The Velvet Underground Foggy Notion: hear an unreleased mix

Weve got a previously unreleased mix of this Velvet Underground classic for you have a listen and let us know what you think.

Behind the beat: Savages and Bo Ningen on how dadaism inspired Words to the Blind video

Savages and Bo Ningen discuss their collaboration Words to the Blind, a 37-minute 'simultaneous sonic poem' inspired by the dadaist movement of 1916.

Damien Rice – ‘My Favourite Faded Fantasy’ album review

The pioneering singer trailblazes once again with eight stunning ballads

Foo Fighters – ‘Sonic Highways’ album review

Hitch a ride on this soulful soundtrack for the rock giants’ twentieth birthday.

On With the Show Tour - Fleetwood Mac

After a sell out tour in 2013, Fleetwood Mac are getting ready to come back to the UK in 2015 with the 'one the road' tour. It is already on the road in the US and Fleetwood Mac will be joined by Christine McVie following a 16 year absence.

Bloodstone And Diamonds - Machine Head

Following another appearance on the Rockstar Mayhem Tour in the US, and having inked a new deal with Nuclear Blast Entertainment, Machine Head set about the writing for their 8th studio album 'Bloodstone & Diamonds'. "I cannot even begin to tell you how p

The Hum - Hookworms

2014 album from UK psych-rock quintet adding a raw punk-rock urgency this time around.Includes 'The Impasse'.

Sonic Highways - Foo Fighters

This latest album from the Foo Fighters includes the songs 'Something from Nothing' and 'Congregation'. Time Out said it: "commands you to rock out, stadium-style, around your living room". "These songs are some of the band's most ambitious moments y

CD: TV On The Radio - Seeds

When TV On The Radio released their breakthrough album, Dear Science in 2008, they were hailed in some quarters as saviours of indie music through a modest injection of intellectualism and an eye for throwing the unexpected into the mix.

Pink Floyd: The Endless River review a good way to call it a day

(Parlophone)By the time Pink Floyds The Final Cut, Roger Waterss Requiem for the Postwar Dream, came out in 1983, relations between him and the rest of the group were terrible keyboard player Rick Wright had even been kicked out and rehired on a salary, f