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Rising folk-world-indie star Beirut, aka 21-year old Zach Condon, gets his new album 'The Flying Club Cup' reviewed this week in NME, out now.

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The Hives are back, they're looking mean, and we review their new album, 'The Black And White Album'.

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James Smith of Hadouken! gets body-popping - read our review of the fluoro stars at the Sheffield Leadmill (September 29) in this week's issue of NME, out now. Photo: Danny North

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How many times can you spot his name, kids? Jack Penate's show at The Astoria, London (September 26) also gets reviewed in our Live section - is the 5/10 we gave his album justified in a sweaty gig? Photo: James Quinton

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Australia's Operator Please rock the NME Freshers' Tour 2007 Supported By Lowlife at Liverpool University, September 28, 2007. Read our review in this week's issue. Photo: Danny North

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The Satin Peaches, openers on the NME Freshers' Tour 2007 Supported By Lowlife, get reviewed as they play Loughborough University, September 29, 2007. Read about it in this issue. Photo: Tom Oxley

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You can also have a read of our definitive review of the NME Freshers Tour Supported By Lowlife in this week's issue, out now - The Go! Team, Liverpool University, September 28, 2007. Photo: Danny North

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They're burning down indie's boundaries, you know. Ahem. Find out about New York's hot new things Yeasayer in this week's Radar section. Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem

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We also talk to unassuming pop wizards Peter, Bjorn And John about their massive hit single 'Young Folks' in NME this week. Photo: Andy Fallon

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As Radio 1 celebrates its 40th birthday, we look over the station's top 40 moments in the News section, including the greatest sessions, most bizarre events and a special John Peel Top Ten. Pic: BBC

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In the News section this week, we talk to Klaxons about their invasion of America, taking in The Strokes, Bjork, black capes and NASA helmets... Read all about it in this week's NME, out now. Photo: Anoulay Tsai

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Check out this rather mad fish-eye picture of Foals playing at a Cambridge fan's house party, September 30, 2007. See a full-page version in this week's NME News Gallery. Photo: Tim Cochrane

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We've also got a great still from The Cribs' new video for their brand new single 'Don't You Wanna Be Relevant?' in the News Gallery in this week's NME, out now. Video, Director: Dan and Jason, Hornet Inc

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'Control' director Anton Corbijn - who used to write for the NME - took this photo homage on the set of the Joy Division film. Here Ian Curtis (played by Sam Riley) reads about himself. See the original in our News Gallery in this week's NME, out today.

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Thom Yorke looking decidedly pleased to be finally releasing 'In Rainbows'. See more rare pictures in this week's issue, out now. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Thom Yorke's got a big head - here's the proof! Read all about our cover stars, Radiohead, in this week's issue of NME, out now. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Phil gets funky. Maybe. NME has the full story on the making of 'In Rainbows', which is out today. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Ed O'Brien taking a break during the making of 'In Rainbows' - read all about it in this week's issue, out now. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Jonny Greenwood lets rip as the group record 'In Rainbows', which was finally released today as a download. Read about it in this week's cover story. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Thom Yorke lays down some piano watched by an alarming giant head... See more pictures and read the story behind 'In Rainbows' in this week's NME, out today. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Radiohead go world music? Read about the amazing four year journey to 'In Rainbows' in this week's issue, and see these rare photos. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Jonny Greenwood in the midst of recording Radiohead's new album 'In Rainbows', out today. Read all about the making of the long-awaited record in this week's NME, also out today. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Thom, you're already the singer, main songwriter and frontman, shouldn't you just leave the drums to Phil? Radiohead recording their new album 'In Rainbows' - see the pictures in this week's issue, out now. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Check out our rare pictures of Radiohead, who release their new album 'In Rainbows' today, in our special section on the band's new album. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Fingerpicking good... Thom Yorke lays down some tracks on 'In Rainbows' - see more rare pictures in this week's NME, out today. Photo: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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