It’s promised to be an ‘intimate, radically communal, and topsy-turvy concert that muddies the roles between audience and performer.’
Taylor Swift is going pop, as she announces her upcoming album is titled after the year of her birth, ‘1989,' and unveils its first video.
Taylor Swift and Lorde cook up new things, both on record and in the kitchen.
Minnie Driver will release ‘Ask Me To Dance,’ an album of cover songs, as her third set for Zoe/Rounder.
Elbow’s Guy Garvey eyes solo project outside of the long-running band.
5 Seconds Of Summer's debut album could be heading for No. 1 in the US.
We mark the third anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death by remembering her final recording.
La Roux’s long-awaited second album ‘Trouble In Paradise’ is released next week, but she’s giving fans the chance to hear the record on her website now.
The latest hot new name out of Sweden, Seinabo Sey, has announced the UK release of her debut single and first London headline show.
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...