Andrew Trendell

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

Music Venue Trust: “The whole grassroots music venue sector is now at critical, red alert status”

The #SaveOurVenues campaign has made an urgent call for "decisive, direct action" by the wider music sector, music fans and local communities

Jesse Jo Stark shares new single ‘Die Young’ – with artwork and polaroids by Yungblud

"These photos reminds me to never try too hard to grow up"

Musicians and crew warn government of bankruptcy and industry damage without urgent support

"Culture is one of our biggest exports and at the moment it just feels so abandoned. We can ride this out with government help, but without it we’ll be left in tatters"

“It felt like we were changing the world”: inside New Order’s seminal ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’

How four Mancs escaped the shadow of Joy Division and set the course of electronic music

Sløtface share new single ‘Doctor’ and tell us about their new acoustic album and covering Sophie-Ellis Bextor

Check out the emotional new single as the Norwegian art-punks talk to NME about new Phoebe Bridgers-inspired album 'Slumber Tapes' and why Sophie-Ellis Bextor is a boss.