“She’s back and with a slightly different sound.” Head of Relations Georgia reviews Adele’s 25.
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David Gilmour’s fourth studio album beat Lana Del Rey to the top spot of the UK album chart this week.
Rising to fame in 2011 with ‘Video Games’ and its Instagram-style hipster video, Lana Del Rey was one of the most hyped acts at the beginning of the year, producing the magnificent Born To Die.
This week is a lot more mellow than last week in live-streams. From hip hop to country to indie, Live Editor, Jo Lisney gives us the rundown of what we should be streaming this week!
Alice Fortt discuses the lack of female headliners at Reading 2021 and the festivals lack of gender equality.
It’s that time of year again – but who is headlining this year’s iconic festival?
Maddie Lock challenges Billboard to think outside the box when nominating artists for this prestigious award.
Lizzo, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X lead this year’s nominees – see who else is nominated here.
“We just want people to listen to our music and forget about the world outside” – An Interview with The Howlers
We had a chat with The Howlers, the band ready to take over the indie rock scene.
Your weekly round up of the biggest new releases!
The 2019 edition of Lollapalooza Paris will feature sets from the likes of Twenty One Pilots, Martin Garrix, The Strokes and Migos.
Writer Joanne Lisney reviews Three Days Grace’s brilliant gig at The Pyramids Centre in Portsmouth
Tom Hills leads you through the best of this year’s Lovebox festival, from the rising stars to the simply unmissable talents, coming to London this July.
Sophie Jones reviews dodie’s biggest headline show to date at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Easter Sunday (01/04/2018).