The 20th century saw battle lines drawn between music-driven youth movements and the state like none before
2016 broke many things – predictions, records, hearts – and will be a tough act to follow, but expect more of the same in 2017, says Coco Khan
The Beatles’ first manager, Allan Williams, has died at 86, it has been announced.
'He will be sorely missed by his family, friends, fellow band members, management, crew and his dedicated legion of fans from throughout the world'
A Canadian police force on Prince Edward Island is threatening drink-drivers with Nickelback – continuing a tried and tested method of punishment
If you’re in search of some good tunes in the Danish capital, here’s where to go, as recommended by those in the know
"It's clever. You can ask for 'sad indie music from the nineties'"
Johnny Rotten announced 40 years ago this month, ‘I am an antichrist...’ heralding the brief heyday of proper music
The band’s new material is glossier than their previous work on record, but it’s clear they’ve not lost touch with their punkish roots
I’ve tried to find Dylan godly, really tried, but to the unloving ear he sounds like a man with a bronchial infection arduously describing his favourite commute
‘We’re going to take you on a journey back to the Nineties... when you could get away with more’
A quartet of visionaries makes an unforgettable noise
Press publishers could also get the right to curb the online use of their articles under the proposed law
'It’s been reported that there are now 20 ways to release an album'
According to Spotify
In an exclusive interview, the Danish producer talks about the catalyst behind his competitive spirit and how ‘a miserable vintage piano’ started his long love affair with music