Leonie Cooper

‘Greenland’ review: escape the pandemic with an equally chaotic Gerard Butler disaster

Can't cope with the collapse of modern society? COVID's got nothing on this

The Weather Station – ‘Ignorance’ review: moody folk-pop with an ABBA disco sheen

This is the soundtrack to a very private kind of dancefloor

“Kid Rock’s limo got stuck on a rickshaw”: the best stories from Crobar, Soho’s infamous rock and roll boozer

A new documentary remembers London's premier metal drinking den – and tries to resurrect it

Celeste: “This album is me taking a firm stance and saying, ‘This is who I am’”

Inspired by the soul and jazz greats, the megastar-in-waiting’s super-slick debut ‘Not Your Muse’ proves that bringing people together is what she does best

Soundtrack Of My Life: Ronnie Spector

In honour of the late Ronettes icon, we revisit our 2016 interview

It’s about time Nancy Sinatra got her due – she’s pop’s original rebel girl

A new compilation and a series of reissues will pay tribute to an artist who ripped up the rulebook and did things her own way

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ review: a reminder of the cathartic joy of gigs

This 2018 show is now immortalised, with proceeds going to War Child UK

‘Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square’ review: a festive throwback to classic Hollywood

America's Queen of Country pays homage to the old-school musicals of her youth

Courtney Love: “I feel like the luckiest motherfucker in the history of rock’n’roll”

Hole reunions, new solo material, Pete Burns tales and battered sausage with NME’s 2020 Icon Award winner

‘Crock Of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan’ review: the poet laureate of punk and friends

Ireland's self-destructive troubadour remembers what he can of his rock and roll life