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Jamal Edwards
Jamal Edwards is a man on a mission. In fact, he’s been on one for the past decade, ever sinsce founding SB.TV, the all-conquering online broadcasting platform. NME’s Leonie Cooper interviewed the UK’s coolest young entrepreneur at the first ever NME Lifehacks event, a day of workshops, panels and inspiration to help young people break into the creative industries. He had a lot of wisdom to pass on.

Words Of Inspiration
From Katherine Ryan, Ricky Gervais, Riz Ahmed, Peter Serafinowicz, Gizzi Erskine, Craig David and more…

Pyramid Songs
Radiohead are the first Glastonbury 2017 headliners, as revealed last week. We let you in on some of the other things organiser Emily Eavis has told us about next year’s event.

Charlie Brooker
To mark Halloween weekend the man behind Netflix creepathon Black Mirror on the things that scare him the most

Charlie Brooker: Getty

Syke-O thriller
Oli Sykes on Bring Me The Horizon’s upcoming tour which kicks off at The O2 on Halloween

Oli Sykes: Jordan Hughes

On The Record
NME’s Leonie Cooper takes a sound bath in the Mojave desert and finds out if it’s possible to trip on music alone.

Leonie Cooper

Eats And Beats
We carved Kanye into a Pumpkin and now you can too, with our handy guide to carving your own musical halloween homage.

NME Pumpkin

Radar
We review the new albums from Lady Gaga, Empire Of The Sun and Tove Lo, as well as the best new tracks from Artifical Pleasure, Justice and Le Tigre

Jamal Edwards: Getty

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