Lily Allen visits the Guardian's studio to perform a live version of Our Time, the third single from her soon-to-be-released third album
President says the DJ and producer 'helped open minds and bring people together'
Everyone's favourite pianist Jools Holland is back with another series of Later..., and this week he's invited his friends Paolo, Neil and Joan over for a singsong. Here's a liveblog about it all.
The multimillionaire superstar told Oprah Winfrey that being successful is not about skin colour, but a state of mind. Some say he just got lucky ...
Loose Tubes, the boundary-busting jazz orchestra who once played a Debenhams escalator, are back. They explain why they feel it's time to return to their glorious controlled chaos. By John Fordham
The indie torch-song aesthetic of her early material has gradually morphed into an accessible soul adventurism, writes Mark Beaumont
Sohn's steady, clean voice is adept at riding melancholic climaxes, but it's the lighter songs that reveal his sure pop touch, writes Betty Clarke
PiL guitarist Keith Levene, who quit band after disagreements over the album, will call new version Commercial Zone 2014, writes Sean Michaels
Hints on the band's official Facebook page, combined with comments made by Pete Doherty, suggest the band could reunite for a big money show
The tiny club where rock legend Alan McGee discovered Oasis is a hothouse for new talent – and a stomping ground for established acts. No wonder it attracts the young, beautiful and often broke
Guitarist who suffered stroke in 2004 tells AC/DC founder to 'never give up' as he takes break from Aussie band
His first play was based on a Tom Waits song and his latest work was inspired by Thom Yorke. Simon Stephens tells Matt Trueman why he just can't write without music
From Punk Rock to Motortown, Simon Stephens's plays have always had a distinctive sound. Listen to a song for each title in his back catalogue
After a bellyaching tour through his early singles, Captain Blunt cranks up the volume and unstiffens his upper lip, writes Caroline Sullivan
Former Factory acts Crispy Ambulance and Minny Pops are reformed and re-energised, while Bethany Cassidy gives the family group a brilliant makeover, writes Dave Simpson