The Rolling Stones’ secret weapon throughout their golden period, in 2010 Mick Taylor looked back on his time with the band...
With their pop-rock classic resurrected for the Breaking Bad soundtrack, original Badfinger member Joey Molland recalls the band oft likened to The Beatles whose time ended in tragedy.
Everything you could wish to know about the legendary 1969 festival that became a unique part of rock'n'roll lore
A 60s guitar prodigy who shaped Dylan’s sound and blew Clapton away, Bloomfield had the world at his feet. But he would never quite fulfil his promise.
On May 8, 1974, Graham Bond died under a tube train. This feature traces the apocalyptic story of one of the 1960s most influential talents
Sublime studio debut from former Black Crowe Rich Robinson’s rock‘n’roll classicists The Magpie Salute
Janis Joplin was the extraordinary singer who brought the Blues into the Summer Of Love, whose star shone brightly but briefly. And this is her story...
Massively talented? Yes. Solid-gold songs? Yes. Unique Anglo-American sound? Yes. On paper they had it all, so how did Spooky Tooth manage to fall through the cracks?
An intelligent anti-war commentary disguised as a four-minute pop song, Orange Crush was a sign of REM’s new direction – one that would lead them to global success and stardom
29 years after the Doolittle album took The Pixies from obscurity to alt.rock’s top table, the band Kurt Cobain wanted to be in look back on the making of a classic
Myrkur's haunting, nightmare-fuelled Danish folk music on latest album Mareridt is helping put this enchanting songstress on the prog and metal maps
The making of Screamadelica – or how self-belief, speed, dance music and the best producer the Stones ever had combined to make Primal Scream’s truly progressive and psychedelic masterpiece
Take a trip with Rob Hughes as he seeks out the latest mind-expanding music with new releases from Nick Garrie, Dream Giant, The Brainiac 5, The Dials, Chew and Spectral Haze