Singer-songwriter is coming to Fiddler's Green in March

The arrival of Django Django’s debut album is almost a riposte to the recent onslaught of hot tips for 2012

If this album does one thing it is to prove Portico Quartet is not a jazz band

X Factor winner on music, divas and the truth about Simon Cowell

What does the rapper do between emceeing and delivering soul-steeped vocals

Hazy and whacked-out FX-heavy ragas are like adverts for altered states

Catchy pop is Rihanna's specialty. Is it any good?

DJ/producer-turned-frontman Mark Ronson talks to Kim Taylor Bennett

Soldier-turned-rapper, Richmond Shaw has just released his first track about Bahrain

The follow-up to their UK debut takes the clichéd notion of the ‘sonic cathedral’ and twists it like a Rubik’s Cube.

Ollie Jones built his first beats when he was just 15, which means he’s been working as a producer (and DJ) for nine years

We never thought we would ever write this, but people really ought to start bands with their old babysitters more often.

It’s something of an obsession, this fascination of Win Butler’s with the potency of childhood memory and leaving home

Gray’s 2007 album, Big, was always going to be a tough act to follow, but three years on, she may just have nailed it

There’s nothing unexpected about Canadian singer-songwriter McLachlan’s latest venture, which is probably why it will work

It’s easy to hate Sting, but what do you think of his music

Back in 2004 we interviewed Razorlight’s newest recruit, drummer Andy Burrows

Maybe rhyming’s not really your thing, but you watched Eight Mile to see Eminem in his wife-beater

Mark Bowen and Dick Green celebrate 10 years in the biz

Dull record-label legal wranglings meant the musical project of Sparklehorse and Danger Mouse

Where this London quartet’s last, synth-splashed record was giddy with the thrills of being 21

There are many things you can do only once


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