‘JANET will be timed around the 40th anniversary of the pop star’s self-titled debut.
‘Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets’ is the album Rufus Wainwright has been working to his entire life.
Due for release on DVD, Blu-ray and digital formats on 27 May, ‘Sinfonia Pop’ was filmed in 2015 and captures MIKA backed by a full orchestra in Italy.
The solo career of Paul McCartney will be celebrated in a new retrospective package, Pure McCartney, to be released in three formats on 10 June.
Howard Jones and OMD’s Andy McCluskey discuss working on the ‘Fly’ soundtrack, and perform at the London launch party, on 18 March 2016.
Gwen Stefani makes her return with ‘This Is What The Truth Looks Like’. To celebrate, iTunes are dropping the price on her No Doubt and solo albums.
The deluxe edition of Grace Jones' 'Warm Leatherette' is fully remastered and comes in bespoke leatherette packaging, with a hot of bonus material.
Major stars from the music world were honoured with awards at the 88th Oscars ceremony: Ennio Morricone, Sam Smith and Amy Winehouse
Last night's BRIT awards was a global affair, with Justin Bieber, Björk and Tame Impala receiving statues, while The Weeknd, Drake and Rihanna performed.
One of Prince’s most famous protégés, Denise Matthews, has died, aged 57. She passed away in a hospital in Fremont, California, on 15 January.
Taylor Swift grabbed the headlines at last night's 58th Grammy Awards, on a night of double success for Chris Stapleton. Little Big Town and The Weeknd.
Indie-pop quartet Model Aeroplanes, from Dundee in Scotland, will release their first EP for Island, Something Like Heaven, on 4 March 2016.
These are 100 Keyboard Classics, songs where the piano, Hammond organ, Mellotron or Fender Rhodes really do make a difference
As Megadeth make it clear on their new album, 'Dystopia', end times are near. Celebrate the coming destruction with uDiscover's 'Dystopia Rising' playlist.
Swedish pop legends ABBA reunite on stage for the first time in 30 years at the opening of their themed restaurant, Mamma Mia! The Party
The Who developed in leaps and bounds in 1966, ending on a high note with 'A Quick One'. Their singles that year chart their artistic progression.