One of the definitive groups of 90s R&B return with their fifth LP – their first as a duo
Snow on the roofs of the ski chalets at the upmarket ski resort may be one of the defining images of Davos, but it will be the warming of the planet that is at the top of the issues under discussion at the World Economic Forum.
After a lifetime of being an outsider, Marilyn Manson, born Brian Warner, is coming to terms with his past. In a frank and soul-searching interview, he talks to Carole Cadwalladr about the loss of his mother, growing up angry – and why he’s ready for fatherhood
I wasn’t interested in food as a kid. I was skinny, non-sporty and lacked appetite, although lamb chops were OK, especially with mint sauce – the king of condiments and still the only sweet thing I like.
Not content with having one album come out on Monday, and a smash hit single bestriding the charts like a funky colossus, Mark Ronson has another record due for imminent release.
Will.i.am will swap his big chair on The Voice UK for the snow-covered peaks of Davos next week, to seek support from world leaders for his charitable foundation.
Spotify added 10 million new users in the last two months of 2014, taking it to 60 million at the end of the year according to new figures published by the streaming music company.
The British music business has started the year by trying to come to terms with the growing wave of brash, sometimes exciting and sometimes atrocious, new and very young bands who call themselves “punk” or “new wave.” EMI were first to wade in, and came badly unstuck on finding that the Sex Pistols were more than they could handle.
Music giant takes on companies selling care packages for prisoners, which include unauthorised mixtapes featuring Universal artists
‘It’s a how-to guide of things I’ve learned about life – being a dad, being a husband and being in a rock band’
While there are precedents in the world of celebrity and sport, Swift is the first musician to make a pre-emptive strike against opportunistic third parties
Sony is closing its Music Unlimited streaming music service, in favour of an partnership with Spotify that will span its consoles, smartphones and tablets.
Call a company “Shazam”, and it needs to be doing something magical.