To mark 25 years since the release of ‘Debut’, we present a newcomer’s guide to Björk, featuring discography and playlist.
An introduction to the iconic Viv Albertine: guitarist for The Slits, outspoken activist and pioneer for women in British indie and punk.
A beginner’s guide to underrated Britpop merchants Supergrass, featuring profile, playlist and short discography guide.
An introduction to Saint Etienne, one of Britain’s classiest indie-pop institutions, featuring profile, playlist and discography.
On the 40th anniversary of her debut album ‘The Kick Inside’, we take a whistle-stop tour of Kate Bush’s compelling and varied discography.
The Neptunes have influenced the sound of 21st century pop as much as anyone else. Check out our short guide to Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo’s production team!
Our sixth Women In Rock profile looks at Siouxsie Sioux, the High Priestess of British punk and a key influence on goth and post-punk.
Our latest Women In Rock profile looks at Exene Cervenka, creative engine of L.A. punk pioneers X, latterly Auntie Christ and The Knitters, and also a successful multi-media artist in her own right.
The frontwoman of Blondie and a rock icon in her own right, we look at Debbie Harry for this month’s Women In Rock feature.
A celebration of the Lizard King, here’s The Student Playlist’s introduction to The Doors, their influential lead singer Jim Morrison and their studio albums.