The much sought after Bingo Hand Job ‘Live At The Borderline 1991’ was released as part of this year’s Record Store Day 2019 vinyl. We'll also include an exclusive poster with only...
The R.E.M. frontman performed two new songs ‘Your Capricious Soul’ and ‘Drive To The Ocean’ during his opening set for Patti Smith.
Available for the first time on vinyl in over 15 years, the album includes 18 songs from the Athens, GA alt-rockers, spanning 1988’s 'Green' to 2001’s 'Reveal', plus two previously unreleased tracks.
The annual Record Store Day offers music lovers the chance to pick up exclusive releases and support their favourite record store at the same time.
Hailed as the birthplace of both the blues and rock’n’roll, Memphis, Tennessee, is a must-visit city for music lovers around the world.
There are no shortage of romantic songs for Valentine’s Day, but for those who aren’t in love, we have the Anti-Valentine’s Day Playlist.
Part 3 in the audio series features archive interviews with Michael Stipe and Peter Buck, and excerpts from their box set and album of performances aired by the BBC.
uDiscover Music’s new three-part R.E.M. podcast looks at key stages in the band’s career, with rare interviews and live performances.
Offering an embarrassment of riches for collectors and audiophiles alike, these are the best box sets for Christmas 2018 wishlists.
This Christmas’ best indie music gifts are an embarrassment of riches for anyone still living the dreamy optimism of the 90s and early 00s.
R.E.M. booked a five-night stand at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre, lasting from 30 June to 5 July 2007, with advance billing referring to the shows as “public rehearsals”.
The pioneering archival Facebook Live broadcast is happening right now.
In both critical and artistic terms, ‘Automatic For The People’ arguably remains R.E.M’s high-water mark. Nominated for Album Of The Year at the 1993 Grammy Awards, it continues to attract plaudits from...
This version of 'Green' highlight 'Orange Crush' was recorded live for Mark and Lard on BBC Radio 1 and first broadcast on 15 October 2003.
LGBTQ musicians haven’t always benefitted from today’s attitudes towards sexuality, but many pioneers fought for LGBTQ rights in the mainstream.