Mark Beaumont

Raye’s plight proves that the major label system is broken

But there's hope in the indestructible album format

We’re gonna need a bigger farm: why Glastonbury 2022 could be the best in history

There's already enough talent available to make it the festival of a lifetime

Soundtrack Of My Life: You Me At Six’s Josh Franceschi

Pop-punk frontman turned gritty alt-rocker

‘Shoplifters Of The World’ review: a cinematic fan letter to The Smiths

Not as good as Morrissey says, but still worth watching

SPELLLING – ‘The Turning Wheel’ review: her most accessible record yet

Tia Cabral has spent her previous two albums leading pop music into more shadowy territory. Here, she lets in a little light

Soundtrack Of My Life: John Grant

Iceland-based singer-songwriter who likes to shake his caboose

The Killers and Bruce Springsteen’s new song ‘Dustland’ finds the icons uniting two generations

It's amazing it's taken these American Dream merchants 13 years to team up

Elton’s right: UK musicians face a “looming catastrophe” – but they’ll always have Liechtenstein

The month began with the news of our paltry Brexit touring deal – and the bad news kept coming
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