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Nicky Wire On Why Manic Street Preachers Need To 'Replenish'Play Video

Nicky Wire On Why Manic Street Preachers Need To 'Replenish' (01:40)

Manic Street Preachers bassist Nicky Wire discusses the band's political legacy - and why they might need a break before they try to top 2014's 'Futurology'.

Queen's Brian May On How Young People Can Transform PoliticsPlay Video

Queen's Brian May On How Young People Can Transform Politics (01:10)

Speaking at the Ivor Novello Awards, Brian May discusses how the internet can change politics and why he has faith that young people will see through...

Ekkah at The Great Escape: Duo On Their Disco-Funk Roots, 'Nile Rodgers Collaboration'Play Video

Ekkah at The Great Escape: Duo On Their Disco-Funk Roots, 'Nile Rodgers Collaboration' (02:46)

NME caught up with Birmingham disco-funk-pop duo Ekkah at The Great Escape festival in Brighton in May – they talk about their plans for a new EP,...

Jack Garratt: 'I Was A Losing Finalist At The Junior Eurovision Song Contest'Play Video

Jack Garratt: 'I Was A Losing Finalist At The Junior Eurovision Song Contest' (04:17)

The London singer-songwriter recalls his musical beginnings entering the 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, he said he 'cried' after coming bottom, but...

Paul Weller: "I Was More Narrow Minded When I Was Younger"Play Video

Paul Weller: "I Was More Narrow Minded When I Was Younger" (03:11)

The Modfather's back with one of his most eclectic listens yet. How did new album 'Saturns Pattern' end up channelling acid-psych, Krautrock and jazz? We...

20 Years After 'I Should Coco', Gaz Coombes On How He's Stepped Out Of Supergrass's ShadowPlay Video

20 Years After 'I Should Coco', Gaz Coombes On How He's Stepped Out Of Supergrass's Shadow (03:22)

Supergrass's career-best album came out 20 years ago this month. Gaz Coombes says although he has fond memories of the record (and plans for a deluxe...

How Joy Division Changed Music Forever, By Django Django, Bleachers, Everything Everything And MorePlay Video

How Joy Division Changed Music Forever, By Django Django, Bleachers, Everything Everything And More (04:41)

On the 35th anniversary of Ian Curtis' death, massive modern artists unpick the keenly missed frontman's music and legacy.

Mini Mansions On Their Alex Turner And Brian Wilson-Starring New Album 'The Great Pretenders'Play Video

Mini Mansions On Their Alex Turner And Brian Wilson-Starring New Album 'The Great Pretenders' (03:26)

The Los Angeles band on how "huge life events" coincided with the writing of their "fantastical and honest" new record, which features turns from Arctic...

Catfish And The Bottlemen's Favourite Festival MemoriesPlay Video

Catfish And The Bottlemen's Favourite Festival Memories (03:52)

Van McCann on his years of going to festivals as a punter, including watching The Streets "tear it up" and encountering water-stealing mad-men during a...

Maximo Park Look Back On Their "Fired-Up" 2005 Debut Album 'A Certain Trigger'Play Video

Maximo Park Look Back On Their "Fired-Up" 2005 Debut Album 'A Certain Trigger' (04:22)

The Newcastle band on how DIY culture and opposition to London's music industry helped inspire their now-decade-old debut album, which they're set to...

London Newcomer Georgia On The Fierce Death Grips-Inspired Sound Of Her Breakout Single 'Move Systems'Play Video

London Newcomer Georgia On The Fierce Death Grips-Inspired Sound Of Her Breakout Single 'Move Systems' (02:08)

Combining everything from early '00s grime to Lorde-ish pop, Domino newcomer Georgia is one of our favourite new artists at the moment for good reason....

Watch Brighton Thrashers KRAK KRAK's Boozy B-Movie Video For 'Grave Dhol'Play Video

Watch Brighton Thrashers KRAK KRAK's Boozy B-Movie Video For 'Grave Dhol' (02:43)

Featuring a member of baritone gloomsters Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, KRAK KRAK have been kicking up a fuss of late with their riffy, rumbling brand...

Maximo Park On What The "Worrying" General Election Result Means For Britain, And Where Next For LabourPlay Video

Maximo Park On What The "Worrying" General Election Result Means For Britain, And Where Next For Labour (04:22)

The Newcastle group reflect on the Conservatives' shock majority win in today's General Election (May 7), condemning Britain to another five years of Tory...

Catfish And The Bottlemen On How New York Helped Inspire 'Cocoon' - Song StoryPlay Video

Catfish And The Bottlemen On How New York Helped Inspire 'Cocoon' - Song Story (03:59)

Catfish and the Bottlemen's Van McCann tells NME how he wrote 'Cocoon', which he describes as "our Dakota" - a nod to the Stereophonics hit.

Everything Everything Talk New Album 'Get To Heaven': "All These Songs Are Absolutely Killer"Play Video

Everything Everything Talk New Album 'Get To Heaven': "All These Songs Are Absolutely Killer" (01:45)

With 'Distant Past' - the lead track from eclectic Manchester troop Everything Everything's new album 'Get To Heaven' - fast becoming the group's biggest...

Slaves: "Everyone Needs To Go Out And Vote, If Only To Stop Nigel Farage Getting A Seat"Play Video

Slaves: "Everyone Needs To Go Out And Vote, If Only To Stop Nigel Farage Getting A Seat" (01:17)

The punk pair on the dangers of UKIP and how "if we have a hope of changing the world, we need to reinvent the political system."

Fat White Family's Lias Saudi On Gentrification And The Disappearance Of Squat CulturePlay Video

Fat White Family's Lias Saudi On Gentrification And The Disappearance Of Squat Culture (01:49)

With the General Election approaching, the Fat Whites frontman discusses how 'rent control' is threatening a part of British culture important to him.

Django Django On Why The Rise Of The SNP And Green Party Is Healthy For British PoliticsPlay Video

Django Django On Why The Rise Of The SNP And Green Party Is Healthy For British Politics (02:10)

The Green Party have made the environment one of the key focuses of this week's General Election. Django Django explain why that's a huge positive, and...

Slaves Respond To Criticism Over Their Band NamePlay Video

Slaves Respond To Criticism Over Their Band Name (01:35)

About to release their highly anticipated debut album, punk duo Slaves' rapid rise over the last year has been marred somewhat by some internet commentors...

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