new edition offers a host of new audio and video extras.
Alongside violinist Robert McDuffie, they will perform songs from artists like Ray Charles, the Allman Brothers Band, R.E.M., Outkast, Gram Parsons, James Brown and more.
Available for the first time on vinyl in over 15 years, the album includes 18 songs from the Athens, GA alt-rockers, spanning 1988’s 'Green' to 2001’s 'Reveal', plus two previously unreleased tracks.
The creator of what came to be known as the surf rock style, he is best remembered for his 1962 single 'Misirlou,' later featured in 'Pulp Fiction.'
Part 3 in the audio series features archive interviews with Michael Stipe and Peter Buck, and excerpts from their box set and album of performances aired by the BBC.