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  1. 11 essential X Factor clichés to get you in the mood for series 11

    11 essential X Factor clichés to get you in the mood for series 11

    It wouldn't be the same without them, would it?

    Posted 30th August 2014

  2. The Other Tribe

    Track of the day: ‘I Can Give You Anything’ by The Other Tribe

    We're back into tribal trance on their latest track and it builds in an almost tantric way

    Posted 29th August 2014

  3. Space Elevator write and release ‘I Will Find You (Gallifrey Dreams)’ for Doctor Who series 8

    Space Elevator write and release ‘I Will Find You (Gallifrey Dreams)’ for Doctor Who series 8

    Take a Deep Breath and calm your première jitters with a timeless new love song for The Twelfth Doctor

    Posted 22nd August 2014

  4. Union J ‘Tonight (We Live Forever)’ review: they’ve finally got some energy behind them

    Union J ‘Tonight (We Live Forever)’ review: they’ve finally got some energy behind them

    Walking away from RCA has worked wonders on their sound

    Posted 21st August 2014

  5. Who to watch at V Festival on Sunday: The Killers, Manic Street Preachers, Chic and more

    Who to watch at V Festival on Sunday: The Killers, Manic Street Preachers, Chic and more

    With a massive line-up of pop perfection, it looks like it's going to be another killer year

    Posted 17th August 2014

  6. RIP, Robin Williams: singer Karliene Reynolds covers ‘When You’re Alone’ from Hook

    RIP, Robin Williams: singer Karliene Reynolds covers ‘When You’re Alone’ from Hook

    Her beautiful interpretation turns the song into a loving dedication to a man lost too soon

    Posted 14th August 2014

  7. Camp Bestival 2014 Saturday review: three is the magic number

    Camp Bestival 2014 Saturday review: three is the magic number

    Between Sophie Ellis-Bextor's feverish disco, De La Soul's hip-hop and the Prince silent disco, Saturday picked up the pace considerably

    Posted 3rd August 2014

  8. Camp Bestival 2014 Friday review: MNEK stole the show

    Friday's line-up was a mixed bag, but one up-and-coming artist managed to outclass everyone else

    Posted 2nd August 2014

  9. Countdown to Camp Bestival: Catfish and the Bottlemen

    Countdown to Camp Bestival: Catfish and the Bottlemen

    The indie rockers' set at Lulworth Castle might be your last chance to see them perform an intimate set

    Posted 30th July 2014

  10. Leah McFall

    BBC Radio 1 playlist and Leah McFall: why have The Voice if you can’t count on the BBC for support?

    The decision casts another dark shadow over the radio station's choices

    Posted 30th July 2014

  11. Tulisa ‘The Price of Fame’ documentary: revelations, vindications and cling-ons

    Tulisa ‘The Price of Fame’ documentary: revelations, vindications and cling-ons

    The BBC Three documentary gave us Tulisa's side of the tabloid scandal for the first time

    Posted 29th July 2014

  12. Track of the day: ‘New Dorp. New York’ by SBTRKT featuring Ezra Koenig

    Track of the day: ‘New Dorp. New York’ by SBTRKT featuring Ezra Koenig

    The experimental song features on his upcoming Wonder Where We Land LP

    Posted 27th July 2014

  13. The Out of the Blue Boys’ Shakira medley is one of the best things you’ll see/hear this week

    The Out of the Blue Boys’ Shakira medley is one of the best things you’ll see/hear this week

    Most of her best songs get a shout-out, including a new version of Waka Waka

    Posted 25th July 2014

  14. Shawn Mendes

    Introducing Shawn Mendes: Canada’s latest record-breaking popstar

    In the past 12 months, he's vaulted up the charts and made himself a real contender in pop music

    Posted 24th July 2014

  15. ‘Please Don’t Go’ by Ron Daniel: is this the worst music video / song ever?

    ‘Please Don’t Go’ by Ron Daniel: is this the worst music video / song ever?

    The former X Factor personality is making his own music now...

    Posted 23rd July 2014