Good job The Pilot Kids – superb stuff. I won’t pretend I’m not jealous of their talent, because I am. So. Very. Jealous.
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars have been schooled – this version of Uptown Funk is much better! Hats off to these old guys
Are there any songs this fair-skinned fellow cannot perform? Ed Sheeran smashes Christina Aguilera’s Dirrty – thankfully he wasn’t dressed in the music video’s attire.
Musicless music videos are doing the rounds on YouTube at the moment and Uptown Funk being so popular, it wasn’t going to be long before someone removed its music.
This guy is a one-man band and I can’t even tap my head and rub my tummy at the same time. How dare he be so multifunctional.
Peace release their much-anticipated follow up to 2013’s adored ‘In Love’ and despite hoping to avoid the ‘difficult’ tag for follow-up second albums, that particular tag would not be wrong if applied here.
Frontman of Papa Roach, Jacoby Shaddix launches new clothing line Lovers Are Lunatics with designer Jeff Henry.
Kasabian are one of the most commercially successful and universally adored bands of this generation, but can somebody please explain why?
Two quality support acts and an even better received performance by The Pretty Reckless for their ‘Going To Hell’ tour.
20 years since its release, the Gravediggaz are brought back from the dead with their horrorcore classic 6 Feet Deep, serving as proof that those representing the genre of hip-hop need to pop on this record, sit back and learn from their ancestors.
Dave Grohl and Corey Taylor are two guys amongst a staggering list of rock veterans expected to be heard in the debut album by rock supergroup, Teenage Time Killer.
A look at five of the most unusual, striking or surreal album covers for progressive rock bands in the 1970s and how they reflect the existentialism of the genre.
Kurt Cobain fans rejoice! Director Brett Morgen is due to release the first ‘fully authorised’ documentary detailing the grunge icon’s life and art, set to hit our screens in 2015.
Iceage bring their European tour to a close with a blistering set at London’s iconic 100 Club in their only tour date on English soil.
Los Angeles oddball Ariel Pink returns with his first ever album that’s only credited to him but to mixed results with this overly randy adventure