With their fifth album, ‘V’, The Horrors were ready to take on all comers, vigorously enforcing the widely-held belief that...
Thirty-one years after the release of their beloved debut, ‘Dreamboat Annie’, the Wilson sisters make their return with ‘Beautiful Broken’, on 8 July.
John Illsley has announced a new live date with his band (including former Dire Straits colleague and guitarist Phil Palmer) in Norfolk, England on 30 July.
In the final part of uDiscover's series from rare 1995 interviews with Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, they discuss how the Stones sang Dylan.
What were Mick and Keith's favourite live Stones albums before Stripped? Find out in part three of uDiscover's rare interview audio series.
Part 2 of uDiscover's exclusive Stripped interview archive with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, today remembering European club shows by the Stones in 1995.
Initially released in 1993, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ ‘Greatest Hits’ 2LP is being reissued, and collects 19 Heartbreakers and Petty solo classics.
To mark the the Rolling Stones' Totally Stripped album, uDiscover presents super-rare 1995 interviews with Mick and Keith, today with part 1 of 4.
'All Right Now' was on the third album by Free, Fire and Water, but by then it was already a top ten UK hit, making its UK chart debut on 6 June,...
KT Tunstall marked the upcoming release of her new Golden State EP last night (31 May) with her first London show for three years at the Tabernacle.
A Tribute To Keith Moon: There Is No Substitute, a new tribute to the late Who drummer compiled by Ian Snowball, has been newly published by Omnibus Press.
The unmistakable sound of Peter Gabriel's 1977 favourite 'Solsbury Hill' ring out loud and clear in the trailer for Pixar's upcoming Finding Dory.
Radiohead's current sellout three-night engagement at London's Roundhouse is attracting rave reviews, as the band showcase their A Moon Shaped Pool album.
The Rolling Stones - Totally Stripped Trailer
Reissued on 15 July, Hater’s self-titled debut is a much-loved cult record that reveals a different side of the grunge explosion of the 90s.
Nine Allman Brothers albums, including ‘At Fillmore East’, are being reissued on 180g vinyl, with a limited edition peach crate box set housing all of them.