Barry Nicolson

Why making T In The Park 18s-and-over only might be the best thing possible

Since last November’s announcement that it would be “taking a break” in 2017, we’ve heard relatively little about the long-term future of T in...

Ryan Adams – ‘Prisoner’ Review

More so than his alt-country covers of zeitgeisty non- country albums or his arbitrary forays into arena rock and heavy metal wish- fulfilment, what...

‘Trainspotting’: an oral history of the cult film and its sequel

"Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family...” When Trainspotting was released in February 1996, those words – voiced by Ewan McGregor’s...

NME People Of The Year 2016: David Bowie

Who: The glue that held reality together Why: For more than 40 years, David Bowie has helped us to make sense of life. In 2016, he taught...

NME People Of The Year 2016: Kanye West

Who: Hip-hop’s 39-year-old enfant terrible Why: At the MTV VMAs in August, Kanye was given four minutes of airtime to introduce his new video for ‘Fade’....

NME People Of The Year 2016: Millie Bobby Brown

Who: Eleven Why: As the Eggo-loving ‘science experiment with a heart’ star of Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown uttered 
a mere 246 words across eight...

NME People Of The Year 2016: Héloïse Letissier, Christine And The Queens

Who: The mastermind behind Christine And The Queens Why: Just a few short years ago, Héloïse Letissier was lost and unsure of her place in the world....

Rolling Stones – ‘Blue & Lonesome’ Review

Whether through personal enmity or advancing decrepitude, pretty much every new Rolling Stones album in the last 30 years has come with the unspoken...

Peter Doherty – ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ Review

As a long-time resident of the city, it’s no surprise that Peter Doherty’s second solo album has a thing or two to say about...

Why cancelling T In The Park 2017 might secure the festival’s future

Since 2002, I've been to 14 T In The Parks, and incredible memories were made – and lost – at each and every one...
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