It’s December. You no longer have an excuse.
J K Rowling announced on Twitter this morning that she will co-write a new Harry Potter stage play.
It was not just a huge body of songs that emerged but a whole musical style that was markedly non-European.
Best known for co-writing “My Heart Will Go On”, Horner wrote innovative and popular scores for a whole host of Hollywood films.
The artist sent an open letter to Apple Music, arguing that artists should be paid during the service's trial period.
McGowan's performance demonstrates the combination of eccentricity and intimidation that allowed Savile first to lure his victims and then to disguise his abuse of them.
Accounts of The Jam, the Grateful Dead, Alice Cooper and Belle and Sebastian come from the back.
In his memoir Instrumental, it feels at times as though Rhodes is daring you to dismiss him, to find his story trivial or inferior.
Die Entführung aus dem Serail, or The Abduction from the Seraglio, hits the spot when staged at Glyndebourne.
It sounds spoilt to complain about room service, or fret about your dressing-room rider. But still, I can see why it happens.
Bob Stanley unpicks the recording industry’s tangled history of takeovers, piracy and changing technology.
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