It’s more than 20 years since the release of PJ Harvey’s first masterpiece, To Bring You My Love, and five since her second, Let England Shake.
It’s been a significant week for fans of former pop group Goliath One Direction.
The Maccabees have announced they are to split.
Viola Beach, the band who tragically died in a car crash in Sweden, have reached No 1 with their debut album.
Halfway through Coldplay’s two-hour extravaganza, the band are on the time-honoured stadium rock trudge to a smaller stage in the middle of the audience, when they turn back to see the image of Muhammad Ali making one of his old speeches.
Friday night in grimy Camden town; there are kazoo conventions less cacophonous. Yet pin-drop silence fills north London’s Roundhouse; a venue rammed with a few thousand fans tentatively absorbing Thom Yorke’s ghostly vocals which ascend during Daydreaming’s quiet climax.
Britpop leader has named his price for a reunion with ‘very angry man’ Liam, as new Oasis documentary is screened at Cannes