Kim Gordon: ‘You can’t forgive someone if they don’t say sorry’
The former Sonic Youth frontwoman talks to Alexandra Pollard about her debut solo record, the dissolution of her 29-year marriage to Thurston Moore, and why the music industry is full of ‘entitled men who don’t realise there are boundaries’
Who are the wealthy families reflected in Succession?
A cut-throat family media empire fighting over wealth and power? We've heard that story before, says Clémence Michallon
Michael Hutchence swore girlfriend to secrecy about brain injury
Revelations appear in new documentary about late INXS frontman
The Breaking Bad scene Aaron Paul found most challenging to film
'I was so devastated that I just couldn’t come back from it'
Meet grungy guitar-pop singer Zuzu
The artist takes a walk around London’s Cartoon Museum with Alexandra Pollard to talk self-expression, the UK’s north-south divide, and being bored of planet Earth
Big Thief’s new album Two Hands feels astonishingly alive
It helps that the band are so tight you’d think they’d learnt to read one another’s minds. There’s an element of spontaneity and a live sound like few other releases this year
How King Crimson’s masterpiece led us to ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’
‘In the Court of the Crimson King’ was released 50 years ago – Pink Floyd, Yes and Genesis could never have sounded like they did without it, says Simon Hardeman
The Royal Ballet at Royal Opera House: 'Ranges from prickly to serene'
Gorgeously lucid programme celebrates the centenary of contemporary dance pioneer Merce Cunningham