By Kate Mossman - 13 February 7:22
Her songs offer the sense of a technicolour future stripped of all but the most worthwhile woes. It's time she stopped the silly pep talks in between and just got on with being a pop star.
By Kate Mossman - 15 January 11:03
Springsteen’s ongoing transformation into a collaborative folk act represents a new era in his career.
By Kate Mossman - 09 January 13:34
R'n'B stylings of classic holiday hits and Cockney staples.
By Kate Mossman - 12 December 13:08
With so many writers and a production-driven style, Britney’s voice can sometimes be a lonely thing at the centre.
By Kate Mossman - 01 November 11:41
There's a reason the Lou Reed tributes were so banal.
By Kate Mossman - 23 October 9:00
To coincide with the release of "Inside Llewyn Davis", the Coen brothers held a glitzy tribute to American folk - where Marcus Mumford and Carey Mulligan were joined on stage by Joan Collins and Jack White.
By Kate Mossman - 22 August 12:30
Kate Mossman catches the heavy metal giants on their "Maiden England" tour, and is perplexed by their nationalist aesthetic.
By Kate Mossman - 21 June 14:50
The violin was the start of modern music celebrity - Lindsey Stirling is following in the footsteps of Paganini, Nigel Kennedy and Vanessa Mae.
By Kate Mossman - 23 May 13:19
Her voice, once so English, has turned into a slip-slidey American lilt, half-speech, half-jazz, frequently yoyoing to a deeper register ... In Marling, we’re watching an accelerated transition from youthful talent to artistic sophistication.
By Kate Mossman - 16 May 12:40
From Roxy Music to Coldplay - the many faces of Brian Eno.
By Kate Mossman - 10 May 13:14
Revolution in the head.
By Kate Mossman - 29 April 8:29
Young women are achieving every kind of musical success, while the idea of the "male pop star" seems to have ground to a halt with David Bowie. What's going on with the boys?
By Kate Mossman - 05 March 12:51
Dazed and deeply confused.
By Kate Mossman - 28 February 12:23
By Kate Mossman - 20 February 17:56
Debates about the future of music raged at the By:Larm festival in Oslo
By Kate Mossman - 20 February 17:55
Debates about the future of music raged at the By:Larm festival in Oslo.
By Kate Mossman - 15 February 10:57
His satanic Majesty: the man who managed the Rolling Stones' money.
By Kate Mossman - 31 January 10:58
Two new albums reviewed.
By Kate Mossman - 18 January 10:59
It's our fault - because we're too lazy to support our shops
By Kate Mossman - 18 January 5:43
Why does Bowie still hold such mythical power?
By Kate Mossman - 17 January 8:30
A story everyone needs to hear at least once.
By Kate Mossman - 03 January 9:23
What to listen out for this year.
By Kate Mossman - 06 December 13:10
Savages, Haim and Bjork in a circus tent.
By Kate Mossman - 29 November 11:59
As an album of "reimagined" Kylie songs emerges, Kate Mossman goes in search of the singer herself.
By Kate Mossman - 28 November 15:14
Why '70s power pop is unfashionably cool again
By Kate Mossman - 14 November 11:37
Released 30 years ago, Michael Jackson’s album Thriller was the beginning of his assault on the white pop world. It’s so dazzling it makes you forget what happened to Jackson next.
By Kate Mossman - 25 October 15:57
The 25th anniversary of Peter Gabriel's classic album.
By Kate Mossman - 19 October 11:45
The Green Day-inspired musical reviewed.
By Kate Mossman - 04 October 17:27
Amos presents new album "Gold Dust" with the Dutch Metropole Orchestra.