'To see you people, singing our song for the whole f**king world, to me, it was the greatest moment of my life'
Could it be a new album? Or the second series of Sonic Highways? Find out on 23 November
You, eating the chicken fingers and talking about your carpet cleaning company, Dave's got his eye on you
Founder Michael Eavis has already booked six headliners for the next two years, so they might have a long wait
PJ Harvey nearly became the new singer with Nirvana at a UK concert last month, Dave Grohl has revealed.
For the majority of the all-seated crowd in Glasgow’s atmospheric underground railway arch venue, the suspicion is they’re here because of the ‘featuring John Paul Jones’ element of tonight’s bill.
This year’s Reading bill looks over-familiar from top to bottom, faithfully reflecting a rock scene desperately waiting for new heroes.
Richfield Avenue, Reading / Bramham Park, Leeds
Amidst the Sunday mudbathing, the novelty of an almost completely redesigned site and some thrilling headline performances, this year's T in the Park was memorable for two very different sets that nailed the spirit of their times. One, although not quite up there with Glastonbury '95, was the latest instalment of Pulp's reunion tour on the Sunday evening, a poignant reminder of just how few contemporary pop artists write from the position of taking a close look at the world around them.
Dave Grohl dreams that Kurt Cobain is still alive and they have reformed Nirvana.
Back to basics time for the Foo Fighters. Well, kinda.
Just because it was recorded in Dave Grohl's garage doesn't make Wasting Light garage-rock, even if it was captured on analogue tape by Nirvana producer Butch Vig.
Ambitious ads are finally back, judging by BBH's spectacular work for Audi. Ian Burrell was on the set
At a time when it's widely assumed that Jack White and a handful of unknown indie chums merits the accolade, Them Crooked Vultures is a supergroup worthy of the term, in the classic rock tradition of Blind Faith and ELP.
You wait more than 30 years for a supergroup and then...
A band picking up some "blog hype" (see below) are the young Canadian band Braids (right). Based in Montreal and comprised of two girls and two boys, the band are unsigned but have released two EPs, with talk of new material to come in the first half of next year. They play a sort of spacey, experimental pop that calls to mind Animal Collective, Broken Social Scene and Telepathe. Download two of their tracks, including the wonderful "Liver and Tan", at tinyurl.com/ya7q5x3.