This weekend San Francisco radio station Latino Mix 105.7 played Nelly’s 2002 hit ‘Hot In Herre’ for 18 hours straight. We don’t know the exact reason why – the station has yet to issue a statement on their Nelly-thon.
Director Jonathan Glazer has been hailed as the next Kubrick for Under The Skin, his adaptation of Michel Faber's sci-fi novel. It opened over the weekend to mainly ecstatic reviews. The film casts Scarlett Johansson as a predatory alien stalking the street of Glasgow to pick up men. If you haven't watched it already, you might have seen the trailer over the last few months. One of the things that struck me straight-off was the strange, insectival soundtrack. With metallic drones and buzzing, high-intensity strings it bred an uncomfortable, otherworldly atmosphere.
Julian Casablancas played a host of new material at SXSW over the weekend with his newly-formed backing band The Voidz after their live debut in Washington.
Foster The People return next week with new album 'Supermodel', the eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2011 sleeper smash 'Torches'. A vibrant indie-pop trip full of psychedelic technicolour flourishes, it's a bit of a belter - but don't take our word for it. Listen to the album in full now, exclusively on NME.com. And as if that wasn't enough, scroll below for an exclusive video interview with singer Mark Foster on the song that started it all for the LA band, 'Pumped Up Kicks'. Don't say we don't spoil you.
It's been a busy few weeks in the world of Oasis - well, relatively speaking. While the defunct Britpoppers are still refusing to reunite, news has emerged of a new definitive 'Definitely Maybe' boxset and London exhibition commemorating the album's anniversary. Liam Gallagher may not be on board with all these anniversary plans but we certainly are - which is why this week's Quiz This It is about all things Oasis. Think you know your Bonehead from your 'Be Here Now'?