If you're going to take money to make branded content for a car company best to do it in the most extravagant, fun and expensive way you can.
Remember sheet music? It's back in fashion. Rhodri Marsden tries to strike the right chord
For some music fans, digital MP3 files aren't a patch on old-fashioned vinyl. But now the singer-songwriter Beck is delving further into the past by releasing an album that will be published entirely as individual pieces of sheet music.
The London electro-pop group Sunless '97 have been gaining in momentum since the December release of their debut EP, Making Waves.
R.E.M's 15th album could trade places with almost any of the previous 14.
B&S's eighth studio album comes after a four-and-a-half year wait, but the hiatus hasn't altered them one jot.
The sudden death of Sir Christopher Moran, who collapsed while taking part in a triathlon at the age of 54, means the RAF has lost an officer who looked destined to lead the force. As Commander in Chief Headquarters Air Command, he was the RAF's second most senior officer. He was widely tipped to become Chief of the Air Staff, having risen steadily through the ranks since winning his wings in 1978.
Kings of Convenience are Norway's answer to Simon and Garfunkel – and have a tense dynamic to match. Rob Sharp meets them
The Björk comparisons are going to get dull but at this point they're spot-on – although this is the Björk of "It's Oh So Quiet" rather than more, erm, experimental efforts.
Glenn Beck is the fastest-rising star on American TV. He's part of a right-wing broadcasting boom that's become the most powerful opposition to the President. Guy Adams reports
The first two seconds of Junior are laughter, which tells you more than words ever could about the overriding playfulness of the album.
Röyksopp are known for their eerie and atmospheric instrumentals. The Norwegians tell James McNair why their latest album is full of pop songs