From Marvin Gaye to Adele, soul’s played a part in many a musician’s work.
Ahead of their performance at Hong Kong’s Sonar Festival next weekend, Mexican electro duo Deer have released their new four-track EP Portraits, a record inspired by their experience as Hong Kong residents for the past five years.
Moby’s album, Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt, does exactly what it says on the tin [Review]
His music may have taken a back seat to his political activism on social media in recent years, but electronica artist Moby has produced a stirring, intricate, and thought-provoking set of songs on his latest effort Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt.
The superstar hit all the right notes tonight, earning a standing ovation and roaring applause.
Female triple threat announced as Taylor Swift reveals opening acts on her Reputation tour, Charli XCX and Camila Cabello
The pop princess is well known for her star-studded concerts
We’d say vinyl is back but it never really went away – here’s everything you need to know about starting your own collection
So you think you’re cool because you listen to Katy Perry on Spotify? No, real cool cats listen to their music on turntables.
Lucky is the second mini album from K-pop star Weki Meki, comprising a collection of poor songs, cringey sounds and nauseating handclaps from start to finish.
One Shot, Two Shot is the first mini-album from legendary K-pop idol BoA, a record full of densely layered synthpop tunes that surely make it a comeback worth waiting for.
While most cornerstone genres, like rock, hip hop and country, were developed predominantly in the US and Britain, reggae originated in 1960s Jamaica. Similar to hip hop, reggae got its name from a popular song – namely Toots and the Maytals’ 1968 hit single Do The Reggay.
The multi-Grammy winner will play a second show in Macau.