Kathy Sledge reveals the albums that have given her comfort during an emotionally challenging era.
John Grant discusses the albums that have been giving him solace, comfort and inspiration, so expect to be turned on to some great new music.
Sade Adu's voice is indelibly linked with the 80's and with 'Stronger Than Pride', her band became one of the world’s most successful musical acts. Listen to the story and music.
De La Soul changed the game with 3 Feet High and Rising proving that hip-hop was more than just rapping about the streets, taking inspiration from pop, soul, disco, and even country music.
Described as “a biography” in its liner notes, Slave to the Rhythm spans a broad sonic range, incorporating elements of funk, r&b, and go-go.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Depeche Mode's blockbuster album, The Album Club will be joined by the authors behind the forthcoming book 'Halo: The Story Behind Depeche Mode's Classic Album Violator'. Join us for the inside scoop!
Lisa Stansfield joins Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy to discuss Dusty Springfield’s 'Dusty in Memphis' andher own album 'Affection.
“I got interested in moving away from the hit department, to the art department." - Joni Mitchell