Mark Beaumont

Osees – ‘Protean Threat’ review: the dizzying sound of an art-rock renegade chasing his whims

There will be moments at which you'll wonder which parts of this wildly diverse album you’re supposed to be enjoying, but it's never boring

Eels on new album ‘Earth To Dora’: “Dark phases happen, but they will get better”

E tells us about the road back to happiness and shares new single 'Are We Alright Again'

Ian Brown’s conspiracy tweets are pure Covidiocy. And he’s not the only tinfoil hat-wearing rocker

The Stone Roses singer joined the red pill-devouring ranks with a series of anti-lockdown missives

Sleaford Mods live in London: a rallying cry for the swelling ranks of angry pandemic jobseekers

The Nottingham duo celebrate the release of top 10 compilation album 'All That Glue'

Docstars: an ode to the magical power of music films

A good band documentary can teach you something new about your fave guitarist or frontman – and make you love them even more

Watch an exclusive clip featuring Martin Scorsese from a new documentary about The Band

'Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band' follows the folk-rockers from beginning to bust

Cults – ‘Host’ review: bedroom poppers corrode the classic with subversive fifth album

Midway through recording ‘Host’, singer Madeline Follin let on to Cults' core songwriter Brian (oh, yes) Oblivion that she’d secretly been hoarding a bunch...

64 per cent of musicians may quit due to lack of help from the Government. What can be done?

The Excluded Choir, with their 'One More Day' cover, hope to get parity for the UK's forgotten workers, including almost half of UK musicians

‘Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band’ review: a folk-rock family falls apart

This gripping documentary charts the rise and fall of music's most anonymous trailblazers

Step into Muse’s mind-bending sci-fi reality with new concert film ‘Simulation Theory’

This is the band's inexorable mainframe – and we're all just glitches in it
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