Music, film and TV gossip, updated throughout the day as if it were somehow important. Today: pointless statuettes, cosmic rock and the world’s second-most famous Chris Evans
These headphones have their own amplifier for powerful, driving music – even from wimpy smartphones. By Samuel Gibbs
Despite a major label bid for all music to be released on Fridays, North America’s indie record shops are pleading for the new standard to be earlier in the week
Stuart Murdoch's Glasgow musical drama limps and stumbles along but is strangely moving, writes Xan Brooks
David Cameron has announced age ratings for music videos in the UK. But will a 15 or R18 label really protect children from the latest Rihanna spectacle? And could censorship do more harm than good?
The outspoken rock singer says in uncompromising article that suicide is unacceptable if it leaves children without their parents
As Guy Pearce puts out his debut single, Monica Tan takes a look at Erinsborough’s most memorable musical exports. Don’t they make you feel good?
Paul Whitelaw: No one was more surprised than the Belle and Sebastian frontman himself when he started directing his first movie
Warhol may have over-estimated. The teen stars of tomorrow – and the ones with lucrative marketing deals today – are honing their appeal until it fits into the six seconds allocated by the video recording app Vine, writes Harriet Gibsone
Debates rage over whether hi-res music is a gimmick. Three Guardian writers put four music formats – and their ears – to the test. By Samuel Gibbs
Sali Hughes: Elizabeth Arden blames its fall in sales on the waning popularity of branded fragrances. One Direction's all-conquering Our Moment might have something to say about that
Singer joins growing backlash against filming performances, telling fans she wants to 'have contact with you as an audience'
The subscription service will offer concert footage and remixes in addition to the official discographies of artists, according to reports. By Samuel Gibbs