Feature Forget classical and and give Eagles a swerve – if you really want to give your system a workout, you need to get heavy.
Every time a new issue of What Hi-Fi? is published, we update our playlist (on Deezer, Qobuz, Spotify and Tidal) with music we've been listening to in the last month. So please, join us.
Piano Day We celebrate Piano Day 2021 by interviewing the composer who started it all, discussing everything from his favourite recordings to making your own soap.
British Hi-Fi Week We spoke to Rogers Hi-Fi's Andy Whittle to explain why and how this famous British company is delving into the past.
British Hi-Fi Week We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite music the UK has ever produced. Dig in and give your speakers a very British workout.
Pre-order one of the 2021 Neo QLED TVs from Samsung, Currys, Richer Sounds and others to take advantage.
It's easy enough to part with some cash for a pair of stereo speakers, but are they the right speakers for you?
We interview Mogwai guitarist and songwriter Stuart Braithwaite about rebuilding his Linn record player.
Feature Musical icons, seminal tracks, those who inspired and those whose due success never arrived: Netflix has it all covered.
You know the terms, and you probably know what they mean – but why does it matter? We answer the questions you may have about belt drive and direct drive turntables.
All of these albums spent multiple weeks as UK No1 in the 90s, but do you know the artists who released them?
When so much of our time is spent at our desks, great audio is just as important there as anywhere else.
Updated System building needs careful thought – so whether you're just starting or upgrading, allow us to offer a little advice.
You can find a podcast covering just about anything these days, and that includes some brilliant music podcasts.
A great movie soundtrack claims the music for itself. These are ten of our favourites for testing with.
Some records require quiet meditation. The music on this list can help you sleep, relax and achieve aural bliss.
It's been a historic year for the arts, but our pick of 2020's best albums proves there is nothing that can hold back creativity.