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Download Festival boss on gender-balanced festival line-ups: “All festivals need to look at how diverse they are”

Download Festival boss Andy Copping spoke to NME about the 20th anniversary of the festival being “the biggest Download yet” and not relying on heritage acts for headliners

Esports host fired from ‘CS:GO’ tournament for allegedly smashing a TV

Matthew ‘Sadokist’ Trivett was removed from the game's Rio Major

Dream Wife on their “unapologetic” new single ‘Leech’: “I’ve had it with being polite”

The returning band spoke to NME about the new “honest and raw rock banger” and their “surreal” experience supporting The Rolling Stones

Enumclaw announce 2023 Europe Is Doomed Tour

The run includes nine shows across the UK

Pavement say it would be “total cringe” if they recorded new music

"If any band wants to make a new album, that’s totally rad. But, yeah, not happening"

Stormzy has “made peace” with the idea that no one may like ‘This Is What I Mean’

“I find it impossible to figure out what people want from me”

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes named Music Venue Trust patrons: “Those small venues define artists”

Carter spoke to NME about the importance of supporting grassroots venues, the band’s upcoming London residency and their new single ‘Parasite’

The Prodigy announce trio of headline shows in Ireland

The band will be supported by Andy C at the three June shows

EA Sports unveils the ultimate ‘FIFA’ anthems

40 classic tracks will be added to 'FIFA 23' later this week