From Britpop to the alternative rock revolution, from hip-hop to electronica, we present the 200 greatest albums of the Nineties.
The Mercury Prize list has certainly let us down this year, so we decided to make a list of what we thought should have made the cut.
As we enter the second half of 2017, our staff reveal their personal musical highlights of the year so far – and what we’re still looking forward to!
On the 40th anniversary of their debut album, we offer a guided tour through The Clash’s iconic discography.
We caught up with promising ‘psych-grunge’ trio Brooders ahead of their debut gig at Leeds’ prestigious Brudenell Social Club.
With a brand new Arctic Monkeys album set to drop later this year, we rank all of the records that Alex Turner has been involved with to date, from worst to best.
The first of a regular series profiling women in rock, indie and pop, we look at Amanda F***ing Palmer and what makes her so cool.
A rundown of our Top 50 Tracks of 2016.
All ten of Metallica’s studio albums, ranked from worst to best.
The 2000s, or ‘the noughties’, as it quickly came to be known, was a decade of profound and paradoxical change for popular music. At the turn of the millennium, the music industry was still at the height of the CD era, with major labels posting record profits; but by December 2009, physical album sales were through the floor, HMV was close to going bust, the humble single format was all