Articles by Luke Edwards
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.
A party anthem inspired by a tequila binge, Terrorvision’s breakout hit is a tale of hedonism and broken bones – as the band reveal to Dig!
With a unique vision of a completely electronic style of music, German synth-mavericks Kraftwerk changed the face of pop music forever.
From grunge agitators to Britpop barnstormers, the best 90s musicians helped define the era by adding colour to the close of the millennium.
Passing the torch through the generations, these musician fathers and their famous children share blood bonds and creative genes.
A bracing fusion of art-pop charm and synth-led experimentalism, Duran Duran’s debut album had New Romantics looking for the TV sound.
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