Leonie Cooper

Soundtrack Of My Life: Craig Charles

Funk and soul aficionado and self-described scouse "scally"

The Black Keys on accidental new LP ‘Delta Kream’: “We never thought of it as an album”

The duo have plugged in to their influences with a covers record of the blues musicians inspired them

Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane – ‘Lost In The Cedar Wood’ review: folkies look on the bright side

Trad-folk’s golden boy and one of the UK’s preeminent nature writers keep on keepin' on with this lockdown-produced collection

‘Dale Barclay: All On Black’ review: late Amazing Snakeheads rocker remembered in all his garage-punk glory

A look at the life of Glasgow's fiery frontman who died from cancer in 2018

‘What Drives Us’ review: Dave Grohl’s loving ode to life on the road

St Vincent, Ringo Starr and more join the Foo Fighters frontman to reminisce

‘Sisters With Transistors’ review: music’s forgotten female electro pioneers

The women who built EDM get their turn in the strobe light

Iggy Pop live in Sydney: a punk rock birthday party for a living legend

As he turns 74, the veteran rocker screens a sell-out show to celebrate

Third Man signees Silver Synthetic: “If we’re making punks mad, we’re more punk than the punks!”

The New Orleans psych-rockers on spotting Lou Reed in sweatpants and why Jack White is "the Willy Wonka of rock’n’roll"

‘Sound Of Metal’ review: Riz Ahmed’s drummer drama is unlike anything you’ve seen

When noise-rocker Ruben suddenly loses his hearing, he must find a new path in life

‘Chaos Walking’ review: a dreary plod through the sexist apocalypse

On male-only New World, all men's thoughts are audible, all of the time. Obviously, it's hell
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