Music’s myriad subgenres and biggest starss have inspired some of the best documentaries ever made. Here are the ones you need to see.
We unveil the candidates in our Top 10 Election Songs for the upcoming UK Election, though these election songs could be used for any political battle!
As we anxiously count down the days until 22 April, check out some of the exclusive Record Store Day releases that have been announced for 2017.
One of the wildest music genres has some wild gigs to match.
How well do you know The Sex Pistols? Are you a fan of the UK’s most notorious punk band? Test yourself with the uDiscover Sex Pistols music quiz - it’s hard but...
Joe Corré, the son of the late Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burning his punk memorabilia.
8 May 1965. When DA Pennebaker pointed his camera at Bob Dylan in a London alley, did he realise he was making what many consider to be the most influential music video...
There is something to be said for a particular room - or theatre or space - which offers a certain feeling that can never really be succinctly recreated.
Representing two very different stages in John Lydon’s career ‘Metal Box’ and ‘Album’ are being reissued in super deluxe editions on 28 October.
Defiantly anti-establishment, punk’s DIY stance shocked the music industry in the 70s, but its influence can still be felt today - as uDiscover reveals.
The Who released their final 15 singles across four decades, each one finding the band restlessly creative, taking on punk and returning the rock opera.
Four historic 1976 concerts by the Sex Pistols will be anthologised for the first time on a new 4CD, 4LP and digital release by UMG on 19 August.
A new documentary about the Sex Pistols gig at Manchester's Lesser Free Trade Hall on 4 June, 1976 will be aired tonight (1) by BBC Radio 2.
Collecting a number of iconic photos, three key exhibitions in London show that punk's aesthetic was as important as the music and politics.
The house that was the 1970s base of the Sex Pistols, in London's famous former “Tin Pan Alley,” Denmark Street, has been given Grade II* listed status.
While music journalism can be biased, disposable or sink to self-indulgent waffle, it’s served as a fertile breeding ground for incisive, informed writers.