Created like no other Neil Young album, ‘World Record’ found the rock icon ‘fishing more than usual’, guitarist Nils Logfren tells Dig!
Full of orchestral splendour, Starsailor’s second album, ‘Silence Is Easy’, still feels ‘fresh and relevant’ says frontman James Walsh.
Dan Perfect, nephew of Christine McVie and co-producer of her final solo album, ‘In The Meantime’, tells Dig! how the record came together.
A youthful debut album, ‘Smart Casual’ still has ‘a bit of a timelessness about it’, Kids In Glass Houses frontman Aled Phillips tells Dig!
Inclusive in more ways than one, Nitin Sawhney’s 13th album, ‘Identity’, is wide-ranging yet deeply personal. Sawhney tells Dig! why.
Linda Ronstadt’s voice defined an era. She tells Dig! about crossing paths with her influences, and deciding to retire from singing.
Recorded during lockdown, ‘All Roads Lead Home’ saw Neil Young and the members of Crazy Horse converge upon a new creative challenge.
Neil Young’s ‘Somewhere Under The Rainbow’ live album immortalises the ‘Tonight’s The Night’ tour. Guitarist Nils Lofgren explains why.
An eclectic treat, ‘High Drama’, the fifth solo album from Queen frontman Adam Lambert, takes the art of reinterpretation to a new level.
In this interview, Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman reveals the many highs – and the odd low – of being in one of the biggest bands of the 80s.
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