The death of her mother and the collapse of a major-label deal sent Alice Gold on a journey, both literally and metaphorically, the singer-songwriter tells Gillian Orr
Kate Moss has reportedly hired a team of transvestites to chaperone guests at her wedding.
Despite Glastonbury's moves ever further mainstream, London's mud-free alternative remains distinctive. Who could imagine Somerset hosting a tent-full of fans crooning "Lifted" by Nineties soul-poppers Lighthouse Family?
Glastonbury might have sold out months ago, but if you're looking for a festival fix, there are plenty of available options on the Continent. Laura Holt runs through the revelry
Kate Moss has reportedly got engaged to her rocker boyfriend Jamie Hince.
At this time of year Kenya's great plain is packed with animals – and they put on a real-life horror show
The Dead Weather, for the slow of uptake, are Alison Mosshart from the Kills, Jack White and some stray Raconteurs/Greenhornes.
Karen Elson is the latest model to try her hand at making a pop album. Fiona Sturges looks at the successes and, more commonly, the failures of models-turned-would-be rock stars
It was the sunniest weekend in years. But who were the hits? What did the fans wear? And what were the stars Tweeting about on Worthy Farm?
Jack's back – and this time, he's just one of the band
Andy Warhol would have loved Pam Hogg. Resplendent in fringed ivory wool bolero jacket, zip-fronted black Spandex top with gleaming gold lightning stripes, and skin-tight optic-print leggings, all topped off with her trademark candyfloss pink curls, she herself is clearly among her greatest creations. With her opalescent green eyes, preternaturally pale powdered skin and full mouth painted a violent red there is more than a little of the living doll about her. Not that this should be misread as sugar-sweet: Hogg's throaty Glaswegian delivery and raucous explosions of laughter – not to mention a crucifix tattooed from wrist-bone to knuckles on her left hand – give the lie to that.
The first record I bought was…
I don’t honestly remember. There was no place to buy records where I was living, so I used to tape songs off the radio and listen to them on my Walkman.