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Holy Fuck talk All Points East, their new album and festival fails

The Canadian ravers will be coming to Victoria Park next year with new album 'Deleter' and some "old bangers". We spoke to the band's Graham Walsh about playing with Tame Impala and recording with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor

Harry Nilsson – ‘Losst and Founnd’ review: 25 years since his death, this posthumous album sounds surprisingly current

He died in 1994, but on the massively influential singer-songwriter's first posthumous album, he sounds more like Mac DeMarco than Mac himself

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – ‘I Made A Place’ review: the influential underground icon’s comeback is a soft, sumptuous delight

It’s a cult classic, not a bestseller, but the beloved alt. country star's first album in eight years is a moving meditation on life, love and octopi

“Oh no! Not the bees!”: Nicolas Cage’s maddest, most Nicolas Cage-y roles

As you'd expect from a man who once went on a literal quest for the Holy Grail, Nicolas Cage is a bit barmy. Quite...

Morrissey wears ‘Fuck The Guardian’ t-shirt during LA show

Morrissey finished up his North American tour last night (October 26) at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl by wearing a cut-off black t-shirt emblazoned with...

Josh Homme – ‘Desert Sessions, Vol. 11/12’ review: reckless abandon from an all-rock-star cast

It can’t be too difficult to get your kicks when you’re a rock star. You can drive a very expensive and very shiny car, very...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse – ‘Colorado’ review: loved-up ballads and doomsday reckoning

Watch Liam Gallagher’s recent 73 Questions interview for Vogue and you’ll see him reach a moment of absolute clarity when asked which rockstar got...

Nick Cave live at Tennessee Performing Arts Centre, Nashville: extraordinary honesty and coruscating one-liners

Just a few hours after ‘Ghosteen’, the devastating, meditative new Bad Seeds album simultaneously shatters thousands of hearts, Nick Cave saunters onstage in Nashville,...

Excited about Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’? Here’s your extended reading, watching and listening list

LISTEN: You Must Remember This: Charles Manson’s Hollywood What is it: A compelling, terrifying and impressively in-depth podcast Why it's great: If you only consume one...

Bob Dylan & Neil Young in London: two legends doing whatever the hell they like

You have to admire both Bob Dylan and Nell Young for spending the past 50 odd years doing exactly what the hell they want....

American idols – the best ever songs about America

Bruce Springsteen – ‘Born In The USA’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPhWR4d3FJQ Often misconstrued as a wildly patriotic barn-stormer, this 1984 classic is actually a critical look at the way...

Willie Nelson – ‘Ride Me Back Home’ review

Willie Nelson’s story is one of country music’s most genuinely delightful. While Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Hank Williams and other big names from the...

20 essential tracks from the golden age of ’90s hip-hop

The 90s were without a doubt, the golden age of rap. NME’s bringing you a killer playlist of the 20 finest hip-hop tracks of...

The best Motown songs of all time

If it’s sweet soul music you’re after, then Motown is king. Founded in 1959 as Tamla by Detroit songwriter Berry Gordy Jr, the label...

The Big Read – Dolly Parton: “I take care of business”

To Miley Cyrus, she's godmother. To the rest of us, she's The Godmother. Country legend Dolly Parton has enjoyed an unparalleled career, and won over the hearts of a younger generation when she stormed Glastonbury in 2014. As her musical 9 To 5 opened in the West End, Leonie Cooper sat down to talk over Parton's phenomenal life.

Things You’ll Only Know If You Went To Reading Festival in the early 2000s

Festivals were very different in the early 2000s. They were cheaper, there weren't as many, and your parents probably dropped you off at the...

The NME guide to Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon is more than just a massive version of London's Stoke Newington, it’s one of the bloody nicest cities in north America. A...

Frank Turner on his new album, very own festival and why the people running the country are “crap”

‘Be More Kind’ is your seventh album - when you started your solo career post-Million Dead,  did you foresee that there would be a...

Leon Bridges on Harry Styles, album number two and his authentic new sound

I was on Twitter the other day and I saw someone ask "How is Leon Bridges so good" so it seems a good time...
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