Andrew Trendell

Watch Placebo’s second episode of ‘Black Market Music Stories’

"This was the start of our seriously hedonistic days"

Tiña’s Joshua Loftin on the importance of ‘Positive Mental Health Music’

"We don’t live in an accepting culture that has room for the slow, reflective moments of uncertainty and awkwardness"

NUS warns of rise in student anxiety due to university COVID restrictions

For World Mental Health Day, the NUS highlights the struggle of thousands of students and the support that's available

Musicians and road crew see rise in depression and anxiety – but help is at hand

For World Mental Health Day, charities talk to NME about the challenges facing the music industry and the support available to them

Scott Hutchison’s family on the rallying cry to support youth mental health

Tiny Changes charity say: "Youth mental health has never been under so much strain, but there has never been a better opportunity to do something about it”

Deftones on lost album ‘Eros’: “It would be interesting to finish at some point, and I’ve never said we won’t”

"There are times when I think that it would be an experiment that I can possibly learn from," says frontman Chino Moreno

“Had Joy Division continued, we would have gone in more of a Radiohead direction,” says drummer

"It would have been atmospheric, but rhythmic I suppose," drummer Stephen Morris tells NME

The Albion Rooms: Watch Carl Barat show us around The Libertines’ new hotel

Barat gives us the tour and tells us about keeping Arcadia alive, the new Libertines' album, and Pete being the Manuel to his Basil Fawlty

Jónsi – ‘Shiver’ review: Sigur Rós frontman lets his hair down with a little help from Robyn

Alt.-pop meets post-rock on this colourful and upbeat second solo album