Truly making its mark on popular culture, ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ took Demi Lovato’s career to a whole new level, making...
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.
James Bay gets back to his early gigging roots in this video for his forthcoming single 'If You Ever Want To Be In Love.'
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.
Elton John has been talking about his upcoming album Wonderful Crazy Night, his expectations for it and how he enjoyed making it in a live atmosphere.
The original soundtrack of the acclaimed, highly successful 'Amy' featuring Amy Winehouse is out on Friday (30), and you can listen to the sampler here.
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness is set to be a big seller and the single, ‘Cecilia and the Satellite’ a huge hit
Listen to Kacey Musgraves' cover of ‘A Spoonful of Sugar,' the much-loved song from Mary Poppins, from the forthcoming, all-star We Love Disney album.
Florence + the Machine and former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes are among the nominees for the 2015 Mercury Prize, revealed on BBC 6 Music on Oct 16.
Squeeze celebrated the success of their new Cradle To The Grave album in style as their current tour arrived at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Jewel's Picking Up The Pieces album, released in the US last month on Sugar Hill, will be issued internationally by Decca on 30 October.