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Does success in one genre guarantee it in another?
Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale are reuniting with Jamie Lloyd directing
Performed by The Tiger Lillies and Laura Caldow
The French electronica duo were photographed while going through security
The pop star and his ‘people’ made sure they threw fans a musical tit-bit before he handed himself in at a Toronto police station
The US rockers will join Calvin Harris and Biffy Clyro at the top of the bill
He's hardly misleading the youth: Generation Y has turned into Generation Y Bother Getting High, It’ll Stop You From Getting A Job
The Academy has disqualified Bruce Broughton's song 'Alone Yet Not Alone'
The British boy band beat Eminem, Katy Perry and Justin Timberlake
While I was on holiday in Sydney last September, I got into a taxi with a dashboard festooned with five mobile devices, hanging off a variety of mounts, and all presumably providing critical information to the driver.
Austin John Marshall, record producer, folk-revival ideas man, lyricist and songwriter, performance poet and muralist, created, nurtured or acted as cultural midwife to many strands of art. His fingerprints are all over Shirley Collins & Davy Graham's folk roots, new routes, Shirley & Dolly Collins' magnum opus Anthems in Eden, Ultravox!'s pre-Midge Ure incarnation Tiger Lily and English songwriter Steve Ashley's groundbreaking Stroll On. He also contributed footage to Peter Neal's Jimi Hendrix film Rainbow Bridge (1972) and to the Incredible String Band's film Be Glad for the Song Has No Ending (1970).
The frontman has called for a halt to medical advances which could extend mortality well beyond the age of 100
The National are Ellis' favourite band
The Radio 1 DJ is the ex-girlfriend of convicted Lost Prophets singer, who infamously used the phrase to make light of his crimes
The rapper notched up the plays after collaborating with Imagine Dragons
The website that aims to let users 'annotate the world's text' has launched its first iPhone app following a spat with Google