Roger Daltrey from The Who Is Still Having a Massive Laugh
The Who frontman has put out a live 50th anniversary edition of the seminal album, but is more interested in looking to the future than past.
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An AI Completes an Unfinished Composition 115 Years After Composer's Death
It's never too late to finish what you've started, even if AI does the job for you.
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This Is Not a Spice Girls 2019 Tour Thinkpiece
Imagine 90,000 raucous seven-year-old fans, except they're adults now and can drink wine and stay up late.
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Yup, People Are Having Sex While Wearing AirPods
A new study of sexually active music fans also found that folk aficionados cry during sex and those into country are also...into role-play?
Beyoncé Is Great at Everything... Except Designing Clothes
Ahead of her long-teased collaboration with Adidas, her latest merch drop reminds us that her penchant for telling compelling stories doesn't show in her clothing lines.
Liz Phair's Music Used to Shock People and She's Fine with That
At the sharp-tongued musician's first UK show in a decade, we spoke about her upcoming memoir and defining album 'Exile in Guyville'.
The Jonas Brothers Are Getting Used to Being Interviewed Again
We met the brothers in a deserted London bar, to talk about the past decade and how they finally care enough about pop music to return to it.
We Found the Actual Valerie from the Song 'Valerie'
The Zutons' song, obvs covered by Amy Winehouse, all started with the real Valerie being arrested.
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Hope Tala Makes Neo-Soul that Warms Like a Ray of Light
Introducing the 21-year-old Londoner who makes break-ups sound far less horrible and teary than they feel, on new track "DTM."
This Is Everything You're Going to Miss at Glastonbury
The festival's shared its full 2019 line up, so here's a handy guide to everything you'll miss because you're a mess.
Turns Out It's Incredibly Easy to Blag Your Way Into Festivals
Three days, three festivals – for free!
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For K-Pop Fans, Devotion Can Come at a High Price
As the huge queues at BTS’ London pop-up showed this week, merch matters. But keeping up appearances as a fan has its price.