The Ronettes lead singer defined the pop landscape of the 60s, before falling into the clutches of the notoriously controlling Phil Spector. Decades on, she's still creating pop magic—and all with her signature beehive intact.
The legendary singer, songwriter, and frontman for the Pogues talks about his new teeth, his relationship with the band, and "Fairytale of New York."
Pauline Black, the daughter of a Yoruba prince, was adopted and brought up in white English suburbia. But royalty—and music—was always in her blood.
While a lot of established music festivals are still failing to book enough woman-fronted bands, Burger A Go Go shows that it's possible to have an amazing all-girl lineup.
Technically Drake headlined Coachella's final night, but Florence’s finale was undoubtedly the day’s most thrilling.
“Uncle Wally and Uncle Don”—as they insist we call them—truly do not give a fuck, which is a pleasure to see in a field where so many people give far too many.
We join the band rock 'n' roll-blues-soul-skiffle band in the studio with Mick Jones, who produced their LP, to talk music, familial connections, and Rod Stewart’s fur coat.
To celebrate the release of Kim Gordon's autobiography—out next week—we break down her life into seven stages.
"I Had a Fear That We Were Going to be Too Late" - Death From Above 1979 on Their Decade Long Hiatus
We meet the band at a plush hotel in London to talk about their new record.
We hit up Jamie's comeback show in Liverpool to watch him play songs to a small crowd of people.