Walking On Cars

2016 is already shaping up to be a bumper year for albums, as top-level pop stars and rock bands get their respective fingers out and tussle for the (...)

Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds was the dude who established the smooth r’n’b playbook when he wrote and produced slo-mo, romantic tracks for Toni Brax(...)

Hear the drummer get wicked on a whole new level. Dornik Leigh used to add percussive heft to Jessie Ware’s music, but his move to the front o(...)

Stacy Barthe’s credentials have resided in the footnotes. The songwriter’s work for Rihanna, Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Bran(...)

Kendrick Lamar: has been working away on new music for ages – and is also looking at tour dates for early 2015. But where’s his new album?

It could happen at any time. One moment, you’re sitting there, procrastinating like a pro. The next, your inbox, social-media feeds and news source(...)

There are two Jessie Wares. There’s the one who appears on her records, a woman making beautiful, sophisticated, vulnerable, soulful sounds and pro(...)

Saint Heron

It’s the new new-jack swing. While the wait goes on for Solange Knowles’s big album (the one where she will hopefully show that Losing You was no f(...)

Earl Sweatshirt: Doris

It’s the quiet ones in the Odd Future gang you have to keep an eye on. When the Los Angeles rascals first hit the headlines, all eyes were on Tyler, t(...)

 Brandon Flowers: clean-cut but awesomely energetic

Smile Like You Mean It. The title of one of the Killers hits pretty much summed up Saturday night’s concert in the Phoenix Park, the second in a trilo(...)

Not since 1946 (a vintage year for Irish baseball) have two non-Irish baseball teams battled it out on Irish soil. So batter up at the Baseball Gathering at Corkagh Park near the Red Cow roundabout. And it’s free. Photograph: Reuters/Patrick Bolger

Saturday 07.00 Get up! What’s wrong with you? Don’t you realise that this could be the last time you’ll ever feel warm? Stop checking your w(...)