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  1. Robin Thicke’s ‘Get Her Back’ is the creepiest video since Sadako’s in The Ring

    Robin Thicke’s ‘Get Her Back’ is the creepiest video since Sadako’s in The Ring

    The first music video from his Paula album is generating a huge amount of interest and terror

    Posted 24th June 2014

  2. Dear Queen and Adam Lambert: it’s time to start work on a new album

    Dear Queen and Adam Lambert: it’s time to start work on a new album

    With the success of their acclaimed North American tour, it's time to think about new music

    Posted 24th June 2014

  3. William Carl Jr

    Track of the day: ‘Sometimes’ by William Carl Jr

    It builds on the potential we've heard in his remixes for artists like John Newman

    Posted 24th June 2014

  4. Ed Sheeran ‘X’ review: an experimental second album that’s 10 times better for it

    Ed Sheeran ‘X’ review: an experimental second album that’s 10 times better for it

    He exudes a new kind of confidence on his latest LP, managing to surprise even his most ardent detractors

    Posted 22nd June 2014

  5. 4 Femmes on the Thames

    Track of the day: ‘The Shard’ by 4 Femmes on The Thames

    A love song that perfectly captures the tear-inducing effect of being taken up The Shard

    Posted 22nd June 2014

  6. The Gregory Brothers’ ‘Herp de Derp’ is an anthem for the awkward

    The Gregory Brothers’ ‘Herp de Derp’ is an anthem for the awkward

    It's a love song for everyone whose romantic life is severely afflicted with herp or derp

    Posted 20th June 2014

  7. Queen + Adam Lambert tour kicks off in Chicago: what’s your dream set-list?

    Queen + Adam Lambert tour kicks off in Chicago: what’s your dream set-list?

    They have a huge back catalogue to pull from, including forgotten Queen album tracks and songs from Adam's two solo LPs

    Posted 19th June 2014

  8. Daniel James

    Track of the day: ‘We Are the Fire’ by Daniel James

    The Irish lad's new single is practically made for a festival field

    Posted 18th June 2014

  9. The Mispers ‘Dark Bits’ review: ‘80s-influenced alt-rock with a moody but massive hook

    The Mispers ‘Dark Bits’ review: ‘80s-influenced alt-rock with a moody but massive hook

    They're going all out with the first song from their upcoming EP

    Posted 18th June 2014

  10. Radiohead

    Is YouTube trying to bully independent labels with its new terms?

    Both sides of the dividing line are crying foul over the new licensing deal, but it looks like consumers will suffer the most

    Posted 18th June 2014

  11. Queen + Adam Lambert’s iHeart Radio show proved they’ve rediscovered their killer instincts

    Queen + Adam Lambert’s iHeart Radio show proved they’ve rediscovered their killer instincts

    Love Kills was a definitive shift in the evolution of Queen

    Posted 17th June 2014

  12. A Finnish bluegrass group has covered Iron Maiden and it’s amazing

    A Finnish bluegrass group has covered Iron Maiden and it’s amazing

    Steve 'n' Seagulls covered The Trooper in a field

    Posted 17th June 2014

  13. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: a dark new day is dawning

    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: a dark new day is dawning

    Dawn promises to take the Apes franchise into horrifying new territory

    Posted 17th June 2014

  14. Solomon Grey ‘Electric Baby’ single review: breathlessly futuristic

    Solomon Grey ‘Electric Baby’ single review: breathlessly futuristic

    Solomon's distinctive falsetto helps to create an extraordinary atmosphere

    Posted 16th June 2014

  15. Distributing your music as a new artist: pay upfront or sacrifice royalties?

    Distributing your music as a new artist: pay upfront or sacrifice royalties?

    Finding a good distribution deal is a big step in establishing yourself as a new artist, but which is the better choice?

    Posted 16th June 2014