It’s not the sort of thing you’re supposed to mention in cultured company, but some people can’t sta
Cutting the arts is the last thing the coalition should be doing.
Daniel Trilling tunes in to some groundbreaking stuff and nonsense.
What not to miss at this year’s concerts.
Exclusive details of the forthcoming movie about the life of the Nirvana frontman.
Nominees for the top music award include Corinne Bailey Rae, the xx and Dizzee Rascal.
The Cheltenham Music Festival is an unlikely setting for artistic rebellion.
In the mid-1990s, something peculiar happened to the pop charts.
On 25 years of charity pop music.
This year, the 150th anniversary of Mahler's birth, will see many a celebration of the great compose
Danny Carr sees Glastonbury celebrate its 40th birthday
On "Huh" by 4Minute.
English composer wins Radio 3 title.
Bizet's "bromance" strikes a chord with a modern audience.
Beyond its elite image, country house opera is a source of artistic invention.
On the sound of the 2010 World Cup.
Rick Jones marvels at how Britten and Forster's work has lost none of its power.
Despite her fearsome reputation, Lady Gaga knows how to charm a crowd.
Jazz biography - serious, scholarly biography - often finds itself pitted against jazz apocrypha, which most jazz fans and players love.
Closing date is Monday.
An interview with the Joy Division singer on the anniversary of his death.
All too often, music biographers are embroiderers of myths.
Rick Jones meets a Russian conductor who has set the classical world alight.
The late Sex Pistols manager's foray into politics.
As the Political Studies Association unveils the 20 greatest protest songs, Mark Fisher asks if music can change the world if our songs remain the same.
"Emanicipate yourselves from mental slavery"
Plus ça change, says Pete Townshend
Poem transformed into unofficial national anthem
"Her fascist regime"