Ali Shutler

Lorde: her best cover songs, from Nirvana to Sheryl Crow

Ella Yelich-O'Connor sure knows her way around a tune

Shame live in Brighton: commanding chaos, and a huge dollop of hope

June 12, Chalk: Cutting through the strangeness of a distanced room, the band give 'Drunk Tank Pink' the raucous live outing it deserves

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Beartooth

The metallers' frontman Caleb Shomo discusses their heaviest record yet, why he's not a role model and metal’s supportive community.

Renforshort – ‘Off Saint Dominique’ EP: pop-rock riser is unafraid to speak her mind

Canadian follows up her angsty debut EP with a confident, maturing collection

Twenty One Pilots live in Ohio: arena-ready spectacle on a virtual stage

May 21, Schottenstein Center: the band promise a ridiculously ambitious livestream, and deliver

Watch Waterparks’ track-by-track guide to ‘Greatest Hits’

Waterparks’ Awsten Knight talks NME through the new record

Waterparks – ‘Greatest Hits’ review: the sounds of 2021 on shuffle

The band's fourth album is no retrospective hagiography, but instead takes a bold step into sprawling new territory

Twenty One Pilots – ‘Scaled and Icy’ review: an expectation-crushing statement of ambition

Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have crafted an upbeat collection that remains in the immersive universe their fans love to explore

Dayglow’s new album is what happens when bedroom pop leaves home

The Texas-based indie hero created viral magic in his bedroom, but his new Phoenix-inspired album sees him head into bolder musical territory

Yonaka’s Theresa Jarvis: “Lives depend on talking about mental illness”

For Mental Health Awareness Week, the singer talks to NME about her own battles with anxiety and panic attacks and how help is at hand
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