LCD Soundsystem’s legacy might yet extend beyond their music.
X-Factor has returned, as predictably as the annual bout of the common cold, turning sensible people (me) into snivelling addicts.
Tom Ingham chats to Brendan Brown, Wheatus frontman, about what life is like having such a hit song.
New albums just don’t have the same impact anymore because the music is all too easy to come by.
Scroobius Pip chats to Elisha Mansuroglu about Beach Break, Celebrity Big Brother and the possibility of shaving his beard off.
A tale of blossoming electronic romance between Skrillex and Ellie Goulding.
Dan Jones provides us with his 4 favourite songs in the much overlooked genre of funk.
The Vaccines are no cure to the musical stagnation in the indie scene.
A bigger kinda beauty, people!
Detroit may have Motown, L.A. may have Dr. Dre, New Orleans may have Fats Domino, but we’ve got Shaun Ryder.
As the Beach Boys celebrate their 50th anniversary tour, trawling the length and breadth of America and Europe off the back of their 30th studio album, one must hark back to pop music’s golden age. The Beach Boys were once part of one of pop music’s most notorious duels, in constant competition with four mop-haired […]
Its creation gave the house movement a home in Manchester, and its legacy remains to this day.
The Manchester University Music Society is one of the largest and most active music societies in the country.
I’ll always have infinitely more respect for Lou Reed collaborating with Metallica than any indie clone band.
As physical music sales plummet, independent record stores are becoming all the more vital to a sustainable future for the record industry.
Davy Jones will forever be remembered as one of the first true popstars, a charismatic performer and an incredible human being.