Will Richards

Surusinghe – ‘Brake Fluid’ EP review: every second hits as hard as a hurricane

These four tracks introduce a stellar producer who thrives in the darker, weirder corners of the dancefloor

Easy Life live in London: an emotional farewell amid legal drama

The band’s last-minute final gig is emotionally fraught but manages to be heaps of fun too.

Jungle: “I spent three years trying to make another ‘Busy Earnin’”

The duo talk new album 'Volcano, what SAULT producer Inflo taught them and finding their groove

High Vis talk Flow Festival, new music and covering Oasis: “I’m fully unwilling to compromise”

Ahead of the band's performance at Finland’s Flow Festival, frontman Graham Sayle discusses their upcoming third album

My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields shares new music inside custom guitar pedals

Fans found a new song in a flash drive concealed within Shields' limited edition new Fender pedals

Hak Baker – ‘World’s End FM’ review: live and direct from the edge of the apocalypse

With appearances from Kurupt FM's MC Grindah and Connie Constance, Baker's songwriting doesn’t lose its intoxicating touch on his debut

Inhaler: “We’re not here to be a mid-bill festival band – you have to keep pushing to the very top”

The upcoming months promise huge support slots with Arctic Monkeys and Harry Styles, and an equally ambitious second album. NME heads to their Dublin homecoming shows before it all kicks off

Fred again.. live in London: sheer ecstasy from a new superstar

At the first of three homecoming shows, the producer-turned-performer shows exactly why he’s dance’s next big thing

Cucamaras: hometown heroes breathing new life into Nottingham’s indie scene

NME heads to Nottingham Forest's City Ground to watch the footy and the fireworks with local lads done good, Cucamaras

Big Joanie – ‘Back Home’ review: a widescreen expansion

The trio’s second album sees their righteous politics still in tact, but presented via electronic noise, folk tenderness and jangly guitar pop