Brett Anderson: 'Suede need to make an album'

Suede frontman Brett Anderson says the band could split up again if they can't make a new album worth releasing.

Trent Reznor urges fans not to buy Nine Inch Nails reissue

Trent Reznor has urged fans not to buy the new Nine Inch Nails release.

Video: The Wanted mock Parade

The Wanted have started a battle of the bands as they take the mick out of girl group Parade.

The Horrors know fame is nothing to be frightened of

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The Fulham Mitre

A modern family-run pub offering a friendly atmosphere at the heart of residential Fulham. A spacious garden seats more than 75 people, making the Mitre a desired watering hole, noted for its great food.

81 Dawes Road, Fulham, London SW6 7DU 020-7386 8877; www.fulhammitre.com

Editor-At-Large: Ideals go overboard when it comes to choosing a school

Don't you love the way alleged socialists and the community-minded middle classes justify their biggest act of hypocrisy – claiming that they want better education for all, while paying through the nose to send their offspring to private schools? Marcus Brigstocke, a pleasant enough comedian, has been doing a bit of hand wringing, telling this paper last week, "I have ethical problems with it [my choice] but... I think this is the best environment for them". Rich people always use the feeblest excuses to justify paying to segregate their children from the rest.

Letter from the editor: Glastonbury experiences

I knew it was tragic before the words were out of my mouth. We were bantering – as you do – in a lame attempt to divert ourselves from the grim news in today’s i when we began reminiscing about Glastonbury experiences.

Take centre stage: Festival fashion

Some festival-goers manage to stay cool come rain or shine, says Harriet Walker. The secret is to pick your style tribe and dress the part

Video: Syrian troops unearth mass grave

Troops involved in a crackdown in Jisr al-Shughour say they have found the graves of ten troops killed by anti-government protestors.

The Joy Formidable, Koko, London

A musical myth was put forward at the start of this year – someone, somewhere proclaimed that guitar rock was dead. Clearly, whoever revved up that particular bandwagon had never heard Welsh trio The Joy Formidable play live.

Olympics ticket bills delayed until Monday

Olympics ticket hopefuls will now not be billed until next Monday at the earliest, the Games organisers have announced.

Jon Savage: Punk may be dead but its spirit lives on

The premature death of Poly Styrene is a sad occasion for anyone who knew her or was touched by the extraordinary music that she made under her own name and with her group X-Ray Spex, who, for a couple of years, were among the most innovative and trenchant of all the British punk groups.

The story of my life: Designer Sebastian Conran allies punk with puns

From punk upstart to establishment sophisticate: Sebastian Conran's home tells us all we need to know about the design scion's love of colour and a good pun
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