As a former couple go to court in a bid to carve up their record collection, Tom Hodgkinson rejoices in the fact that our love affair with vinyl is far from over
The rock singer Ian Watkins is to stand trial tomorrow accused of two separate counts of raping a baby, sexually assaulting a baby, and conspiring to rape a child.
All evidence of commitments made between 2000 and 2010 have disappeared from ahead of re-launch
Miley Cyrus's twerking focuses national outrage on the sexualised and racist nature of what under-18s get to see
Reggae artist and producer
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.
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
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.
The track's rush release doesn't seem to have damaged sales
The 'Look At Me Now' singer suffered a non-epileptic seizure at a Hollywood recording studio on Friday
Daft Punk may be the most successful act since Kiss to make an impact while disguising their identities, but they are not alone. A psychedelic outfit claiming to hail from the backwoods of Sweden have been causing a stir while hiding behind ritualistic masks, and telling an unlikely backstory.
Razorlight's Johnny Borrell is the latest star to suffer as a solo act
Douglas Coupland was all set to interview Morrissey. And then the sleeping pills kicked in…
The Rolling Stones might have been who everybody talked about, but Glastonbury’s final headliners seem to have benefitted most from their exposure on the Pyramid stage this weekend as Mumford & Sons are heading for number one – despite not having released a new record.
Leanne Mitchell, the winner of last year's The Voice whose debut album was a huge flop, has complained that she has been made a "scapegoat".
Belu, the social enterprise bottled water company which hands all of its profits to the charity Water Aid, has won a £100,000 contract to supply dining rooms, canteens and select committee meetings at the House of Commons and House of Lords.