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Watch Nova Twins flirt with danger in video for ‘Play Fair’

The 'Who Are The Girls?' track gets some fiery visuals

Astrid S announces debut album ‘Leave It Beautiful’ and shares new single

'It's OK If You Forget Me' is the latest taste of the Norwegian star's first LP

Fenne Lily – ‘BREACH’ review: fuzzed-up musings from Bristolian’s isolation period

Awkwardness, self-acceptance and solitude are all picked-apart on Lily's gnarly second album

‘Ratched’: what ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ fans should know about the Netflix prequel

**This article contains spoilers for both 'Ratched' and 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'**

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...

‘Ratched’ review: Ryan Murphy lays an egg with far-fetched ‘…Cuckoo’s Nest’ prequel

Sarah Paulson's sinister nurse bears almost no resemblance to the classic 1975 character

‘The Boys’ season two episode five recap: is it curtains for Homelander?

**Spoilers for 'The Boys' season two ahead**

Gus Dapperton – ‘Orca’ review: a glimpse into life on-the-road in your twenties

By dropping his guard, Dapperton has reinvented his usual slacker-pop to accommodate his raw emotions

A. Swayze & the Ghosts – ‘Paid Salvation’ review: Tony Hawk-approved world-weary garage rock

This debut might be dealing with a world at war with itself, but that’s not to say it won’t make you dance
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