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Zombies and zero gravity: inside the UK’s most consumer-friendly VR experience yet

NME's General Asskick and Headmulcher ventured into the free-roaming virtual worlds of MeetSpace VR, and made it out alive - just

The big talking points from Eminem’s surprise new album ‘Music To Be Murdered By’

Marshall Mathers' follow-up to 2018's 'Kamikaze' dropped overnight

The 1975 return to their roots on the devastatingly sincere ‘Me and You Together Song’ 

The band's latest is a return to their shimmering early material

Pet Sounds: Spotify is making playlists for your furry friends – but do they care?

But are they actually any good, and do pets like them?

Inside Connect, BTS – the Korean pop revolutionaries’ incredible global art project

The Korean superstars are set to break down even more barriers with the help of Sir Antony Gormley and other world-renowned artists

Celebrate Dave Grohl’s 51st birthday by listening to his first band covering The Beatles

Nirvana wasn't Dave Grohl's first moment in the spotlight, you know!

Stormzy and Wiley aren’t the only ones with beef: here’s the 10 best diss tracks in grime

The grime world started the new year with new beef as South London's Stormzy and East London's Wiley went head to head. But the...

The 1975’s new album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’: Release date, tour dates and everything we know so far

If you thought the 1975-fest was over, you've got another thing coming. Arguably the biggest band in the world right now, Matty Healy and...
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