The Rend Collective's 5th album due out on 21 August is fabulous and so you better prepare to be uplifted
Van Alexander, the bandleader, arranger and composer who co-wrote ‘A-Tisket A-Tasket’ by Chick Webb and his Orchestra with Ella Fitzgerald, has died at 100.
The 1972 Wishbone Ash album 'Argus' has finally achieved officlal gold certification in the UK, 43 years later.
Tame Impala, the recording name of Australian Kevin Parker, are winning widespread acclaim for the new album ‘Currents,' released worldwide on Friday (17).
Progressive guitar hero Steve Hackett will celebrate his early solo years with the ‘Premonitions - The Charisma Recordings 1975-1983' box set in October.
The Chemical Brothers' ‘Born In The Echoes,’ released in most countries July 17, is certain to amplify their reputation as masters of global club culture
The impending centenary of Frank Sinatra’s birth will be further celebrated on August 7 when the great entertainer is honoured at the BBC Proms.
‘Trouble,’ the lead single from Keith Richards’ upcoming solo album ‘Crosseyed Heart,’ has made its debut today via iHeart Radio. Listen to it here.
Devon Allman has been talking about his place in the Allman dynasty, as his father Gregg prepares for a transatlantic trip...
If you love the Blues then you’ll love George Thorogood. He is one of those guitarists who just oozes the blues, effortlessly and with passion to burn.
An unforgettable private concert for just 500 people, featuring Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and Eddie Vedder, awaits the winner of a fundraising raffle.
French duo Aufgang are spreading their breezy, disco-influenced synth-pop sound across Europe, on Blue Note France, with the new single 'Summer.'
Influential American electronic duo Suicide returned to London on Thursday (9) at Doug Aitken’s Station To Station exhibition. Read Rolo McGinty's review.
Benjamin Booker, the New Orleans-based singer-songwriter, has performed a new version of Patsy Cline’s 1957 classic ‘Walkin’ After Midnight.’
Diana Ross has paid tribute to Michael Masser, writer of some of the best-loved ballads of the past 40 years, after his death on Thursday (July 9).