A cancelled music festival caused Blur to set up shop in a Hong Kong studio for five days in 2013.
This fourth volume in the Quartetto di Cremona's ongoing Beethoven cycle, even by these great players' well-established standards, is astounding.
Poland-born and Glasgow-based, Ela Orleans has released a good few solo albums over the years.
Sardinian trumpeter Paolo Fresu's partnership with Italian bandoneonist Daniele di Bonaventura follows a noble line in European jazz of duos involving members of the accordion family.
It wasn't exactly an afterthought but neither was it conceived as a track that would grab the folk music industry's collective attention.
Promoters in Dundee, Renfrewshire and Lochaber are the first three winners in an initiative to encourage young people to form a regular music club in their area.
Tomorrow evening at an Aye Write!
What can we glean from the 2015 Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award longlist, which is announced today?
You're playing a gig in a Dublin bar and you want to add some musicians to the line-up.