June 18 2013 Latest news:
Rod Stewart has added a second and final show to his ‘Time’ tour at The O2 in London in September.
Their trademark glacial, widescreen and delicate beauty is blown into stormier waters following the departure of multi-instrumentalist Kjartan Sveinsson. The result? No lifeboats needed.
The Paul Weller-endorsed, choppy Brit-rock boy returns, but is there any staying power beneath the bold sonic bluster?
Singer-songwriter Paloma Faith joined other artists to perform outside the Tate Modern gallery this afternoon as part of a campaign to fight world poverty.
Will.i.am, Ed Sheeran and Mumford & Sons are among the stars who have recorded new versions of celebrated protest songs to highlight issues of global poverty.
An ABBA tribute show will be celebrating its 20th year on tour at Stratford Circus this month.
Josh Homme spreads his creative wings, with startling results.
Fleshing out their understated but beautiful debut, this London duo deliver a beguiling follow-up.
If Hugh Laurie had something to prove with his debut solo album (does this posh English actor really think he can do the blues?) he clearly felt the same pressure with this sophomore work.
Marling reveals a new, assured maturity in this extensive, 16-track album. And it’s a cracker.
None-too-clever satire laps against the shores of humdrum jazz-pop in Pando’s latest excursion into the obscure.
Fans of Demi Lovato were angered this morning after tickets to her show in London were apparently given to people who camped out in Soho overnight, despite being warned not to.
Don’t assume the light’s fading in this star. Her return offers more than meets the eye, if you’re willing to look past the odd mistake.
A debut record that offers plenty of tunes to move your feet – and maybe even your soul, too.
Niblett’s trademark intensity is met with softer elements that will widen her appeal without diminishing her gritty vitriol.
Ten years ago, plans for an impressive multi-million pound project which was set to transform Ilford Town Centre and mark the “rebirth” of the area, were revealed to residents.
A teenage girl thought she was escaping an argument when she got into a car with a Chadwell Heath man – but he took her to a house and raped her, a court heard today.
Two secondary school pupils will soon record a rap song to warn other youngsters of the dangers of knife crime.
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