Remember when Jo Whiley was one of the coolest presenters on BBC Radio 1? It has been a while.
For the first time since the late-60s, Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck are "inching" toward recording a new album together.
Music lovers who regularly download tracks to MP3 players can now do their bit for charity at the same time.
True Grit is going great guns at the American box office, making it the Coen brothers' highest-grossing movie ever.
Mark Zuckerberg appeared on 'Saturday Night Live' over the weekend.
Those of us waiting patiently for the era of flying cars have been stung before.
Before Tony Christie's son came along to rescue his father's career – which, if not quite in the doldrums, was certainly gathering dust on its creaking rafters – Sheffield's answer to Tom Jones was in many ways a relic of a bygone era.
Is there an underground, countercultural scene in today's cinema? Something like the movies of Andy Warhol called Flesh and Trash, or the beatnik experimentalism from which David Niven famously recoiled in his 1972 autobiography The Moon's a Balloon? In a sense, the question was rendered irrelevant on 23 April 2005, when the first film was uploaded to YouTube.
Over the weekend, a new song from Dr Dre leaked. Called 2 Night and featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jeremih, it should have been a big deal. But the track – a breezy love tune that borrows from Erykah Badu’s hook on The Roots’ You Got Me – sounds so dated.
U2’s longtime tour manager died overnight at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in Hollywood, the band announced on Wednesday.
Standing in front of a screen daubed with the words “I will not be stopped”, Shia LaBeouf paces angrily. “JUST DO IT, MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE, NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE,” he roars into the camera.