Thomas Hobbs

Stoner movies: the best films to get baked to on 4/20

Some are even good when you're sober

Headie One x Fred again – ‘GANG’ review: soul-baring confessions from a major star in ascendance

The drill artist has has made a giant leap towards the acclaim he deserves

Broadcaster Mr. Montgomery on new drill documentary ‘Terms & Conditions’: “History will prove that this scene helps people”

Authorities demonise drill and conflate it with knife crime. A new documentary looks to set the record straight

Tinashe – ‘Songs For You’ review’: underrated pop star hopscotches from one sound to the next

Tinashe's fourth album boasts flashes of her distinct personality, which is also sometimes obscured by genre-hopping

Leonard Cohen – ‘Thanks For The Dance’ review: posthumous album showcases fearless artistry right to the end

2016's 'You Want It Darker' was a fine full stop on Cohen's career. But this gentle collection justifies its existence with a cathartic energy that offers closure

Mac DeMarco: “I would love to make my own fucked up version of a Michael Bublé album”

This month Mac DeMarco is heading out on a UK and European tour to weird out some of his biggest audiences to date. NME caught up with him to talk coming of age, missing his mate Mac Miller, The Beatles, hating the internet, and why he’d quite like to go full Sinatra...

King Princess – ‘Cheap Queen’ review: anthems for young love from a pop great in the making

It’s rare that a new pop star arrives sounding fully formed, but King Princess achieved just that with her first proper hit single '1950', released last February,...

JPEGMAFIA – ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’ review

JPEGMAFIA’s last album, 2018’s 'Veteran', was a sadistic thrill ride, created by a rap artist just as comfortable screaming as breaking into a catchy...