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iDKHOW debut ‘Razzmatazz’ video and tell us about their debut album: “A lot of artists treat art like a product”

See the new video here as Dallon Weekes talks to us about his inspiration and life after Panic! At The Disco

De’Wayne wants to “make a national anthem we can rage to”

‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ doesn’t represent the America that De’Wayne knows, so he wrote his own version. He’s not stopping there, either

You Me At Six share ‘Beautiful Way’ and tell us about new album ‘SUCKAPUNCH’

Check out the band's new single and tour dates as Josh Franceschi talks mental health, world politics and pulling off a "masterpiece" when the band nearly called it quits

Fiery punks A. Swayze & The Ghosts make fight music for a better tomorrow

On their debut album ‘Paid Salvation’, the Tassie outfit take aim at climate crisis, gender inequality and our obsession with social media

‘The Babysitter: Killer Queen’ review: ‘Scream’ meets ‘Home Alone’ in raucous comedy horror sequel

More of the same for fans of director McG's blood-spattered, satanic hi-jinks

Haiku Hands – ‘Haiku Hands’ review: unapologetically energetic record that keeps the good times rolling

The dance pop three-piece refuse to simply meet expectations on their long-awaited debut

Here’s why everyone is so excited for ‘Super Mario Sunshine’

18 years after its initial release, the best ‘Mario’ game is getting a second lease of life. Here’s why you should be booking your flight to Isle Delfino

Bring Me The Horizon and Yungblud’s new song ‘Obey’ is a massive, genre-bending call-to-arms

This metal and EDM-inspired banger is an ode to kicking against the pricks

‘Two Weeks To Live’ review: Bear Grylls meets ‘Killing Eve’ in Maisie Williams’ post-‘Game Of Thrones’ debut

The former child star drops a side-splitting black comedy that *whisper it* might be better than 'Game Of Thrones'

Belako – ‘Plastic Drama’ review: fast-rising Spanish band’s wildest and most expansive adventure yet

Mungia's finest post-punks aren’t afraid to speak their minds or break the rules with their impressive fourth album
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