Diffuser counts down the very best albums from 1986.
At one point, Morrissey seemed to be leaning toward retirement. Not anymore.
Thom Yorke played a mix of solo, Radiohead and Atoms for Peace material on guitar and piano at the Pathway to Paris concert, premiering two new songs.
A new teaser clip from Third Man Records might be confirmation of Jack White's long-held plans to play a vinyl record in orbit.
Muse were set to play in Istanbul before armed forces attempted to overthrow the country's democratically elected leader.
LCD Soundsystem was expected to do blockbuster business after reuniting for a series of festival dates, but fans at T in the Park must not have gotten the memo.
Mike D promises to play music from across a broad spectrum, while bringing in artists like Slaves – with whom the rapper has recorded recently.
Comparisons with John Frusciante are perhaps inevitable. But that doesn't mean current Red Hot Chili Peppers' guitarist Josh Klinghoffer is taking them in stride.
Thom Yorke's solo debut arrived during a period of uncertainty for Radiohead. In keeping, it drew out a series of ever-more pressing questions.
Venues along Chris Cornell's on-going solo tour had been warned to be on the look out for Jessica Robbins.