He says he hates being labelled a rock photographer and anyway, the English have never valued his artistry. So will his new George Clooney film finally bring Anton Corbijn the credibility he craves?
There could be no better illustration of the globe-shrinking power of the internet that Eric Whitacre's 'virtual choir' recording of his own Lux Aurumque.
Antony and the Johnsons' new album features a revealing book of art by Antony Hegarty. He tells Elisa Bray about growing up an outsider
The portentous solemnity of the Hurts hype would be hilarious were it not for the fact that the dapper duo deserve it.
After the hype, can La Roux live up to the hairdo?
The debut of two music charts will provide more exposure for Britain's emerging talent, says Alison Wenham
The electro-pop popettes' third album finds the trio leaving behind the frothy pop of previous efforts and entering a Dark Phase.
Whoops! Pandora suspects someone might have got the wrong end of the fame stick, so to speak.
After making his fortune turning samples of blues records into a soundtrack for a million computer ads, bald vegan god-botherer Moby has fallen back in love with dance music.