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From a new music standpoint, few festivals match the scope and strength of rising acts as SXSW. There are over 1500 acts playing across the week-long festival in Austin, TX,…

Who: One half of music’s ultimate power couple and arguably the world’s biggest solo artist Why: Beyoncé had an incredible year even by her own lofty standards. In February she…

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Who: Singer in the band The 1975 Why: The 1975’s credo is this: create as you consume. So if you and your fans listen to everything from post-
rock to neo-soul, it’s fine…

Who: Star of blockbusters Suicide Squad and The Legend Of Tarzan Why: This was the year Margot Robbie capitalised on the ‘next big thing’ heat she gained from 2013’s The Wolf Of…

Avenged Sevenfold 
really divide rock fans. One camp berates them as style-over-substance guyliner-wearing pussies. The other side rates 
their constant reinvention and epic live shows – even in the 
face…

Earlier this month, Harrison Ford narrowly avoided a serious accident while attempting to land his plane. Now footage has emerged of the incident. The Star Wars actor was attempting to land…

Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty And The Beast doesn’t need to be dazzlingly original. As we’re told in the most famous song it borrows from the 1991 animated film, this…

Avenged Sevenfold can count Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea as one of their biggest fans. The Spanish stopper, who is a big metalhead, attended the Californian group’s concert at Manchester Arena…

Who: Hip-hop’s 39-year-old enfant terrible Why: At the MTV VMAs in August, Kanye was given four minutes of airtime to introduce his new video for ‘Fade’. “I am Kanye West,” began…

Who: Yeah, he’s not a person. The cute electric rodent is merely symbolising something much bigger than himself (even after metamorphosis into Raichu following exposure to a Thunder Stone) Why: Pokémon Go,…

Who: Quite posh British actress, writer, director and comedian whose show Fleabag was the surprise hit of the year for its brutally real – and really f**king funny 
– depiction…

Who: Ava Cadenhead, Anna Cowan, Anni Cameron, Bea Bennister and Hannah Camilleri – a gang of fierce-as- f**k teens who joined forces to eliminate sexual harassment at live music venues…

Who: A man with two parallel careers: one as a sought-after TV and movie actor, the other as Riz MC, one half of unflinchingly politicised hip-hop duo Swet Shop Boys…