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Boneyards are a garage punk band from London formed of James Burgess, Joe Murphy and Severin Black. This track is taken from their recent four track 7"...
NME spoke to Jon Hopkins, Courtney Barnett, Albert Hammond Jr. and more about their favourite tracks of 2013.
Watch the surreal video from garage punk band Slaves for Where's Your Car Debbie?' exclusively on NME.com.
NME spent some time with Jake Bugg at the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool and talked about the glorious highs and crashing lows of Christmas parties.
NME filmed an exclusive session with Waxahatchee in London. Watch a stunning, stripped-down version of 'Grass Stain' and check out 'Cerulean Salt' in NME's...
Watch the ethereal video for 'Everybody Knows' from Wooden Shjips exclusively on NME.com. The song's from their recent album 'Back To Land' and you can catch...
White Lies tells the story behind their second single 'Death' (2008), why they'll never not play it live, and how the lyrics were written during an...
Watch an exclusive short film of Muse preparing behind the scenes for their 'Live From Rome Olympic Stadium' extravaganza and concert film.
NME talk to Warpaint about a "freeing" month recording 'Warpaint' in Joshua Tree, working with the legendary producer Flood, and the complex theme of love.
We spoke to Arctic Monkeys, Hurts, Primal Scream and more about their favourite albums of 2013.
You can read NME's top 50 albums in this week's magazine but let's hear it from the artists. Foals, Phoenix, Jon Hopkins, Two Door Cinema Club pick their...
We invited legendary songwriting squall Mac DeMarco to the NME Basement to play a special acoustic version of 'Cooking Up Something Good'.
Chris Butler of legendary new wave band The Waitresses tells the story behind the iconic 1981 Christmas song, and feeling "blissed out" when he hears it today.
Go behind the scenes on the Monster NME Radar Tour 2013 with Cerebral Ballzy, Fat White Family and The Amazing Snakeheads.
In the final part of our short film series, Jake Bugg talks fame, press and perception.
In 1976, heavyweight champion of the world, Muhammad Ali, took in a penniless Canadian busker and made him his house musician. Read the story of Michel for...
Watch ‘Rapou Kanou’ performed by Malian rapper Tal B Halala and produced by UK producer Two Inch Punch.
In Part 1 of our interview with Jake Bugg, he tells us about writing 'Shangri La' in Malibu with Rick Rubin and Chad Smith, and improving his writing.
Watch a special performance of 'Slumville Sunrise' from Jake Bugg in the most famous club in the world, Liverpool's Cavern.