Mark Beaumont

Mark, My Words: Brexit will kill Britain’s reputation as the world’s music mecca

Acts wishing to play in the UK post-Brexit must pay £240 for visas for each member and prove they have savings of around £1000

Tim Burgess – ‘I Love The New Sky’ review: cult-pop that should break the ‘trending’ bar in its own right

The Charlatans frontman's fifth solo record is an autobiographical beaut that skips along to gorgeous melodies even as it charts heartbreak

David Lynch is turning into cinema’s biggest lockdown hero

The surrealist moviemaker gifted us with a new short film this week

Interactive TV is the best way to control your own destiny during lockdown

At a time when we can't go where we want, why not have an adventure on telly?

Circa Waves on surprise new EP ‘Sadder Happier’: “I was quite pissed off when I wrote these songs”

Frontman Kieran Shuddall opens up about new music, celebrating success, inspiration, losing loved ones to COVID and life under lockdown.

Mark, My Words: Charli XCX’s ‘How I’m Feeling Now’ is just stage one of pandemic albums

The pop star has released the first anxiety lockdown album, and columnist Mark Beaumont thinks acts should now look to the future stages

Mark, My Words: the ‘new normal’ of corona-proof live music sounds like this reviewer’s dream

The post-corona world sounds right up columnist Mark Beaumont's street

‘False Prophet’, the new song from Bob Dylan, suggests his upcoming album will be a late-career high point

The mercurial genius will release his 36th studio record, 'Rough and Rowdy Ways', on June 19

‘Let It Be’ at 50: why The Beatles’ swansong is a lesson in never looking back

It's a bad sign when bands make a 'back-to-our-roots' album – as even the Fab Four can attest

Florian Schneider 1947 – 2020: almost every musician working today owes a debt to the Kraftwerk innovator

The co-founder of the hugely influential electronic group Kraftwerk has died at the age of 73. RIP
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