Radiohead named 'Most Influential Artist In Music Today' by NME

List of 100 artists inspiring the music scene in 2014 is revealed in this week's issue

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Radiohead have topped an NME poll to establish the 100 Most Influential Artists Today.

The list collects the artists judged to be part of the music world's DNA in 2014, including David Bowie, Kate Bush, Nirvana, Nick Cave, Kanye West, The Smiths, Aaliyah and Björk – the artists currently inspiring a new generation.

The process behind the list – and the reasoning for leaving out big names including The Beatles and The Rolling Stones – can be found here.

Check out the following galleries to discover who did – and who didn't – make the list.

NME's 100 Most Influential Artists: 50 - 1

NME's 100 Most Influential Artists: 100 - 51

NME's 100 Most Influential Artists: How We Created The List

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