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Charli XCX: “Grimes and I made a techno song with no words”

Charli XCX is a total talent wrangler. In the past the queen of collaborating has tapped up a load of her musical pals to...

‘Humbug’ at 10: How Arctic Monkeys’ desert-daze sparked the band’s most divisive era

On July 6 2009, something dark and twisted leaked from BBC Radio 1. ‘Crying Lightning’ was Arctic Monkeys’ first single in over two years,...

Here’s your evening entertainment: it’s the legendary NME crossword

Here are the answers to last week’s crossword. ANSWERS ACROSS 1 Suck It And See, 8 Oil, 9 Your Girlfriend, 10+33A Outer Space, 11+31A Cypress Hill,...

Win the chance to see ‘IT Chapter Two’ before almost anyone – plus an interactive experience in London

Have you ever wanted to join the Losers’ Club and come face to face with Pennywise himself deep in the Derry sewers? What are...

The most empowering moments on Taylor Swift’s new album ‘Lover’

“When I found all my old diaries from my childhood and teen years, they were covered in dust,” begins the foreword in the booklet...

Lana Del Rey’s new album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ – everything we know so far

What with getting embroiled in a row over playing in Israel and holding a magic hand-binding ceremony to try to oust Trump, you’d think...

The 1975’s comeback single ‘People’ is a bone-rattling rallying cry for humankind to sort their shit out

Last month, The 1975 released a protest song. Featuring climate-change activist Greta Thunberg, the message was clear: we’re pissing this planet up the wall....

The Prodigy’s return to the studio is the perfect tribute to the late Keith Flint

“When, and if, I get to 65, I'd like to say that I did everything - the lot,” the late Keith Flint once said....

Taylor Swift’s new album ‘Lover’: release date, tracklist, and everything we know so far

After two years away since the release of 'Reputation', Taylor Swift is about to return with seventh album 'Lover'. Teased by a number of...

A day out at the seaside with Sports Team, the band reinvigorating UK indie

Sports Team are the most brilliantly British band around at the moment. With songs celebrating everything from cricket to motorways, their brand of flamboyant,...

Billie Eilish’s ‘Bad Guy’: how it finally toppled ‘Old Town Road”s record-breaking chart run

The music landscape has altered dramatically over the past decade, but one thing that streaming hasn’t been able to topple is a good-old fashioned...

Mark, My Words: why every great band needs a Rick Astley sidekick

Every day, something new threatens my fragile faith in reality. A sociopathic Honey Monster becomes Prime Minister. Those two posh women tell everyone on...

Raveena Aurora: the cult hero carving a path for more South Asian artists

“I realised from a young age how hard it is for me to do this as a South Asian person,” Raveena Aurora tells NME...

Slaves’ Laurie Vincent Talks Going Vegan: ‘The Production Of Meat Is Pretty Much Destroying Our Planet’

Like JME and Ellie Goulding, Slaves guitarist Laurie Vincent is one of a number of musicians championing veganism. We caught up with him to...

Dave Grohl plays epic surprise show for Club NME at London’s Moth Club

There was once a time when any discerning indie kid in London or the surrounding area would make a beeline straight for Camden’s KOKO...

Finished Stranger Things? Here’s what you should watch next!

It’s been over a month since the third season of Stranger Things dropped on Netflix. If you’re anything like us, you eagerly devoured the...

A beginner’s guide to… Young Thug

Jeffery Lamar Williams is a 28-year-old from the American city of Atlanta who, since releasing debut mixtape ‘I Came From Nothing’ in 2011, has...

Here’s your tea break entertainment – it’s the weekly NME crossword

Here are the answers to last week’s crossword. ANSWERS ACROSS 1+8A She Bangs The Drums, 10 Close To Me, 12 Evil, 13+11A Hymn To Her, 14+21A...

Do traditional album cycles help or hinder artists? Two NME writers fight it out

Traditional album cycles are boring! Inject the new music into my veins ASAP - Hannah Mylrea From 1968 to 1977 Fleetwood Mac released 11 studio...

Today is A Level results day and things are going to change forever

If you've just left school, chances are you're picking up your A Level results tomorrow morning (August 17). To say it's a night of...
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