Mark Beaumont

Jess Glynne’s Isle Of Wight Festival ban has been reversed. Chaos will ensue

It turns out there's one rule for the star and another for everyone else. Is she pop's Dominic Cummings?

Bob Dylan – ‘Rough And Rowdy Ways’ review: arguably his grandest poetic statement yet

The master's first original album in eight years explores religion, war, music and civil rights

A pop persona can work wonders – but pity those who attempt to shake off the schtick

As Billie Eilish expresses discomfort at her self-invention, let's casts an eye back at the stars who got stuck in character

‘The Last Days Of American Crime’ review: ultraviolent comic book joyride screeches off the page

Inspired by 'Joker' and influenced by 'John Wick', this Netflix action romp turns everything up to 11

My most awkward interview? Mark E Smith put his jaws around my neck

Columnist Mark Beaumont argues that cringe-worthy encounters make for the best stories

Fontaines D.C.: “We weren’t really eating and we were burning the candle at both ends”

The Dublin post-punks experienced vertigo after last year’s breakout album ‘Dogrel’. But, says frontman Grian Chatten, they got by with a little help from the Beach Boys

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ is finally on the way – but does it have to take itself so seriously?

What happened to the silly, bonkers comic book movies that used to dominate the multiplex?

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
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