Courteeners, Stormzy, Noel Fielding - it's Loaded's guide to the best singles taking on The X Factor for the festive chart-topper.
The Kendrick Lamar-loving President Obama is a cool ruler, but how hip are our own leading politicians? A spoiler: not very.
Take Me To Church singer Hozier tells Loaded why he yearns to stop touring so that he can finish trying to follow up his mega hit.
One Direction's interview on Radio 1 with Greg James and Alice Levine wasn't so much a car crash as non-existent. Loaded picks apart its flimsy waffle.
After backing Jeremy Corbyn, Little Mix say more pop stars should have opinions, as they also reveal Elton John's obsession with their figures.
Toast Of London star Matt Berry discusses his music, the future of his sitcom and why he was terrified of his childhood home.
She may only be 23, but after posing nude for the cover of her US number one album Revival earlier this year, Selena Gomez has shed her Disney past.
With Saint West the newest addition to the brood, we discuss why Kim and Kanye shouldn't be allowed name their offspring.
Bono may be clumsy but, after getting Eagles Of Death Metal back on stage after the Paris attacks, what else does he have to do to make people forgive him?
Loaded’s 10 best winter festivals in Europe to keep revellers dancing right through the year – from parties on the piste to to catching some winter sun.
The strongest woman in rock has long deserved some respect and has returned to Facebook following her recent troubling outbursts on the site.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have been named Reading And Leeds Festival headliners for the 348th time - isn't it time for a change?
With Rihanna spending more time on her videos than her music, is her popularity fading on the eve of her stadium tour going on sale?
This week's Madonna tour has barely had any publicity. Yet it could mark the start of her greatest reinvention to date. Just don't mention #capegate.
After decades of debauchery, Shaun Ryder is so reformed he's making three albums in a year. He talks to Loaded about Miley Cyrus, UFOs and getting straight.
From not eating fried rice and sausages before a tour to relaxing and going prog-rock, Graham Coxon and Alex James pass on wisdom to wannabe Blur’s.
The angriest duo around tell Loaded why performing on stage is better than sex. And why they want to become soap actors. For some reason.
It may not have escaped your attention that Adele has a new album out. However Loaded have an exclusive review of her next five, including 30, 85 and 102.
The resurrections of Chris Moyles and TFI Friday show exactly why nostalgia ain’t what it used to be, and why it’s time to give up mad-fer-it ‘laddism’.
The Killers frontman demands bands make a stand against the Bataclan cowards, and admits he thinks Donald Trump “has some interesting business ideas”.
The Welsh warbler tells Loaded how he wants to be remembered and explains why singers need to feel sexy – even aged 75.
Why the Oasis veteran could definitely, maybe, be ready to change musical direction and collaborate with Britain’s buzziest dance band, Jungle.