The Last Shadow Puppets finish off their second cycle with live EP The Dream Synopsis.
Ten years ago four teenagers from Sheffield created one of the most significant albums in British music history.
Retreating away from the turmoil of early 70s America, Sly & The Family Stone created the legendary “There’s A Riot Goin’ On.”
“We’re just trying to make music for the times. We’re trying to show the subculture. So when people pick up the album ten years from now, they’ll know what was going on.”
After Leonard Cohen’s death last week, take a look into his creative processes and see how he became one of the most revered songwriter’s in history.
“I honestly felt we were redeeming rock and roll. I felt that what we were doing at that point was what rock and roll should be. Except it was modern, it was futuristic. My attitude was that it should be a celebratory, euphoric, ecstatic experience.”
Take a closer look at the Desert Trip with the likes of Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan combining to create one epic line up.
After its 16th year anniversary last week we revisit Radiohead’s fourth studio album ‘Kid A’, where anxieties and self-doubts were distilled into an electronic masterpiece.
Nicolas Jaar returns on his sophomore solo album “Sirens”, where he utilises all the tricks and techniques he has learnt over the years to create a complex and darkly beautiful record.
What started out as an attempt at a political campaign song turned into a number one hit for John Lennon and The Beatles. However, the consequences of it stretched far beyond its initial chart run and plagued Lennon for years afterwards.