Jun 17, 2013
A vigorous new beginning for Sigur Rós, harnessing the heavier, more visceral vibe that concludes their bigger live sets.
Read Article Sigur Rós: Kveikur
Kanye West's latest album delivers a clear message. Read Article Kanye West: Yeezus
It might be time to reappraise Hanson - and what better way than through their new, tightly arranged album.
Read Article Hanson: Anthem
Jun 15, 2013
The former first lady of the Philippines, perhaps the easiest political figure ever to portray as a disco-diva, is a perfect amoral muse for a Manhattan musical with a moral at the end, writes Saul Austerlitz
Read Article Composers David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, adapt Imelda Marcos saga for musical
Jun 10, 2013
Beady Eye's sound finally dislodges itself from the late 1960s to somewhere more current and moody.
Read Article Beady Eye: Be
If Black Sabbath's latest album is also their last one, it's a heartfelt goodbye. Read Article Black Sabbath back with 13
A set of finely tuned baroque-pop numbers blending all sorts of flavours from Motown to post-punk.
Read Article Camera Obscura: Desire Lines
Jun 08, 2013
Only diehard fans deserve to hear Boards of Canada's new album, writes John Robinson Read Article Boards of Canada's new album best suited to hardcore fans
Jun 04, 2013
James McNair talks to founding members Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone of The Zombies. Read Article Return of The Zombies
Jun 03, 2013
The California band's best work since their 2002 cracker Songs for the Deaf.
Read Article Queens of the Stone Age: ...Like Clockwork
In this album, even miniscule fractions of a minute provide ample playground space for musical experimentation – and the results are sublime.
Read Article The-Dream: IV Play
The UK singer's second solo album resounds with straightforward, retro rock 'n' roll.
Read Article Miles Kane: Don't Forget Who You Are
Jun 01, 2013
After a five-year hiatus, the Australian band Empire of the Sun have released their second album, which is brimming with catchy and cosmic tunes that reaffirm their vision to be just a little bit strange, writes Nick Levine
Read Article Australian duo Empire of the Sun releases second album
Back injury forces former champion Venus Williams to pull out of the year's third tennis major. Rafael Nadal seeded fifth at Wimbledon
The United States and the Afghan government announce they will hold talks with the Taliban in Doha this week aimed at achieving peace in Afghanistan. US to hold peace talks with Taliban
Take a look at the future of air travel from Abu Dhabi with a series of artists impressions of the new Midfield Terminal. In pictures: Abu Dhabi Airport's Midfield Terminal
A culinary map of the variety of Indian food organised by Indian states in just the two-kilometre radius of Karama in Dubai - often billed Little India. With map. A guide to Karama's Indian restaurants state by state
The days of taking one picture at a time on real film, rather than a disk, have never lost their romance. Neither have the images, a website is proving. Rym Ghazal reports Snapshots tell of the way we were
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