By James Medd - 20 February 11:58
Musicians and pundits need to get over their obsessive, nostalgic hero-worship. In 2014, David Bowie is irrelevant.
By Ian Steadman - 26 November 11:27
Call your girlfriend and tell her that there's a dancing robot version of Robyn, because science.
By Sarah Ditum - 16 October 09:53
"Riot Grrrl, with its DIY culture and its handmade, handposted fanzines is about making what should exist instead: the greatest political work in the world is to invent, invent, invent."
By Sarah Ditum - 18 September 11:52
If anyone needed proof that sex is something girls do rather than have done to them, it's this.
By Alexandra Coghlan - 18 September 11:05
It's fitting, but frustrating, that the annual Gramophone Awards were announced quietly in a Hawksmoor church in North London.
Anna Calvi: Suddenly catapulted from relative unknown to one of the most well-respected musicians in the business
By Rob Pollard - 17 September 04:12
She's been compared to Edith Piaf, and her fan base includes Brian Eno and Nick Cave. The New Statesman talks politics, music and feminism with Anna Calvi.
By Alex Hern - 28 January 11:31
In which the fun is sucked out of music.
By Kate Mossman - 19 October 11:45
The Green Day-inspired musical reviewed.
By New Statesman - 10 August 02:49
Our cultural picks for the week ahead.