Lana Del Rey: Wanted Everywhere

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey’s new album ‘Lust For Life’ is her most ambitious yet. Mike Williams meets her in the city that inspires her the most, Los Angeles – a place, she says, that “enhances something in me that’s already cooking” – to talk about music, happiness and witchcraft

Olly Alexander

As frontman of Years & Years, Olly Alexander is known for championing LGBT+ issues, but his first experiences of his sexuality were marred by bullying and shame. In a powerful BBC3 documentary, Olly Alexander: Growing Up Gay, the 26-year-old explores why the queer community is more vulnerable to mental health issues – and candidly addresses his own depression. He tells NME it’s time to stop sweeping the lasting impact of shame under a rainbow flag.

Arcade Fire

As Win Butler and the Arcade Fire gang return with new album ‘Everything Now’, out next Friday, Jordan Bassett looks back at the Canadian group’s incredible career so far

Declan McKenna

The indie troubadour talks his debut album and what it’s like being described as the ‘voice of a generation’

Tyler, The Creator

The controversial rapper bears his soul on his best album yet. Read NME’s review of ‘Scum Fuck Flower Boy’

Dunkirk

Packing heart, visual flair and the acting debut of a certain Harry Styles, war movies don’t get more gripping than this Christopher Nolan epic

Dizzee Rascal

On his new album, it’s out with the sugar-coated hits and in with angry anthems on this brilliant return to grime