Jess Glynne Despite the fact the year started with me flipping tables on her behalf, Jess Glynne has had a freakin fabulous
I'm looking forward to working with Holly in the near future with the Raise Her Voice project to ensure we support the young women that need our help.
Parklife festival have announced their 2015 line-up, and to say we’re pretty excited would be an understatement. Since its
Ed Sheeran is apparently ditching the ballads - at least for the time being - by teaming up with Rudimental for a new track
You've got to feel sorry for celebrities these days. They really miss out on the finer things in life. Things like the majesty of the London Underground, self-service machines at Tesco, and - of course - Tinder. Wouldn't societies most judged love to do a little judging themselves?
The Brit Awards nominations are in and veteran star David Bowie is up for two gongs in the wake of his comeback - three decades
It's been a great year for music, and here's my selection of the best of it. I've chosen one 'if you only listen to one...' track for each album, which I think is the best/one you might not have heard of. Feel free to praise or abuse as you want.
A well respected and shape shifting tastemaker, DJ, radio presenter and now proud mother, Annie Mac has set her own standard. In a mainly lad led industry she stands shoulder to shoulder with the guys who look up to her.
Summer doesn't really feel over without a ferry trip across to the Isle of Wight in the first week of September. And for the last three years I have been making that journey from London to Portsmouth to Ryde to the Robin Hill Country Park for all the musical glory that is Bestival.
In 2012 Rudimental had everyone dancing to their infectious breakout song ‘Feel The Love’, featuring John Newman, in the