In this second part of our The Dears double feature, they talk in-depth about new album Missiles... »
Married couple and recent parents Murray Lightburn and Natalia Yanchak are the only surviving members of The Dears as it was before recording sessions for third album Missiles began. We ask: what happened?»
Sunderland’s finest four-piece, The Futureheads, top off a fantastic major-label-free twelve months with a full UK tour.
Not only are they touring, but in a Pearl Jam fashion, the Futureheads are releasing a number of live shows which fans will be able»
Former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker is to appear at the international music convention founded by Tony Wilson, which takes place in Manchester over October 5th, 6th and 7th»
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl today sugggested that that the band may not be returning to UK shores for ten years.
His dramatic statement comes after the band played two stonking summer shows at Wembley Stadium.
Unfortunately, this means Grohl an»
The video for Björk’s next single, 'Dull Flame Of Desire' is now online
Taken from Volta (reviewed) and out on the 22th September the song is a collaboration with Antony & The Johnsons front man Antony Hegarty.
As with everything associated with Ice»
Former Libertines band mates and likely lads Pete Doherty and Carl Barat joined forces once again last night when they performed an impromptu set in London town»
New York post-punk partiers The Rapture are releasing a compilation LP of inspiring tracks gummed together with their own finest DJ glue.
Released on October 20th Tapes is the latest in the DJ Kicks series which has seen contributions from Hot Chip and»
The BBC are going make their vast archive of music history available online. What are you looking forward to seeing/hearing? DiS has picked five to get you thinking»
Leather-clad Bolton rockers To The Bones are to release single 'Rex' through Medici Records - a truly DIY label»
Glorious Canadian pop rockers The Stills have announced a handful of UK live dates for November this year.
The tour will coincide with the UK release of the quintet's third LP Oceans Will Rise. In shops on 20 October through Arts & Crafts the statement»
As already reported Elbow triumphed in the race to become the Mercury Music Prize winners last night during a swanky ceremony in London town.»
Every one of The Little Ones' songs on Morning Tide seems laced with a smile so fake you want to punch it until it bleeds something real»
As …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead piece together their sixth album, frontman Conrad Keeley talks to DiS»
Bright Eyes star Conor Oberst has made his new, self-titled solo album available to all via a stream on his website»
Ben Folds is going to unleash his rock side with his new long-awaited album»
The Hoosiers (pictured) have attacked Kings of Leon for ‘not putting on a show’ when they headlined the Glastonbury Festival last month»
Angry Welsh rockers Future Of The Left have expanded their upcoming UK tour by adding two new dates in London and Newcastle»
Pushing aside the ever renewing hype about possibly joining forces once again with loveable rogue Doherty, Carl Barat has revealed details of another side project he’s got as The Chavs»
The much celebrated Bob Dylan film ‘I’m Not There’ is released on DVD today (July 14) and to celebrate its launch Drowned in Sound is giving you the chance to bag a copy of the film and soundtrack»
Despite reports in The Guardian that fans were left “bemused”, the organisers of The Mighty Boosh Festival have deemed it an overwhelming success»
US President in waiting Barack Obama today name checked Lil Wayne during a speech intended to encourage young people to stay in school»
Australian four-piece Howling Bells are set to make their return to the London live scene tonight (July 9) when they roll up to The Hoxton Bar and Kitchen»
Metallica (pictured) might yet be spared their blushes as it turns out most people are looking elsewhere for their music criticism and reviews»
With the cleaning up and rebranding of the Reading and Leeds Festival sans-rubbish dish water alcohol, the new bands tent has gone through somewhat of a metamorphosis»
A rift opened up in the masterly anthem-penning partnership that is Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris today»
Iceland’s ambience mongers Sigur Rós have revealed their new single was heavily influenced by the politically potty Eurovision»
Let’s not kid ourselves: The Futureheads' This Is Not The World was almost the album that never happened»
Not quite down and out, in fact, not even down in the mouth. The Futureheads rise triumphant against all the odds after being dropped as they play their most exciting tour to date»
The hysteria isn’t born in the crowd but streams from the stage to infect the congregation as they feed on the energy. The Go! Team never tire - you’d think they’d need a sit down but a sip of water and they’re back on it»