Ronnie Spector and Mark Knopfler also join the lineup for the Roxy Music frontman’s new studio album, Avonmore
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In the moments she departs from the arena-R&B rulebook, Jessie J looks capable of finding a signature style that might put her in the A-league, writes Mark Beaumont
The American folk-rocker takes an exhilarating journey from the angry 90s to new material about marriage and motherhood, writes Robin Denselow
This Camden club is a hangover from a previous generation of music venues – but it still feels like a natural home for rock’n’roll
Imaginative earslips have always been part of pop, but can the ease of a quick online reference kill the joy of creative mishearing?
Singer hints that she will leave the multi-million selling band, claiming, ‘I have a lot more that I want to do with my life’
James Dean Bradfield, Nicky Wire and Sean Moore will play a series of shows in December, celebrating 20 years since their third album was released
Billboard No 1 artist, who rose to prominence with the song All About That Bass, is reluctant to associate with the term
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Australian anthems: A mid-90s classic when reggae and dancehall invaded the charts and Andre swapped his mum jeans for megahunk status, writes Clem Bastow
Not all adolescents are the porn-guzzling layabouts the media may have led you to believe. Listen to this tender 19-year-old’s first song - premiered here - and let us know what you make of it
Iggy Pop is to deliver the John Peel lecture in October, on ‘free music in a capitalist society’. What might it look like if it were delivered entirely using his own lyrics?
Have a listen to Christopher Owens’ latest album – inspired by country and gospel – and let us know your thoughts
The legendary Thriller producer on legalising drugs, dealing with Jacko’s snake ... and why Hitler was on cocaine