Articles by Luke Edwards
From rock’n’roll riot-starters to formidably funky floor-fillers, the best drummers made music history by moving our heads and our feet.
With his debut album, ‘+’, Ed Sheeran’s era-defining blend of folk-pop balladry and acoustic rap instantly turned him into a British icon.
Dressing outrageously and invading the charts, the best New Romantic bands dragged British pop out of the doldrums and into a golden era.
A caustic burst of pop-rap, You Need Me, I Don’t Need You saw Ed Sheeran vent his frustrations to leap from the loop pedal to a record deal.
From soft-rock hits to folk balladry, the best Robert Plant solo songs reveal what happened when the Led Zeppelin frontman started over.
With a canny ear for radio-friendly pop melodies, the songs Ed Sheeran wrote for other artists show a flair for chart dominance.
Across many albums, EPs and collaborative projects, the best Ed Sheeran artworks show the evolution of the pop superstar’s visual identity.
From folky freakouts to feats of sonic daring, the best Jethro Tull songs crowned the group the court jesters of the prog rock scene.
From acoustic folk-pop to rapid-fire wordplay, the best Ed Sheeran songs show why he is one of the world’s finest singer-songwriters.
With fearlessly inventive fills and riotous riffage, the best guitarists of all time tore up the stage and created a rock’n’roll ruckus.
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