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Macca’s back with a new album called, um, ‘New’, so NME tracked him down to his home studio to quiz him on working with the hottest young producers around, saving…

INSIDE ‘IN UTERO’ As Nirvana’s noisenik swansong hits twenty, NME looks back at the making, meaning and magnificence of one of the most difficult third albums ever. Dissecting the production,…

LA’s funnest pop family accept NME into the fold to talk about schooldays pranks, gluttonous Disneyland trips, onstage health scares, sleeping through earthquakes, traumatic childhood losses, being possessed by the…

Forty years on from the night the first inklings of hip-hop filtered out of DJ Kool Herc’s decks at a Bronx house party, NME celebrates the legendary records, rappers and…

In the secret studio and on the road in Ibiza, million-selling dance sensations Disclosure tell NME about being control freaks, not selling out and making “super-future-mooncore-tech-garage”. But how come Howard…

As ‘Magna Carta… Holy Grail’ hits Number One, NME looks behind the hype and high-level hustling to evaluate Jay-Z’s position in popular culture today, complete with in-studio insights from his…

The Who bring ‘Quadrophenia’ live to the stage this weekend, 40 years after the iconic mod album was released. NME talk exclusively to Roger Daltrey about the lasting influence of…

THE 100 BEST BRITPOP SONGS Intoxicated by ‘Cigarettes And Alcohol’? High on ‘Animal Nitrate’? Consider ‘Caught By The Fuzz’ the most, ahem, arresting tune of the ’90s? Twenty years on…