So there we have it – yet another year, in which songs were written, albums…
Today marks 27 years since the untimely death of Kurt Cobain, front man of Nirvana.
News editor, Sam Pegg, gives you a brief overview of the history of the controversy of lip syncing and how artists have used this to their advantage… or used this as a statement against the industry.
Starting off our newest Records series, ‘The Best Of’, is Alexander Read with the Best of 90s Rock!
David reminisces about Foo Fighters’ epic headlining set from Reading Festival 2012.
Butch Vig also praised the impact of Grohl on the overall genre of rock music.
Carly-May Kavanagh interviews Dead!’s Sam Matlock on festivals, Southampton’s music scene and why he thinks music should be charged for.
Beck joined the existing members of Nirvana to perform a rendition of Bowie’s ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ at last night’s pre-Grammy party.
Charlie Masters loads up on guns for a final thrust into the twisted world of Nirvana.
This Week in Records (09/11/2015-15/11/2015) sees unreleased music from Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, and the debut album from Alessia Cara.
At the end of their European tour, Beth and Will chatted favourite tracks and good-luck-rituals with the Lifehouse bassist.
The song that defined ‘Generation X’ has been branded the most iconic song of all time in a scientific computer programme instigated by Goldsmiths, University of London.
A previously unheard Nirvana demo has been discovered online, that is thought to have been recorded between 1993-1994.