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My Classic Album: Jazzie B on Soul II Soul ‘Club Classics...

Jazzie B revolutionised black British music when he founded the band Soul II Soul. Their debut 1989 album became an international phenomenon; its blend of soul, reggae and funk landing perfectly amid the exploding house music culture of that year.

CAS Worldwide: Kraftwerk ‘The Man-Machine’

As the title suggests, this album successfully blends the boundaries between human and robot to the point where it’s unclear quite exactly what Kraftwerk are.

My Classic Album: Orbital ‘In Sides’

Electronic music pioneers Orbital joined us as part of our celebrations for National Album Day 2018 to look back their iconic fourth album 'In Sides'.

My Classic Album: Sherelle on Sbtrkt ‘Sbtrkt’

Sherelle is leading a new generation of high-speed ravers who are addicted to jungle, drum ‘n’ bass, footwork and juke.

My Classic Album: Nitin Sawhney on ‘Beyond Skin’

Nitin Sawhney joins Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy to discuss his Mercury Music Prize nominated album 'Beyond Skin'.

International Women’s Day

Lisa Stansfield, Paloma Faith, Beverley Knight, Sister Sledge, KT Tunstall, Kathy Sledge, Terri Lyne Carrington & more.

Laurie Anderson’s Top Five Albums of All Time

American avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson discusses drama, silence in music, tape loops and more in her Top 5.

Album Inspirations: Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry on ‘Snowflakes Are Dancing’...

Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire and André de Ridder discuss ‘Snowflakes are Dancing’ by Japanese musician Isao Tomita.

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