To celebrate Record Store Day, we’ve picked our top 5 record-related favourites from our collection—though they might not all be quite what you’d expect!
Sound artists Vicky Clarke and David Birchall, aka Noise Orchestra, take you behind the scenes of the Bradford-inspired installation they created for Supersenses.
A life-size cardboard cut-out of the Spice Girls might not be something you would expect to find in a museum store…
Dance crazes have always sparked outrage and debate, as these images from our collection prove!
Musician Jono Podmore writes on scoring early British science films for a world premiere at Bradford International Film Festival.
Ahead of the world premiere of Hell’s Hinges on 3 April, Neil Brand tells us about performing with the Dodge Brothers, and his love for the sound of cinema.
Victorian song sheets provide a fascinating glimpse into contemporary attitudes to photography, such as this response to the new instantaneous hidden cameras.
Songs about videogames were a unique craze in the late 1970s and early 80s, inspired by the increasing popularity of gaming.
With the amount of fiction and storytelling on show at our animation festival, it can be easy to overlook the creativity and imagination of animators working in the commercial sector.
Fifty years ago today, on 5 October 1962, McCartney, Lennon, Starr and Harrison burst onto the UK music scene with ‘Love Me Do’.