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Inside The White Stripes’ Taxidermy And Junk-Filled Detroit HQ – A Classic 2001 Interview Revisited

Back in 2001, the only thing we knew for sure about The White Stripes was that they were the most exciting rock band in...

Dave Grohl told us the story behind Foo Fighters ‘Everlong’ and its unforgettable music video

Don't pretend it doesn't put a lump in your throat, a tremble in your lip. Eighteen years after it first blared on college radios,...

Are Led Zeppelin’s New Reissues The Last Chapter In The Led Zep Story? We Asked Jimmy Page

"There was a duality to Led Zeppelin. One was live concerts. The other was the recording studio," Jimmy Page told NME earlier this week....

MIA Slays On Sublime New Single ‘Swords’ – First Listen Review

Maya Arulpragasam thought she was done. After 10 years and four albums of diasporia-pop provocation and button-pushing, she had no plans to make new...

Watch Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Play A Guitar Solo Using His Broken Leg

Hendrix famously used to perform solos with his teeth. Sometimes, he'd sling his guitar behind his back and wail his way through solos like...

There’s A True Life Tale Behind Rihanna’s Violent Revenge Fantasy New Video

Don’t fuck with Rihanna. Not unless you want to end up torn to shreds with a chainsaw, while your spouse swings naked upside down...

Apple Music’s Beats 1: Zane Lowe’s Return To Radio Reviewed

From the second he burst back onto the airwaves, a few thousand volts’ worth of adrenaline coursing through his voice, it was obvious. Not...

Kanye West Headlines Glastonbury 2015: Five Huge Talking Points

He could have called on Paul McCartney – an old-time Glastonbury favourite. He could have brought out cult British grime collaborator Skepta, or kept...

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor On Selfie Sticks, Bill Hicks And Being The Metal Larry David

Celebrities. Airports. Twerking, technology and the Transformers movies. These are just a few of the vagaries of modern existence that make Corey Taylor want...

Stream Melbourne Folkster Fraser A Gorman’s Stirring Debut Album ‘Slow Gum’

"It's a big old world out there," as the opening line of Fraser A Gorman's sublimely sage debut album gently reminds us. 'Slow Gum',...

This Is How Excited Dave Grohl Was To Play Glastonbury 2015

“It’s an amazing thing – THE POWER OF THE GLASTONBURY!” Dave Grohl proclaimed to NME a fortnight ago, waving his arms in mock Gandalf...

Foals’ New Single ‘What Went Down’ Is A Brilliant And Manic Descent Into Darkness: First Listen Review

“I buried my heart in a hole in the ground with the roses and the lights and the cowards down town.” So begins the...

25 Perfect, Poignant Closing Lyrics That Bring Amazing Albums To An End

No great album just fizzles out. Key to penning a classic is a powerful closing rhyme that gives your listener chills and ensures you...

50 Greatest Summer Anthems – Chosen By Foo Fighters, Florence + The Machine And More

Shades out, shorts on, crank up the barbie rock. Festival season is go, so here's rock A-listers on the songs that get them hot...

Foals: Yannis Philippakis’ 10 Most Philosophical Quotes

Oxford's finest's latest record was at once filthier and more beautiful than anything they'd done before. That's according to frontman Yannis anyway, and who...

Apple Music: Five Reasons To Be Excited – And Five To Be Wary

“Apple Music will change the way you experience music forever,” proclaimed Tim Cook last night in front of a busy San Francisco conference room,...

Muse: Matt Bellamy’s 10 Most Searing Riffs

Muse are all set to headline Reading and Leeds this summer - but what scintillating guitar parts would we be most excited about hearing?...

The 1975 Are Promising A ‘New Identity’ But Where Exactly Will Their Reinvention Take Them?

There's not much uniting The 1975 with viciously experimental Sacramento hip-hop bruisers Death Grips. Or at least that's what I thought. Then came probably...

Hear Lunchtime Sardine Club’s Elliott Smithsy New Single ‘Dollars For Doughuts’ – Premiere

Take the languid charm and lo-fi crunch of AA Bondy, quirk of Mac DeMarco, add a few hushed vocal harmonies from the Elliott Smith...

Loyle Carner On His New Material – And Some Big Collaborations

You’d forgive a hotly tipped British hip-hop hopeful about to embark on a busy summer of huge festivals for being nervous about the months...
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