Andrew Trendell

AURORA – ‘The Gods We Can Touch’ review: a seductive mix of bangers and class

The Norwegian TikTok sensation and Billie Eilish muse takes on bangers, subtlety and love for her most complete album to date

Johnny Marr says he’s not “close” with Morrissey because they’re “so different”

"I’m really close with everyone I’ve worked with – except for the obvious one"

‘Peaky Blinders’ season 6 – everything we know so far

By order of the Peaky Blinders, another season is coming very soon...

Live music world speaks on need for “essential” free lateral flow tests

Amidst rumours that free tests might be scrapped, bosses speak out on why they're needed to keep live music safe and moving

Muse announce new single ‘Won’t Stand Down’

They're back, and it's about to get heavy – check out a teaser of the track here

Jacob Rees-Mogg says he’s never read NME, defends government’s Brexit approach for music

An NME article about ongoing post-Brexit touring frustrations was raised in Parliament today

Brexit, one year on: Music industry remains frustrated at “clueless” government

Touring artists expecting a "rocky road in the summer" as more problems emerge

Concerned UK music venues hit out at government COVID support as “pointless” and “bonkers”

Venues tell NME about their fears for survival and when they think live music might be able to return

Fucked Up share ‘Year Of The Horse’ video and talk 10 years of ‘David Comes To Life’

Frontman Damian Abraham on working with Julien Baker and Matt Berninger, what went into their seminal third album, and progress on new material
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