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Nadia Khomami

Posted on Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Bob Dylan Would Be A Teacher If He Wasn't A Musician. Here's What A Week At Dylan High Would Look Like

Here on the NME news desk, we deal with revelations by musicians on a daily basis. This past week, one of the more intriguing ones I came across was Bob Dylan’s disclosure that if he wasn't a musician, he would be a teacher. One of the biggest music icons of the last century teaching you about algebra and F. Scott Fitzgerald - imagine that! So I did. Here's what a week at school with Bob Dylan might look like. Monday: You’ve been dreading today.


NME Blog

Posted on Monday, January 26, 2015

Watch Psycho Egyptian Featuring The Savage's 'DOCX'

Psycho Egyptian has spent the past year knocking about on tour with Mykki Blanco, who picked him up following debut single 'Black Guys In Motorcycle Jackets'. Here, the New York native - real name Devin Kyle Cuthbertson - returns alongside The Savage with new single 'DOCX'. Check out the video, directed by Michael Intil, below.


NME Blog

Posted on Monday, January 26, 2015

Stream H Hawkline's 'In The Pink Of Condition'

LA via Cardiff songwriter H Hawkline has been making underground waves with his self-described "strange pop" for a few years now, but it's with latest album 'In The Pink Of Condition' that he's set to make a big splash. His first as a signed artist, the record is out on February 2 via Heavenly.


NME Blog

Posted on Monday, January 26, 2015

Can You Guess Which Musician Noel Gallagher Is Insulting?

It's the first great music spat of 2015. Noel vs Ed; the old warhorse vs the young pretender; the grizzled rocker vs the spritely pop singer. For the past few weeks, Gallagher and Sheeran have enjoyed taking little potshots at one another, ever since Noel insisted that he couldn't bear to live in a world in which Sheeran headlined Wembley. "I can live in it," promptly replied Sheeran. "It's really enjoyable". And today (January 26), Sheeran revealed he'd taken it even further.


Ben Hewitt

Posted on Friday, January 23, 2015

From PJ Harvey And Björk to Prince And Beyoncé: Seven Ace Awards Show Duets

Both PJ Harvey and Björk have been in the news this week, but for very different reasons. Harvey's been publicly recording her follow-up to 'Let England Shake' in her much-hyped pay-to-watch sessions at Somerset House, with fans able to observe her working on new music behind a glass booth; it's a bold, strange experiment that opens up the normally cloak-and-dagger recording sessions to the masses. Björk, meanwhile, was forced into action by others: after her 'Vulnicura' LP leaked online, she rush-released it on iTunes.

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