While the band’s new album doesn’t really contain anything new, it shows the art-rockers still have plenty to sing about.
The four-piece rock band from Jockey Club Ti-I College made a huge splash at YRock in November last year – and they’re not done yet.
The harmonica may not seem like the most glamorous musical instrument, but the King’s College band are here to give its image an overhaul.
Here's how rock evolved from the 90s to the present day, and the huge part that Nirvana's smash hit Smells Like Teen Spirit played in the transformation.
Man of the Woods, the latest album by Justin Timberlake, is sure to be a hit with long-time fans, but for the casual listener, it’s not going to conjure up anything overly exciting or memorable.
Following the success of her 2015 debut Unguarded, Rae Morris is back with her second full-length album, Someone Out There, a record full of ambition, hooks and great songs.
Rock music first grew out of the rock’n’roll movement of the 1940s and 50s, which itself was inspired by country and African-American rhythm and blues from the 1920s and 30s.
K-pop boy band Infinite's third album Top Seed tries to do too much but ends up doing very little [Review]
By trying to cover too much ground, Infinite's newest album doesn't have a recognisable identity.
Django Django’s third album Marble Skies gets off to a bright start, but burns out too quickly [Review]
Art-pop four-piece Django Django shows off great electronic sounds, but the last few tracks could use some work.
The Asian-American hip-hop group burst onto the music scene back in the mid-00s – and they’ve only gone from strength to strength since then.