16 cases of the illness have been linked to Glastonbury alone
The BRIT award winner's last was four years ago; his next, well, that's anyone's guess. Stop being such a tease, Frank
From Parquet Courts via Bob Dylan to They Might Be Giants: elected representatives in lyrics or titles
The families of the indie four-piece thank fans for sending the band's album to the top of the charts
The Manchester outfit failed to deliver on the complexity of their recorded work in London
The Chilcot report has delivered a damning verdict on Tony Blair’s involvement in the Iraq War, but what happens when said politician declares he’s a fan?
Citadel Festival returns to London on Sunday 17th July
'We have responded in the only way we could: through song,' said Simon Sharp, artistic director of the London Gay Men's Choir
A memoir that mixes autobiography with rock-star encounters
Organisers have since claimed they will rectify their oversight with second lineup announcement
Plectrums at the ready, the series that aims to unearth an axe-wielding superstar is back. The music legends on the judging panel reveal just what they’re looking for...
After four years away, the Australian pop-rockers return triumphantly with songs from their new album ‘Thick as Theives’
The first pieces of software from the Magenta project will be released at the start of June
When everyone strives to sound just like Adele or Westlife, something has been lost
Years following the 1916 carnage at Mametz Wood, artist-poet David Jones wrote his First World War epic poem, In Parenthesis. Blending reportage, eulogy and autobiography with historical collective dream, the combination proves eloquent in composer Iain Bell’s new operatic setting, commissioned by the Welsh National Opera for its 70th anniversary season to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
As he releases his 15th studio album, the French composer and music producer discusses his four-decade career