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Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015

 
Catfish & The Bottlemen: See Inside The Tour Bus Of One Of The UK's Hottest Bands

It's rare you get the chance to get a glimpse of where the biggest bands eat, sleep, drink and, well, do whatever else they get up to while they're out on the road…but thanks to Zig-Zag’s ‘Rolling with…’ you’re going to get to do just that. Off the back of the reception of their debut album 'The Balcony' Catfish & The Bottlemen are one of the hottest UK band's around. After beginning the year in Australia and Asia they've just come off their most successful UK headlining tour to date – playing to packed venues up and down the country every night.

 

Larry Bartleet

Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015

 
Five Moments From Ringo Starr's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction That Proved He's Still The Most Lovable Beatle

Ringo Starr was inducted to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on Saturday night (April 18). He might have been the last of the four Beatles to be inducted as a solo artist – the band themselves were inducted in 1988 – but that didn't stop him having a great time on the night, and very much looking like the life and soul of the party. Not easy when Miley Cyrus is in the room.

 

Nick Levine

Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015

 
The Falling: Director Carol Morley Discusses Her Haunting New Film Starring Game Of Thrones' Maisie Williams

Written and directed by Carol Morley, sister of former NME journalist Paul, The Falling is a beguiling British film that follows a mysterious fainting epidemic at a girls' school in 1969. Game Of Thrones' Maisie Williams stars as Lydia, the first girl to fall into a strange trance-like state before fainting midway through a routine lesson, while newcomer Florence Pugh makes an impressive screen debut as her charismatic best friend Abbie.

 

Andy Welch

Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015

 
Oasis: Is A Gallagher Reunion In The Works? If So, Here's How It Might Play Out

Could it be? Noel and Liam Gallagher have reached a "gentleman's agreement" to reform Oasis next year, according to a newspaper report this weekend. Noel, who has consistently said it's not going to happen unless someone gives him half a billion pounds/condoms/teabags, recently released the UK's fastest-selling album of the year. He also has his biggest ever solo shows to look forward to this summer. Why drop all that for a potentially bumpy, though lucrative, ride down memory lane, you might ask.

 

Dean Van Nguyen

Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015

 
Meet The Kanye West Collaborator Making Hip-Hop With Mumford & Sons - 88-Keys Interview

88-Keys counts rap A-listers Kanye West, Jay Z, Mos Def, The Pharcyde and Talib Kweli among his impressive list of collaborators, so picture our surprise when, in their recent NME cover story, Marcus Mumford, frontman of banjo enthusiasts Mumford & Sons, revealed he was working with the much sought-after producer on a new hip-hop project. We tracked down the New Yorker who confirmed the team-up is real and described their collaboration as “dope as fuck!” Chatting from his studio, Keys recalled meeting Marcus for the first time, working with th

 
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