From an interview with Snail Mail to a chat with Robyn, check out some of what you may have missed this year.
The London band are releasing a new video for "Space & Time" off 2017's 'Visions of a Life,' all while taking a stand on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
They were joined by *deep breath* Grizzly Bear, Wolf Alice, The Beautiful South's Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott and blues artist RL Boyce on 'Jools Holland.'
Michael Winterbottom's 'On the Road' is more about a fictional love story and the monotony of touring. It's still good, though.
Shania's done well on the basis of legacy, but Wolf Alice's 'Visions of a Life' should rightfully grab the number 1 spot tomorrow.
How protesters and bands at London's anti-Theresa May protest felt about the "stick to the tunes" view.
I love the sound of righteous anger in the morning, don't you?
Amazon UK might have posted the information by accident, and we've got screenshots.
Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, Years & Years, and more are teaming up for the one off London gig.
See photos featuring Wolf Alice, Calvin Harris, Death Grips, Anderson .Paak, Autolux, Chris Stapleton, and more.
Unlike the general election, when there was a distinct lack of musicians making a stand, last night's debate seemed to unite the music world in opposition to British action in Syria.