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The actor, screenwriter and enemy of Batman Jesse Eisenberg, talks about his love for musical theatre and Wu-Tang Clan. The first song I fell in love to Ween – ‘Sweetheart…

The chequered past of 1990s punk looms over today’s lush musical landscape like Banquo’s ghost with a sticky bleached mohawk and a Carhartt hoodie. Long forgotten flesh holes flap morosely,…

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don’t miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which…

We’re used to throngs of drunken zombies performing the ‘Thriller’ dance or miming the ludicrous ‘Monster Mash’ this time of year, but these Halloween standards have overshadowed a raft of…

Pop music TV is in a bit of a state right now. The Voice promised a different take on the standard sob story-soaked talent show, but swiftly went straight back…

‘Outsider music’ feels like an old-fashioned concept these days. It still serves as a descriptor for lots of extraordinary artists, though: people who either didn’t fit the record industry’s specifications,…

Check the new NME and you’ll see it’s full of Radar bands. Yup, tis our first full issue of the year, and we’re all about new music. I spent most…

In honour of this week’s issue on the 100 Gigs You Should Have Been At – order a digital copy here – NME writers have been thinking about the barmiest…

Let’s face it, by the time September rolls round we’re pretty much festival-ed out. The tent is encrusted in mud, the wellies are long gone after that night when we…

Last time we witnessed the [a]Monotonix[/a] party experience – elsewhere in Leeds, earlier this year – their debauched rock’n’roll antics captivated and molested a capacity crowd. Shirts came off (band,…