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Duw Duw, Just Peachy Records

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XL Recordings founders Richard Russell and partner Martin Mill's counts Radiohead, The Prodigy and Jack White as well as Adele to their name

Miley Cyrus is on course to top the charts with Wrecking Ball

Controversy twerks: Miley Cyrus on course for chart double with Wrecking Ball and Bangerz

The singer is at the summit of both the midweek singles and albums charts

Album review: Various artists, Red Hot + Fela (Knitting Factory)

Purists will object to the very idea of covering the late Fela Kuti’s songs, but the originals can outstay their welcome. Happily, it turns out that their angular riffs and edgy lyrics have real staying power, as was demonstrated on Red, Hot + Riot a decade ago and now again here with these often radical reinterpretations of the Nigerian legend’s best work.

Miley Cyrus is unrepentant over her controversial new image

Poll: Is Miley Cyrus winning?

Miley Cyrus has dominated pop culture for the past month or two, with a ton of comment following in her wake. This week Sinead O'Connor sent the 20-year-old starlet an open letter, warning about the dangers of being prostituted by the music business. Kirsten Lieb writes for us today on the "sex-first positioning" of young female singers. But was Cyrus right to insist that she's the one in control?

Sinead O'Connor warns Miley Cyrus: 'They will prostitute you for all you are worth'

Has O'Connor forgotten that she was once just as controversial?

Obituary: Prince Jazzbo

Obituary: Prince Jazzbo

Reggae artist and producer

Farid Mammadov of Azerbaijan came second in this year's Eurovision

Eurovision tightens voting rules to combat bribery after Azerbaijan allegations

The Eurovision Song Contest has introduced new rules to combat bribery after supporters of Azerbaijan’s entry were accused of buying votes at this year’s event.

Iron Maiden perform at Ozzfest in 2005

David Cameron appoints Iron Maiden-loving MP Mike Weatherley as music piracy advisor

Mr Weatherley pledged to wear an Iron Maiden T-shirt in the Commons chamber after he was elected in 2010 but was denied by the Speaker

Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos and Prime Minister David Cameron

Do You Want To save the music industry? Franz Ferdinand call on David Cameron for help

Music stars are urging David Cameron to take urgent steps to combat web piracy when the Prime Minister stages a record industry summit on Thursday.

Miley Cyrus in the video for her new single 'Wrecking Ball'

Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball video is watched 19m times in 24 hours

A video in which controversial pop star Miley Cyrus can be seen getting completely naked and gyrating on a giant wrecking ball has been watched more than 19 million times in the past 24 hours.

A urinal from legendary nightspot the Hacienda which is being sold by Mike Shepherd.

Are you taking the piss? Hacienda urinals go on sale for £15,000

Music fans will have to spend more than a penny if they want to get their hands on a unique piece of memorabilia which has come up for sale - the urinals from legendary nightspot the Hacienda.

Album: Norman Watt-Roy, Faith & Grace (Cadiz)

Anyone who's seen Watt-Roy play bass with the Blockheads, before or after Ian Dury, will know what a star he is.

Frank Ocean (left) has a long-running feud with Chris Brown

Chris Brown sued over Frank Ocean fight

Sha'keir Duarte claims he was punched and kicked by a member of the star's entourage

The cover of Lady Gaga's new single 'Applause'

Lady Gaga's new single 'Applause' nears the Top 10 after only seven hours on sale

The track's rush release doesn't seem to have damaged sales

Chris Brown attends a hearing in court

Chris Brown suffers seizure at recording studio because of 'extreme emotional stress, fatigue, legal matters and nonstop negativity'

The 'Look At Me Now' singer suffered a non-epileptic seizure at a Hollywood recording studio on Friday

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