Rock & Pop

Pink Floyd: The Endless River

David Gilmour’s 2006 solo album On an Island was promoted with the slogan, “The Voice and Guitar of Pink Floyd”.

McBusted - McBusted

This is th first album to combine the talents of Busted and McFly combined. It includes the hit song 'Air Guitar' as well as 'Hate Your Guts' and 'Sensitive Guy'. "It's a success as bafflingly impressive as the back story." (The Arts Desk) "Their d

III - Take That

This is the group's seventh album and their first as a trio. It includes the number one single 'These Days'. "Its intentions are straightforward, to entertain, make fans happy and keep the show on the road" - Telegraph

On the Road Again Tour - One Direction

One of the world's biggest bands One Direction are returning to the UK next year to perform a string of dates for their UK based fans. Performing tracks from their brand new album as well as their much loved hits.

No Fixed Address - European Tour - Nickelback

Rock band Nickelback are supporting their latest album No Fixed Address by heading off on a massive European tour, finishing at Wembley Arena on the 24th November. Since 1996, when they first came on the scene, Nickelback have become one of the bigges

Take That, III, album review: 'straightforward fun'

Take That's seventh album is the usual sleek, crowd-pleasing pop, says Neil McCormick.

Take That – III first listen review: 'From electro-tinged paranoia to singalongs'

Take That released their first album as a three-piece this morning. Our official Barlow & Co correspondent was on hand to give his first impressions.

AC/DC, Rock or Bust, review: 'vertebrae-jolting stuff'

The heavy metal band end their tumultuous year with a solid, Glastonbury-ready record, says Helen Brown.

CD: McBusted - McBusted

The story of Busted and McFly was a weird case of pop lightning striking twice. Busted, an early 2000s attempt to put together a boyband-with-guitars for girls who don't like boybands, was a huge success – not least because one of its members, James Bou

AC/DC: Rock or Bust review – business as usual, and how

According to Heraclitus of Ephesus (c535-475 BC), there is no constant in the world but change.