The Johnnie Taylor album containing 'Cheaper To Keep Her,' ‘Standing In For Jody’ and other gems has become a Stax classic.
To celebrate Bastille Day, we've picked some revolutionary French musicians who defined popular music in France
Beastie Boys always seemed to be pushing their music forward, while simultaneously borrowing heavily from their past
Individually and collectively, The I-Threes were a powerful and unique unit that helped lift Bob Marley’s music even higher.
'Born To Be Wild' was an anthem to rebellion, the ultimate biker song and an iconic rock original.
Ravi Coltrane discusses the legacy of his father, John Coltrane, and the historical importance of ‘Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album’.
Launched during punk’s first wave, Mark Perry’s ‘Sniffin’ Glue’ fanzine captured the scene in its purest form and went on to shape the future of fanzines.
On 13 July 1985, Live Aid, the dual concert at Wembley Stadium and JFK Stadium featured some of the greatest performances by rock royalty in history.
It was a tale involving an American hit that Oldfield didn’t approve of, a hit horror film, a complete rearrangement and Richard Branson’s sister.
Though 7” singles often drive a rabid reggae collectors market, the best reggae vinyl can take the shape of classic albums – as this guide to 10 essential reggae LPs shows.
uDiscover offers an introduction the best of K-pop: a furious mix of colourful videos, meticulously choreographed dance moves and ebulliently catchy tunes.
On the chart of 11 July 1964, Sam scored his final soul chart-topper.
With ‘Handsworth Revolution’, Steel Pulse proved they had plenty to say, creating a landmark release in UK reggae in the process.
‘High’n’Dry’ proved to be the record on which Def Leppard’s distinctive, arena-slaying sound emerged, setting them on the path to world domination.
Roy Orbison, Rick Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more covered Hank's 'You Win Again.'