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The Who release invigorating new song, All This Music Must Fade

“Dedicated to every artist who has ever been accused of ripping off someone else’s song”.

“The whole album is one big piece of art”: The Night Café on new album 0151

Guitarists Sean and Josh reveal the process of developing from a “little indie band” to writing an 18-track debut LP.
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The Who announce new album Who, their first in 13 years

The single Ball & Chain is out now.
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Watch: The Who debut new song, Big Cigars, in NYC

Pete Townshend also announced a potential November release for the rock icons’ new album.

“Having good chops definitely helps, but it’s not the whole story”: Mark Knopfler on musicianship

Despite leading one of the world’s biggest bands, Mark Knopfler reckons he’s an underachiever. In this interview, the former Dire Straits man talks playing live, songwriting and collaborating with the legendary Chet Atkins.

Pete Townshend’s The Who Live Rig

On the eve of The Who’s British Summer Time show at Hyde Park, we were granted exclusive access to every inch of their live rig – Steve Clarke finds out how Pete Townshend gets that sound…

“The electric guitar was my first love”: Chrissie Hynde on Telecasters, the magic of bands, and the power of telling people to stick it

The Pretenders’ legend on why she only ever wanted to play rhythm, how she’s “won by default” with her brand new signature Fender Telecaster, and why she very nearly talked herself out of the whole thing…

The Genius Of… The La’s, The La’s

Led by the flawed genius of their perfectionist frontman Lee Mavers, The La’s released a timeless self-titled debut in 1990 that predicted the whole Britpop movement. Three decades later, it remains the band’s only album and Mavers hates it so much he’s spent most of his life trying to re-record it. Will we ever hear the album as he intended? 

Queen and Adam Lambert release You Are the Champions in aid of frontline workers

Proceeds from the song will go to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund

Paul McCartney, Eddie Vedder and Billie Joe Armstrong join Lady Gaga’s global coronavirus benefit lineup

The broadcast will see some of the biggest names in music band together to raise money for the WHO.
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