Tim Burgess

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This is an exciting time for Irish music. the dreary male with Guitar is being replaced and a wave of multicultural and multifaceted (...)

Q is the latest outlet in the media and publishing industry to be hit by the pandemic. Illustration: Q Magazine

British music magazine Q is folding after 34 years in business as the coronavirus epidemic accelerated a downturn in the media sector, forcing the pub(...)

‘We know there’s even more to figure out,’ says Spotify chief executive Daniel Ek. Image: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

In February, pre-Covid-19, I spent two hours in the ornate confines of the Olympia Theatre being buffeted by fellow gig attendees whose height relativ(...)

Tim Burgess has become an unlikely musical hero of the lockdown period with his hugely enjoyable “Twitter Listening Parties”, but now the Charlatans f(...)

Tim Burgess: ‘I’m a big fan of David Lynch. When I first moved to London I went to watch Blue Velvet and it blew my mind’
Tim Burgess: On my culture radar

Current favourite book I’m currently reading Record Play Pause, the autobiography from Joy Division and New Order drummer Stephen Morris. The other m(...)

Andrew Weatherall: became a key figure in countercultural – and occasionally mainstream – British music. Photograph: Prescription PR/PA

Andrew Weatherall, the British musician, DJ and record producer known for helming Primal Scream’s Screamadelica, has died aged 56. His management wr(...)

Ed Sheeran: It’ll be a corker. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

 Lime & Fancy Present: Little Boots (DJ Set) Wigwam, Dublin Saturday April 28th €12 online/€15 on the door wigwamdublin.com If it’s been wh(...)

If necessity is the mother of invention, it also begets collaboration. Following the untimely death of drummer Jon Brookes in 2013, Tim Burgess and co(...)

You can never quite tell what Tim Burgess is going to do next. Having conquered the indie realm with The Charlatans, his first solo album back in 200(...)