What happens on the casting couch draws the headline, but the problem starts on the page, says James Graham.
Much has been written about the cassette tape’s nostalgia. But there is also something infinite about it, beyond its retro appeal.
Tim Minchin’s Groundhog Day uses its own predictability to great effect.
John Wilson has little time for people who don't see the genius at work in so-called "light music".
This documentary about the making of Gary Numan’s new album is full of the warmth and silliness of family life.
“I say yes if I want to.”
On the pop culture podcast this week: Frank Ocean’s long-awaited new album, the new film adaptation of Arthur Ransome’s Lake District adventure story and a BBC TV throwback from 1978.
It’s hard to have faith in a world that is relentlessly traumatic.
The singer-songwriter is campaigning for more female representation behind the scenes in the music industry.
Injecting some much-needed life into the classic genre of music videos set in high school.
Former Disney star Selena Gomez is selling paper-thin mesh bodysuits for hundreds of dollars apiece. How did we get here?
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