Jenny Stevens

My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields reveals he’s working on a EP

The band plan to return to the studio this autumn, he tells NME

Pete Doherty announces solo shows ahead of Libertines reunion gigs

The singer will play dates in Nottingham, Oxford and Bristol

Metallica share new song ‘Lords of The Summer – First Pass Vacation’ – listen

The metallers put out a new track ahead of their Glastonbury headline slot next weekend

Alt-J say band will be ‘just fine’ without bassist Gwil Sainsbury

"It would have been so messy" if he had stuck it out to record a second album, says keyboard player Gus Unger-Hamilton

‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’ songwriter Gerry Goffin dies aged 75

He penned hits including 'The Locomotion' and '(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman'

Iggy Pop ‘tortured’ into liking Justin Bieber in new Amnesty International campaign

"The future of rock 'n' roll, it’s Justin Bieber" the poster reads

Albert Hammond Jr says The Strokes may play one more show this summer

Guitarist says the band should tour to 'make the world a better place'

Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke says black British music culture is being eroded

"The people who are reaping the greatest rewards from black music are not black" he writes

Robin Thicke releases tracklisting to album named after estranged wife ‘Paula’

Tracks include 'Get Her Back' and 'Too Little Too Late'

Glastonbury ‘the most bourgeois thing on the planet’ says Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson

Singer says he's glad to be playing hard rock festival Sonisphere instead

Dr Dre reveals cast and release date for NWA biopic ‘Straight Outta Compton’

The film will tell the story of the hip-hop trio comprised of Dr Dre, Ice Cube and the late Eazy-E

Future Islands stream live EP – listen

The five-track EP was recorded at SXSW festival in March

Following fan-funded purchase of ‘Caustic Window’, more unreleased Aphex Twin vinyl surfaces on eBay

An unplayed copy of 'Melodies From Mars' and 'Analogue Bubblebath 5' are up for sale

Noel Fielding says Rik Mayall was a ‘huge influence’ on ‘The Mighty Boosh’

Fielding pays tribute to the late comedian in this week's NME

Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno: ‘Nigel Farage is a very dangerous man’

"We need to keep an eye on that geezer. Hard," the guitarist says

Reading Festival Saturday day tickets sell out

There are still Friday, Sunday and weekend tickets left for the bash

The Libertines announce another European festival date

The band will play Portugal's Optimus Alive on July 12

Death From Above 1979 share first riff from new material

The band will release their long-awaited second album in September

Jennifer Lopez confirmed to play World Cup opening ceremony

The singer had reportedly pulled out due to 'production issues'