Leeds Festival often gets over-shadowed by its counterpart Reading, and has a reputation for a weakened line up. But this year, Festival Republic put on a fantastic weekend, and here is why…
Playin Me sees Cooly G staking a place as a fine purveyor of digital soul
There’s not one false note in “The Punk Syndrome,” the thrilling portrait of Pertti Kurikka’s Name Day, a socially minded and politically incorrect quartet of kick-ass musicians – who happen to be mentally disabled, and the real rebellious deal.
Last Days here is the riveting story of Pentagram lead singer Bobby Liebling, a hard rock legend and hardcore addict who, as one of Liebling’s friends puts it, sold his soul a long time ago – and is now fighting like hell to get it back, one piece at a time.
Long before anyone else, had heard of Gaga, Mark Bowden predicted which songs would be dancefloor hits. Here he selects some of his favorite DJ podcasts for us.
The perfect ambassador for all things Sweden is famous for, Ace of Base’s Ulf Elkberg takes us on a tour of Stockholm and shares us some of his secrets about the town.
Amy Winehouse was born into a musical environment in which the dead-end kitsch of celebrity tabloid “journalism” and reality television were the truly dominant artforms of the age. It is that disenchanted world, in many ways, which was the subject of her art.
Canadian electropop group the Junior Boys have released a string of consistently great albums, and new record It’s All True is not exception.
Over 3 days, the Ibiza Music Summit brought together artists, major international brands and industry heavyweights. Victoria Aiken talks to some of the main players.
The Book of Mormon soundtrack tries, with varying degrees of success, to satirize three different subjects: Mormons, Broadway and Western ignorance about Africa, respectively.