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Happy birthday, Sony Walkman – here are the best, worst and most iconic portable music devices of all time

In the same week that it’s been reported that vinyl is set to outsell CDs for the first time since 1986, Sony have announced...

Today is A Level results day and things are going to change forever

If you've just left school, chances are you're picking up your A Level results tomorrow morning (August 17). To say it's a night of...

Girls To The Front: Arlo Day talks signing to Domino, her new EP and addressing the gender imbalance in the music industry

The south-east Londoner has just dropped 'Bad Timing', which she quite brilliantly recorded primarily in a shed in her back garden. "I self-produced all...

The NME guide to Malmö – the best eats, drinks, venues and shops in Sweden’s hip city

Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city and long the poor cousin to Stockholm’s studied chic and the laid back, cosmopolitan Gothenburg, has become something of...

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Swimming Girls

Every week, we’re going to be introducing you to a brand new artist we’re going mad for here at NME Towers via our ego-busting...

The NME guide to Austin, Texas, Live Music Capital Of The World

South Congress Known for its independent shops, great food and neon signs, South Congress is dedicated to keeping Austin weird. Food Open 24/7, the Magnolia Café is...

MEP Julie Ward: “The Who’s frontman is wrong, Brexit WILL affect British music”

"The '60s were filled with music that defined political movements – in many cases responding to the growing cultural and generational divide between the...

‘Captain Marvel’ has an awesome 1990s soundtrack – here are some of the best songs

Over the past few years, superhero soundtracks have become art forms in their own right: whether featuring brand new music inspired by the movie...

If Alex Turner lyrics were Valentine’s Day cards…

Wait. You didn't forget did you? Not the most romantic day of the year! You wally, someone's going to be in trouble. Luckily for...

Against The Current, labelmates of Paramore, on how life’s troubles led to ace new album ‘Past Lives’

Words: Ali Shutler Against The Current’s 2016 debut album, ‘In Our Bones’, was a little bit of everything. A record that didn’t have time for ideas...

Danny DeVito’s Best Moments From ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ In Glorious GIFs

Danny DeVito’s Frank is arguably the best thing about It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Yes, Charlie is bizarrely brilliant. Yes, Dennis is an egotistical...

Ranking Quentin Tarantino’s movies, from worst to best

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is Quentin Tarantino’s most hotly anticipated movie yet. As well as focusing on the Manson Family murders, the...

Lady Gaga: her top 10 songs, ranked

With 2018 marking Lady Gaga’s tenth year in the business, it’s become impossible to deny her colossal presence. Hers is a catalogue that boasts multi-platinum...

Kent Stand Me Now – The Libertines’ love affair with the southeast coast continued at Wheels & Fins farewell-for-now show

Words: Bess Browning Thanet in Kent – once notoriously the shabbiest place on the south east coast – is going through a style renaissance. No...

Oasis’ ‘Be Here Now’ – Was It Really That Bad?

These days, people queue outside shops all night for the latest iPhone or the new Call Of Duty. 21 years ago to the day,...

16 famouses who proved exam grades aren’t everything

Tensions are high mounting for teens across the UK as results day arrives. Today, students will be finding out what their grades were –...

New-school thrashers Power Trip breathe furious new life into one of metal’s longest-worn institutions

When thrash metal roared into life in the early 80s, it was a shot of punk-infused adrenaline into the arm of a musical landscape...

Lady Gaga: everything we know about her new, sixth album, tour plans and Vegas residency

2018 has been a busy year for the ‘Perfect Illusion’ pop icon, following a last minute emergency cancellation of the remaining 10 European dates...

The biggest, best and most bonkers costumes from San Diego’s Comic-Con

To San Diego, which this weekend was host to Comic Con, the pop culture extravaganza that's always the place for a taste of upcoming must-see...

Check out the Prime Deal on Cards Against Humanity, the world’s naughtiest card game

What is it? The UK edition of everyone's favourite disgusting game Cards Against Humanity How much is it? £16.99 (reduced from £25.00) Why buy? Board games have a bit...
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