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Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

 
Ex-Sonic Youth Man Thurston Moore On Why Babes In Toyland Are Still One Of Punk's Most Incendiary Forces

As the reformed Minneapolis punk band play their first UK shows in 18 years, the solo artist and former frontman of Sonic Youth explains why Babes In Toyland are so vital Thurston Moore: "For me, for a certain period of time, Babes In Toyland were the greatest band on earth, and there are very few bands I can say that about. I’ll always remember when they first came to New York City and played at this little club called The Pyramid Club, which is a cool little place in the East Village that Sonic Youth used to play at a lot.

 

Nick Levine

Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

 
Man Up: Star Lake Bell On Refreshing The Romcom And Dirty Dancing With Simon Pegg

In new British romcom Man Up, American actress Lake Bell plays Nancy, a woman who accidentally gatecrashes someone else's blind date when Jack (Simon Pegg) mistakes her for the woman he's actually meant to be meeting under the clock at Waterloo station. The pair hit it off immediately, but will Nancy's deception kill the chemistry once Jack discovers who she really is? It's a frank and funny film driven by Bell's completely charming performance as Nancy, for which she adopts an English accent so convincing, even Renee Zellweger might get jealous.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

 
Are Aussies DMAs Bringing Back Britpop? Watch And See

Sydney-based Britpop revivalists DMA's, who we've been keeping tabs on since early last year, were one of the most talked about bands at this year's Great Escape in Brighton. If you weren't able to catch their jangly set at the Vevo Stage in person, fear not!

 

NME Blog

Posted on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

 
Check Out These Unseen Photographs Of Oasis And The Verve From The Man Behind Their Iconic Artwork

Brian Cannon, founder of design agency Microdot, was practically the sixth member of Oasis in their '90s heyday, creating all their artwork, partying with the band and even playing keyboards on the track ‘Morning Glory’. “It was just a laugh,” recalls the man who initially got the gig because Noel Gallagher liked his trainers.

 

Jeremy Allen

Posted on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

 
Is 2015 The Weirdest Year In Music Since Records Began?

It’s not even June yet and already 2015 is shaping up to be one of the weirdest years in music ever. Have there been other years as strange? In 1989, when Fleetwood and Fox famously blundered their way through the Brits and Jason Donovan had the best selling album of the year, many probably thought it would never be topped. And yet 2015 - still relatively young - could turn out to be yet more freakish. We’ve chosen just ten good reasons from a cornucopia on offer to prove why the world has gone completely bananas (except for Jack White’s tour rider which outlawed bananas, natch).

 
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