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Move over, Chicago: how the UK made drill its own – and then sold it back to the world

Thanks to British stars such as 67 and Skengdo X AM, the uncompromising rap sub-genre is bigger than ever

Greg Cochrane’s Podcasts For The People #13 – George Ezra, punk history and tasteful true crime

First, a special mention: huge congratulations to George The Poet who, since our last column, picked up NME’s first ever Best Podcast (supported by...

Mark, My Words: will bots ruin the new age of the streaming superfan?

You smelt them before you saw them. The kind of excited dampness you only get from spending your sixth night in a row camped...

What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?

Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio

All the band reunions we don’t want to see happen

Sometimes you’re just better off apart...

The 1975, Stormzy, Grimes, King Krule and other big vinyl releases you need this week

You'll want these records in your collection...

No camping, no problem: 2020’s best one day festivals

Not a fan of camping, but still love a bloody good festival? Need a little pick-me-up to tide you over before your big weekender?...

10 years after his death, these are Tony Wilson’s 10 greatest gifts to pop culture

Pop impressario Tony Wilson, the king of the Manchester music scene until his untimely death from a heart attack in 2007, left an indelible...
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