The Stranglers

Interview: The Stranglers

Originally known as the Guilford Stranglers, the punk-provocateurs responsible for hit’s like Golden Brown and No More Heroes, remain synonymous with the Surrey town.

Register for Novelist talk to win gig tickets

The Independent Venue Week 2019 ambassador will be chatting to fellow grime MC Big Zuu about his career at a free event in association with PRS for Music and Independent Venue Week, and fans have an opportunity to bag free tickets to his performance later that evening.

Martin Rushent

Producer Martin Rushent has died on 4 June 2011 aged 63. Rushent was reknowned for his work with the Human League - he won the Best British Producer in 1982 for the band's Dare album.

Mike Marlin part two

Mike Marlin is a talented singer and songwriter who has a remarkable story. Mike was born in Wimbledon during the 1960s, went to university, discovered music and girls, dropped out of university and joined a succession of bands who didn’t quite make it. All the time, Mike wrote and demoed his own songs in the safety of his bedroom.

Mike Marlin part one

Mike Marlin is a talented singer and songwriter who has a remarkable story. Mike was born in Wimbledon during the 1960s, went to university, discovered music and girls, dropped out of university and joined a succession of bands who didn't quite make it. All the time, Mike wrote and demoed his own songs in the safety of his bedroom.

PRS for Music Launches Art of the Song

On Wednesday evening the Berners Street basement was transformed into a gallery and played host to members, staff, press and guests for the launch of Art of the Song.