Mark Beaumont

Glasvegas on their new single, album and tour dates: “I didn’t intend to take this long”

Check out 'Keep Me A Space' from their long-awaited third album 'Godspeed', as frontman James Allan talks to NME about inspiration and taking his sweet time

“Well, you did say we should stop by!”: why comedy crossover shows never have the last laugh

'Game On: A Comedy Crossover Event' takes four apparently popular sitcoms and puts them in the same series

Spotify’s Daniel Ek wants artists to pump out ‘content’? That’s no way to make the next ‘OK Computer’

The mogul claims that “you can’t record music once every three to four years" any more

‘I’ll be back?’ Have we seen the end of the ‘Terminator’ franchise for good?

These days, the cyber threat is in our phones, on our timelines. One almighty cyborg superpower doesn’t hold quite the same reflex terror as it once did

Cancel culture: why Netflix keeps binning popular TV shows

Ratings and critical acclaim couldn't save 'Ozark', 'Dead To Me', 'Dark' or 'Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina'

The Wombats’ Murph talks new “turbo-personal” Love Fame Tragedy album and the future of the band

One of the '00s prime surviving indie heroes saw his collaborative solo project as "a way to escape" the mundane aspects of his day job

Inside the West Wing: What sort of President would Kanye West be?

As Kanye announces his Presidential run, columnist and Kanye biographer Mark Beaumont considers his suitability for the job

Ennio Morricone – 1928-2020: the legendary film composer who changed music forever

The genius behind some of cinema's greatest scores has died aged 91