Music veteran to unveil ‘highest resolution’ digital music service alongside new device during SXSW keynote. By Stuart Dredge
Before he hit his stride with Carrie and Dressed to Kill, Brian De Palma won some discerning fans with this wild satire on the world of 70s rock, writes Philip French
Charlie Lyne: As rapper Iggy Azalea pays tribute to the 1995 film with her latest video, has it lost any of its appeal since it was released? As if!
The Glasgow-based electro-pop band, fifth in the BBC's Sound Of 2013 new music list, get their hands on a string of musical inventions
The Fab Four harness the power of technology, the Legally Blonde star teleports and the robots pursue new plot twists. By Janette Owen
Fifty years ago, Morton Subotnick inadvertently invented techno with his 'electronic music box', the Buchla synthesiser. He tells Alfred Hickling why he's revisiting the piece for the Adelaide festival
Adelaide festival: Jed Kurzel’s ominous, insistent music was a fundamental factor to the success of the haunting film Snowtown
British actor plays Mrs Lovett alongside Bryn Terfel for just five performances at the Avery Fisher Hall
One Direction singer and Glee actor linked to screen adaptation of hit musical, along with Billy Elliot's Stephen Daldry
Ben Beaumont-Thomas: It was in production for only three years, and was a commercial disaster. So how did it end up becoming the instrument that still sounds like the future?
The Echo Nest uses a database of more than 30m songs to provide music recommendation, audio fingerprinting, and other services. By Alex Hern
Hadley Freeman: The actor was so happy making music with his band that he thought he'd never make a film again
The backing singer, who is featured in the Oscar winning documentary 20 Feet From Stardom, claims that she and Bowie will work together on a new project
Music-industry documentary takes the Academy award with a study of backing singers' working lives
Helienne Lindvall: The 23-year-old North London songwriter has found an unusual way to fund her career without the backing of a record label