The Smiths

Morrissey previously accused his former Smiths bandmate of "using my name as click-bait".
Johnny Marr still hasn’t forgiven David Cameron, it seems, for his attempt to ingratiate himself with the indie-kids by saying
Johnny Marr still hasn’t forgiven David Cameron, it seems, for his attempt to ingratiate himself with the indie-kids by saying
All this casts fascinating light on the few major pop acts who've never been overwhelmed by the desire to jump back onto the rock'n'roll roundabout. Why are they resisting the enormous big fat cheques (surely) being waved at them almost perpetually by the world's promoters? And who is the least likely to ever budge from their zero-tolerance standpoint?
In Simon Reynolds' splendidly comprehensive discussion of pop culture's obsession with its own backstory Retromania, he states that "every generation as it ages will want to see its musical youth mythologised and memorialised." Looking at the eras currently being eagerly painted with the nostalgia brush, one decides Reynolds can only be right.
Music is a cornerstone of all of our lives, whether it's a song playing on the radio during the morning drive to work, an intimate gig with 100 people on the top floor of a pub, or a festival in a muddy field at the height of summer.
Spoof band The Iain Duncan Smiths have recorded a version of a Smiths classic poking fun at David Cameron's alleged entanglement
Remember when all those little leather strings around your wrist were a thing, courtesy of Morten Harket and his a-Ha comrades
Morrissey has revealed graphic details of an alleged sexual assault he claims to have suffered at the hands of a security
Spoof band The Iain Duncan Smiths has recorded a version of a Smiths classic satirising the Government controversy over faked