Rock & Pop
There are plenty of reasons to like Stooshe's debut album, which has arrived six months late after accusations of label "interference".
Ballads. Jazzy interludes. Low BPMs. Live drums. An Andrew Lloyd Webber moment.
Eric Clapton went professional and joined the Yardbirds in 1963, which provides a convenient peg for an anniversary-themed tour.
The singer's fourth album is a masterpiece, says Neil McCormick.
East London singer-songwriter Denai Moore blends nocturnal soul with lush folk guitars, says James Lachno.
After two 'teaser' singles, Fenech-Soler have decided Magnetic should be the proper comeback single and quite right too Reading on mobile? Watch here Alongside bands such as Friendly Fires and Delphic, Northamptonshire-based quartet Fenech-Soler's...
What is the best way for a seminal band to preserve their musical legacy? The answer probably is not for one of their members to spend the latter part of his career obsessively rerecording and tweaking their repertoire, and touring it as the fulcrum of...
Joe Bonamassa is a guitar hero and blues-rocker with impressively eclectic taste.
The songs are the band's first new material since 2003, but there is no news on whether an album will follow