From murky origins, goth music made its first stirrings in the late 70s and early 80s, coming into the light with the likes of Siouxsie Sioux and The Cure.
Too often remembered for its clichés, 80s music actually has far more to offer than many remember – and it's cooler than you think.
Praised by Robert Smith as having “a real fantastic freshness about it”, ‘The Head On The Door’ was the album that turned The Cure into global stars.
The track comes from their highly-acclaimed show at London's Meltdown Festival in 2018
Indie music is one of pop’s most nebulous genres. Initially a home for misfits, indie rock has gone mainstream – and shows no signs of stopping.
From songs by The Beatles to Rick Wakeman, Metallica to The Rolling Stones, uDiscover Music uncovers the best songs inspired by books.
Directed by Tim Pope, the film includes the alt-rock legends' landmark, 40th anniversary Meltdown and Hyde Park concerts from 2018.
The album, which made its UK chart debut on 6 July 2002, signalled the arrival of Plant's new band, Strange Sensation.
Frontman Robert Smith said of the much-acclaimed show, “It was a fabulous day none of us will ever forget.”
The best Cure songs reveal the remarkable breadth and depth of a group that can switch with ease from challenging, introspective music to life-affirming pop tunes.
The best Glastonbury performances have not only defined careers, they’ve made musical history. These 30 festival highlights reveal why.
The Cure are also set to headline Glastonbury 2019 and are completing their long-awaited new album.
According to The Cure's Robert Smith, the band's 2018 Hyde Park show was "a fabulous day none of us will ever forget”.
An ambitious 20-track double-album, The Cure’s atypically accessible ‘Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me’ has gone on to fascinate whole new generations of fans.
After the promise of the ‘Killing An Arab' single came the LP arrival of 20-year-old Robert Smith and the band.