We can only hope the decision results in a further backlash against the culture fostered by the Blurred Lines decision and a reduction in the number of frivolous lawsuits against musicians. They are bad for artists, bad for all genres of music, and fundamentally, bad for creativity.
The Smile is not Radiohead; they have a new name, a new line-up, and appear to see themselves to be doing something artistically different
Jazz, techno, or lo-fi hip-hop beats, Emmaleigh Eaves asks what music best gets you into a productive zone and why...
In the spring of 1970, 50 years ago, a collection of musicians underwent the Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour, which came to be immortalised in a...
William McCathie examines TikTok's hit-making capabilities
George Newton reflects on the life of the jazz guitarist who defined an era.
Annabelle Grigg questions our valuing of self-destructive behaviour in the music industry.
Emily Cope defends Dua Lipa's position as 'Britain's leading popstar'.
Maxim Mower finds much to praise in a maturely sombre new country music star
Jon Hopkins is not so much a polarising figure as one whose music can appeal to people for precisely opposite reasons. As beloved to...
Fred Waine praises Kieran Hebden's latest offering for its evocation of natural themes
Anna Gunstone reflects on how listening to music can remain a communal experience even in isolation.
On the 13th of March, the Met Opera’s Twitter announced that they would begin a series of ‘nightly live streams’ of beloved operas for anyone with...
A look back over the history of - and our attitudes towards - electronic music today.
A chat with Enter Shikari's frontman ahead of the release of their highly-anticipated sixth studio album, 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible'