Gary Numan’s 1979 Top of the Pops debut, singing Tubeway Army’s Are “Friends” Electric?, not only launched the first mainstream electronic pop star but brought us the first No 1 single about a robot prostitute.
A unique film about two young men trying to survive in an unrecognisable London
Burlesque at it's best in a show that is both naughty and fun!
A Hologram For The King arrives on digital platforms on September 12th and DVD and Blu-ray on September 19th.
The Nice Guys is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms from 26th September 2016
“People would pay hundreds of pounds to be here. They’d give their heart to be here!” asserts radio presenter Ras Kwame, whose job it is to ensure that enthusiasm blazes away at a level just below outright hysteria.
Older people on screen are an “endangered species”, it has been suggested, according to a new report chronicling ageism in major Hollywood movies.
Writer of Bart to the Future episode, aired almost exactly 16 years ago, says idea was consistent with vision of US ‘going insane’
Bruce Springsteen exists at that rarified level of fame where you get to move like a Dalek, without ever actually having to touch anything.
Bryan Singer is set to direct Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic focusing on the band Queen and their frontman Freddie Mercury.
Is this the next level in cosplay, dressing up and sounding like the characters? This Family Guy cosplayer certainly raises the bar.
We celebrate the work of TV producer Glen A. Larson who sadly passed away last weekend.
Even the Hulk wants to see more Black Widow toys.
The singer died at home in the Bahamas. He had been suffering from liver cancer
The opening of the Peter Tosh Museum in Kingston, Jamaica, is a timely boon for reggae fans planning pilgrimages to the island.
Imperium is available on digital download, Blu-ray and DVD from 7th November 2016.
“Light entertainment, but on steroids” is how Robbie Williams conceived his 11th solo album, a record that reunites the singer with writer Guy Chambers, co-author of umpteen smash hits from the Robbie back catalogue, on a new label.
In the pre-rock’n’roll era, popular vocalists often flirted with jazz. Many grew up surrounded by the music of the big bands and felt at home with jazz phrasing. Some, like Kay Starr, who has died aged 94, performed and recorded with jazz musicians before finding wider success with pop songs and novelties.
Iceland Airwaves may not have the A&R reputation of South by South West or CMJ, but it does offer as wide a variety of new music as any festival, both local and international (with an obvious focus on Icelandic and Scandinavian talent).