Emily Mackay

Album review: The Lea Shores – ‘The Lea Shores’

“Hey, 1997, how’s tricks? We found one of your pack wandering around… Oh, they’re actually 2009’s? Right…” Shameless faux- conversations aside though, the feeling...

Album review: Juice Aleem – ‘Jerusalaam Come’

If you’re going to listen to a new Brit-rap album this summer – and it’s seldom advisable – rather than drink down the aural...

Album review: The Fiery Furnaces – ‘I’m Going Away’

Considering The Fiery Furnaces’ last three proper albums were a nigh-on unlistenable conceptual biography of their grandmother (‘Rehearsing My Choir’) and the squelchingly dissonant...

Album review: Fact – ‘Fact’

Dear Reviews Editor. Please consider this my resignation; after trudging through this shit-drenched nightmare of a record, I no longer want to ever hear...

Album review: Jega – ‘Variance’

Like you, when the music industry starts bleating about illegal downloading, NME zones out. But Jega’s story should bring you up short. A version...

Album review: Master Shortie – ‘ADHD’

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a terribly modern ailment typified by constant irritability and an inability to focus – unsurprisingly, it’s suffered by pretty...

Album review: Wild Beasts – ‘Two Dancers’

For more on Wild Beasts - including exclusive free downloads - head to NME.COM/wildbeasts Making the strange seem normal is the most accomplished act of...

Lived Through This – Hole’s 10 Finest Moments

One of the most fantastic things about Courtney Love is the reactions she evokes in people. Those who consider themselves liberal, enlightened, gender-equalised types...

Blake Fielder-Civil: ‘Amy Winehouse died in my arms’

Ex husband reveals details of life with singer

Manic Street Preachers Interview Part Five – “There’s No Comfort To Be Had From Someone Disappearing”

This is the final part of the full unedited transcript of our Manic Street Preachers interview, highlights of which appeared in the 16 May...
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