Kevin EG Perry

Machine Gun Kelly: “I’ve been jumping up and down on the table, believing in myself, for-fucking-ever”

The outlandish rapper has reinvented himself as a pop-punk star with the year’s biggest guitar record. And, he says, we have his girlfriend Megan Fox to thank

Davido on Nigeria’s #ENDSARS protests: “I always knew a time like this would come”

The Afrobeats star on joining protesters against police brutality in the Nigerian capital Abuja

Chuck D: “Public Enemy, Run DMC and Beastie Boys on one track was a utopian moment for me”

The hip-hop icon on the failure to prosecute Breonna Taylor’s killers, why he doesn’t rate ‘The Wire’ and how the Beastie Boys granted his birthday wish

Alex Winter: “Keanu Reeves and I had no intention of making a third ‘Bill & Ted’ movie”

29 years after bowing out as the air guitar-wielding heroes, Bill and Ted are back to save the universe again

The Band’s Robbie Robertson: “If there was anything wrong with ‘The Last Waltz’ it was that the cocaine wasn’t very good”

The Band leader on getting booed with Bob Dylan, writing folk-rock classic ‘The Weight’ and new documentary ‘Once Were Brothers’

Light your fire: this Burning Man doc will change the way you think about festivals

Gerry Fox’s new film ‘Art On Fire’ provides a shot of inspiration for these troubled times

Burna Boy: “A revolution is needed. I want to inspire it”

His new album features Chris Martin, and the African Giant has much to say about the UK Afrobeats chart

Run The Jewels: “The world’s gonna reset and then we’re gonna burn that motherfucker down”

The hip-hop iconoclasts rhapsodise on Black Lives Matter, grapple with late-stage capitalism and talk up their “audacious” fourth album

Inside Lost Horizon, the virtual reality version of Glastonbury’s Shangri-La

Tech has recreated Glasto's most hedonistic party – but is it any match for the real thing?

Ice Cube: “You can change the law faster than you can change people’s hearts”

Two weeks before America erupted in protest over the murder of George Floyd, NME spoke to the man who taught the world to say “fuck the police”
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