April 24 2014 Latest news:
Festivals with your children should be about making lasting memories and letting them soak up all the delights that festivals have to offer.
Robin Thicke’s controversial chart-topper has been named the most downloaded track in UK music history.
Two musicians behind the ‘90s hit Brimful of Asha are launching the world’s smallest disco in Stoke Newington this weekend.
London’s Royal Albert Hall will play host to Coldplay this July as part of a select series of dates to launch the band’s forthcoming album Ghost Stories.
Like Howie B, Paolo Nutini is another Scotsman who’s spent half a decade perfecting his next release, and by this evidence, patience is a virtue.
London-based dance duo Sigma have gone straight in at number one in the singles chart with a remix of a Kanye West song.
Somersault is a brand new festival billed as a “five day summer camp of music, adventure and outdoor living”, from the people behind Wilderness. Likely to be popular with surfer bums and active types
Sir Tom Jones will headline a massive Hyde Park concert this summer alongside Boyzone, Little Mix and 10cc.
Black Sabbath, who formed nearly 50 years ago, are to headline the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park this summer.
The grandson of a Lib Dem lord from leafy north London - who claims he “understands American ghetto situations” because of his political background - has released a rap video.
Attending the world premiere of Harry Hill’s X Factor spoof musical I Can’t Sing! was like seeing his second baby born this year, Simon Cowell said last night.
A surprising - and welcome - debut that spits out grunge, pop and electro cuts with beguiling confidence.
The latest salvo from the unlikely heroes of stately and understated English songwriting.