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Radar Roundup – September 18, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you can't afford to ignore right now. Go on, get stuck in...

Radar Roundup – September 11, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you can't afford to ignore right now. Go on, get stuck in...

Radar Roundup – August 28, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you cannot afford to ignore right now. Get stuck in...

Disclosure – ‘ENERGY’ review: super-mash bros bring back-to-basics dancefloor dynamite

The Lawrence brothers' first album in five years is an electrifying bender

Disclosure: “Some people want us to make ‘Latch’ over and over again”

After a decade in the game, the Lawrence brothers open up on weathering the storm, shrugging off detractors and unveiling their clubtastic new album ‘ENERGY’

Radar Roundup – August 21, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you cannot afford to ignore right now. Get stuck in...

Radar Roundup – August 14, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you cannot afford to ignore right now. Get stuck in...

Radar Roundup – July 31, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you cannot afford to ignore right now. Get stuck in...

Dominic Fike – ‘What Could Possibly Go Wrong’ review: new-age rockstar comes good on the hype

The Florida star's debut album pays tribute to guitar heroes of the past while adding a fresh alt-pop edge

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

Each week we introduce you to a brand new artist who we’re going mad for here at NME Towers via our ego-busting Q&A, What’s Your Band Called, Mate?
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