How the Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed Album Art Was Made (and How Delia Smith Helped)

With most of us buying our music in digital formats, album art just isn't treasured in the way it was in the '60s and '70s. And now, MoMA has added a classic from that bygone era to its permanent collection: The cover of the Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed, designed by Robert Brownjohn. Read More >>

Ageing Rockers Finally Embrace the Future, as AC/DC and Rolling Stones Go Digital

Hot on the heels of the Beatles, you can now buy the electric-laced wailings of AC/DC's back catalogue, including 16 whole albums from iTunes, marking the classic rockers' first moves to digital. Not only that but the Rolling Stones have gone one further and released an app for the iPhone -- who said you can't teach an old dogs new tricks? Read More >>