The Horrors are back

FEATURES The Horrors The first comeback interview about fourth album ‘Luminous’ with the notoriously secretive band. Yes, it’s psychedelic. Yes, they wore black. Yes, Faris was moody. The War On Drugs Adam Granduciel had a mental breakdown recording marvellous new album ‘Lost In The Dream’, and he’s not shy about going into great detail about it. Mac De Marco The Canadian’s second album ‘Salad Days’ is much more introspective than his first. What happened to the fun-loving stoner who wrote 2012’s ‘2’? From The Vaults: Jeff Buckley, 1994 Twenty years ago this week, NME interviewed the man who would go on to become a cult star. Here we find him struggling to fit into the world around him. ALSO INSIDE THIS WEEK Which famous faces were watching Haim at the sisters’ biggest ever UK show? Their Brixton Academy show, reviewed What’s Courtney Barnett been listening to on the road?Our Radar columnist on the new artists she’s lost “days” listening to Why is Harry Koisser rapping about Bitcoin on the new Peace album? Read our In The Studio report… PLUS Anatomy Of An Album – Elton John, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ Interviews with: Brody Dalle Tune-Yards Banks Katy B Album reviews: Howler Future Islands Liars Foster The People Tokyo Police Club The Hold Steady Hypnotized Jimi Goodwin Polar Bear We Are Catchers Babe Sabina Golden Retriever The Soft Hills Jesca Hoop Ages & Ages Film review: Svengali Caught live: Disclosure Kelis Jungle Angel Haze Despacio Eagulls Sky Ferreira

    FEATURES

  • NMEThe Horrors

    The first comeback interview about fourth album ‘Luminous’ with the notoriously secretive band. Yes, it’s psychedelic. Yes, they wore black. Yes, Faris was moody.

  • NMEThe War On Drugs

    Adam Granduciel had a mental breakdown recording marvellous new album ‘Lost In The Dream’, and he’s not shy about going into great detail about it.

  • NMEMac De Marco

    The Canadian’s second album ‘Salad Days’ is much more introspective than his first. What happened to the fun-loving stoner who wrote 2012’s ‘2’?

  • NMEFrom The Vaults: Jeff Buckley, 1994

    Twenty years ago this week, NME interviewed the man who would go on to become a cult star. Here we find him struggling to fit into the world around him.

  • ALSO INSIDE THIS WEEK

  • NMEWhich famous faces were watching Haim at the sisters’ biggest ever UK show?

    Their Brixton Academy show, reviewed

  • NMEWhat’s Courtney Barnett been listening to on the road?
    Our Radar columnist on the new artists she’s lost “days” listening to
  • NMEWhy is Harry Koisser rapping about Bitcoin on the new Peace album?

    Read our In The Studio report…

PLUS

  • Anatomy Of An Album – Elton John, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’
  • Interviews with:
    • Brody Dalle
    • Tune-Yards
    • Banks
    • Katy B
  • Album reviews:
    • Howler
    • Future Islands
    • Liars
    • Foster The People
    • Tokyo Police Club
    • The Hold Steady
    • Hypnotized
    • Jimi Goodwin
    • Polar Bear
    • We Are Catchers
    • Babe
    • Sabina
    • Golden Retriever
    • The Soft Hills
    • Jesca Hoop
    • Ages & Ages
  • Film review:
    • Svengali
  • Caught live:
    • Disclosure
    • Kelis
    • Jungle
    • Angel Haze
    • Despacio
    • Eagulls
    • Sky Ferreira