That Benjamin Clementine has presence is clear from the outset. The London native has had an eventful life, as seen in biographical notes abou(...)

Doing things on their own terms has served Lighting Bolt drummer Brian Chippendale and bassist Brian Gibson well for 20 years, with uncompromi(...)

Studio One remains Jamaican music’s mother ship. Clement “Coxsone” Dodd’s label and studio was where the sound of young Jamaica was minted in (...)

It has taken some time for this last post from Roebuck “Pops” Staples to appear. Recorded in the 18 months before his death in 2000, Don’t(...)

As shop-windows to display your wares go, Oliver Ackermann struck gold with A Place To Bury Strangers. Ackermann makes a good living selli(...)

Leeds-bred and London-based, To Kill A King dwell in an interesting musical space. Live, they’re exuberant and exhilarating, a wide-eyed s(...)

There will be more expansive documents from Anthony Naples in time, but Body Pill is worth exploring as an insight into the current body swing(...)

French producer Louis Rogé is a well-travelled and experienced hand, probably best known for his contribution to two tracks on Kanye West’s Ye(...)

Al Gore addresses the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas

Former Vice President Al Gore opened proceedings at the SXSW Interactive event in Austin yesterday by calling on SXSW to channel its tech and online a(...)

We’re suckers for sad songs because they can say so much about the human condition. Heartache, heartbreak, melancholy, lovesickness, unrequite(...)