Randall Miller is reportedly hoping to restart production of his film in June, following the death of a camera assistant in February
A new study shows that 15% of people who purchase music don't plan to play it. It sounds crazy, but you might have done it yourself …
After a tumultuous two years for Banks, the Bloc Party frontman has urged her to start a new album from scratch, writing in an open letter 'don't lose heart, you still have it in you'
It's the return of the BBC's flagship music show, featuring a diverse array of stellar guests, from Elbow to Engelbert
The Dutch gothic metal band are complete hokum – and make splendidly overwrought music with razor-sharp, infectious melodies, writes Ian Gittins
Ray Davies's brother is the man who once slashed his guitar amp with a razor and this gig showed his harder, metal edge, writes Mark Beaumont
With stories swirling that AC/DC are to call it a day, our unofficial Akker-Dakker correspondent picks his highlights from their catalogue
Europe's largest indoor pop venue attracts artists who know how to fill a vast space, from the Rolling Stones to Kylie Minogue
With the release of the solo album Homo Erraticus, Jethro Tull frontman calls prog-rock band's catalogue 'historical'
The Swedish singer and the Norwegian DJs's five-song collection, Do It Again, was inspired by sculpture, rave music and 'big thumping house'
The 'rockney' duo's familiar knees-up blend of rock'n'roll, music hall and boogie-woogie have 'em dancing in the aisles, writes Dave Simpson
Produced by the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, the singer unveils her first single from the forthcoming album Ultraviolence
A new interview with the pop star claims that her forthcoming third is dedicated to the late singer, who she feels a strong connection to
Jarvis Cocker's 1995 single beat the Verve's Bittersweet Symphony and Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger and Wonderwall in a BBC Radio poll, voted for by over 30,000 listeners