‘The Lakes (Original Version)’ was released on the one year anniversary of ‘folklore.’
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.
Here's the new video for 'Work Song' by Irish singer-songwriter Hozier, who is following his breakthrough year with a current sellout UK tour.
Taylor Swift's 1989 tour has been confirmed as the biggest global concert attraction of 2015.
The Force Awakens breathes new life into full-orchestra scoring, providing a listening experience that’s almost as dramatic as watching the film itself.
The Island label is setting foot in the UK's craft beer market, with the launch of the "music-inspired" Island Records Session IPA — with its own playlists.
Rod Stewart, Mark King and Bernard Butler guest on a new Christmas song written by BBC Radio 6 Music breakfast show presenter, Shaun Keaveny.
Breakthrough British singer-songwriter James Bay has today (Monday 7 December) been nominated for no fewer than three Grammy Awards.
The Dunwells, the group from Leeds in England with an accomplished brand of Americana, will release their second album Light Up The Sky on 26 February.
From Cream to Sparks, Underworld, Roy Orbison, Simple Minds, The Velvet Underground, Marvin Gaye and Grace Jones: a run down of the best box sets of 2015.
The longlist has been announced for the BBC Music Sound Of 2016, the title won for 2015 by Years & Years and previously by Sam Smith, Adele and others.
Bjork albums Debut, Post, Homogenic, Vespertine, Medúlla, Volta and Biophilia all return to vinyl on 29 January 2016, pressed on heavyweight 180g wax.
Thomas Dybdahl's UK fans had a religious experience in more ways than one last night (26 November), when he played at the church of St-Giles-In-The-Fields.
Island Records' artist-producer-multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt is the winner of the 2016 Critics' Choice Award by the BRIT Awards with MasterCard.
Benjamin Clementine, the singer-songwriter from north London, has won the prestigious 2015 Mercury Prize for his debut album At Least For Now.
The How Did We End Up Here? (Live At Wembley Arena) DVD captures 5 Seconds Of Summer on their first headlining tour during a sell-out show in London.