Introducing… Black Honey, the indie upstarts trading in wide-screen guitar sounds and cinematic ambitions

The band discuss the retro-fabulous sound of their forthcoming LP, using Jack White’s old amps, and seeing how many fuzz pedals you can stick on a guitar at once.

This year’s Download Festival has been postponed to 2022

The move also means the event's headliners change for a second time.

Watch: Robert Fripp, Toyah Willcox and a white snake cover Foo Fighters’ Everlong

No animals were hurt in the filming of this Sunday Lockdown Lunch episode.

The Big Listen: Julien Baker – Little Oblivions

After two albums of stark confessionals that cut to the core, Julien Baker faced a dilemma over whether to repeat a winning formula or expand her sound. Her decision making is as astute as her songwriting, it turns out.

Tom Morello reveals why he never cuts his string ends

The look was definitely "not an accident."

Brian May and Eric Johnson demo the new BMG Arielle signature

The two guitarists take two different approaches.

Meet Sophie Burrell: Britain’s rising star of instrumental guitar

From starting a YouTube channel to writing her first single, Sophie Burrell explains how she went from idolising Mark Tremonti to earning her very own PRS endorsement.

Eddie Van Halen’s guitar tech explains infamously out-of-tune performance of Jump

Tom Weber sets the record straight: It wasn’t the keyboards' sample rate.

How to play chords like Paul McCartney (Part 2)

In the second part of our Paul McCartney lesson we head into a world of moving basslines and slash, seventh and diminished chords as a songwriting genius broadens his horizons.