‘Standing on the Corner of the Third World (Townhouse Jam)’ comes off the forthcoming, Super Deluxe reissue of the band’s...
The California group, fronted by sisters Alana, Este and Arielle Haim along with drummer Dash Hutton, shot to prominence with their ‘Days Are Gone’ debut.
Modern rockers The 1975 were among those acts getting in early on the Glastonbury Festival action last night (Thursday 26)...
Sam Smith's ‘In The Lonely Hour’ entered The Billboard 200 at 2, selling more copies in its first week than any other debut album by a British male artist.
‘Blurred Lines’ hitmaker Robin Thicke has announced his imminent return. He’ll release the album ‘Paula,’ his seventh since his 2003 debut.
‘La La La,’ the smash by Naughty Boy that introduced future solo chart-topper Sam Smith, has broken the barrier of one million sales.
That Friday feeling prompts a playlist of tunes both classic and modern on the subject of the weekend. We begin with Eddie Cochran’s posthumous UK hit...
Ultraviolence, Lana Del Rey’s follow-up to her successful 2012 debut ‘Born To Die,’ will be here soon & is produced by Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys.
Elbow’s world tour for their new album ‘The Take Off and Landing of Everything’ has completed North America to massive acclaim from critics and fans alike.
Ella’s announced that her long-awaited solo debut single is coming soon. ‘If I Go’ will be released by Virgin/EMI, produced by Jarred Rogers.
Here are five new artists we think are worth finding out a little more about - Reignwolfe, Kiesza, BANKS, Stromae and Jetta.
According to BBC Radio 1 the most legally downloaded track of all time in the UK is Robin Thickes’ Blurred Lines. Not much surprise there then....
Madonna has said that she's working with Natalia Kills ...Working the midnight shift with Natalia Kills. 2 girls on a couch.. don't it taste like Holy Water?
33 couples who had responded to an ad to take part in a live televised wedding were married at the end of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' ‘Same Love’ performance.
Virgin vigorously developed a series of sub-labels, which acted like indies that gave artists like Placebo and The Chemical Brothers room to develop.