Articles by Stephanie Hernandez
From searingly honest songwriters to rock icons that defined their own terms, the most influential female musicians opened doors for change.
Inspiring and motivational, the best workout songs have driven many a competitor to achieve their personal best – and then smash it.
From art-pop agitators to pop-princess reinventions, the best 90s female singers epitomise a decade of bold fashions – and even bolder music.
Exposing the nightmare at the heart of California dreamin’, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Californication’ found them in an introspective mood.
With his debut album, ‘Return Of The Mack’, Mark Morrison brought a UK swagger to the US-dominated hip-hop and R&B scenes.
Channelling pain and telling us it will all be OK, the best breakup albums see musicians laying their souls bare in order to soothe ours.
Revealing a fine line between inspiration and plagiarism, these landmark copyright lawsuits have defined the course of music history.
A uniquely nostalgic coming-of-age song, The Four Seasons’ December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night) can still hypnotise and mesmerise.
With a cover of Al Green’s Let’s Stay Together, Tina Turner created a stunning piece of electronic soul that led her to dominate the 80s.
Creating entirely new styles of playing, the best Johnny Marr guitar parts reveal him to be an era-defining guitarist.
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