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Girls Rock London: behind the scenes at the music camp that’s shredding the patriarchy

Let’s be real -  if the Brownies offered a badge in shredding the hell out of an electric guitar, the world would be a...

‘Captain Marvel’ has an awesome 1990s soundtrack – here are some of the best songs

Over the past few years, superhero soundtracks have become art forms in their own right: whether featuring brand new music inspired by the movie...

NME Radio to host Foals’ track-by-track listening party of new album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1’ tonight

Tonight, NME Radio will be hosting a listening party and playback of Foals' brilliant new album 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1'...

The Black Keys release first new song in five years – but will it take them back to their glory days?

Just under a decade ago, there was a moment when The Black Keys genuinely may have been one of the biggest bands on the...

World Book Day – what David Bowie’s favourite books reveal about him

In late 2017 a David Bowie Book Club was been launched by his son Duncan Jones. The film director took to Twitter to celebrate...

World Book Day – 10 relaxing instrumental albums to listen to while reading

It's World Book Day – so we've compiled a list of ten calming instrumental albums to listen to while reading. So, breathe in, get...

Mark, My Words: Keith Flint was the ultimate punk icon, because he understood that ‘anger is an energy’

When anyone tells you that punk’s not dead, they usually make you wish it was. They’re generally wearing a sleeveless Sham 69 denim jacket...

Prodigy fans are sharing sweet, funny and surprising Keith Flint memories

The Prodigy fans are trading anecdotes about the group’s lead vocalist Keith Flint, following the sad news that the dance music icon has died....

Jafaris: the new Irish hip-hop star just hitting his ‘Stride’

“It’s therapeutic, but also a way of inspiring myself for the future,” Dublin-based rapper Jafaris tells NME of working on his debut album ‘Stride’....

The Prodigy’s most iconic music videos

The Prodigy have always pushed every boundary going. From winding up parents with their provocative antics, to the iconic moment that the group’s Keith...

Remembering the time we made The Prodigy’s Keith Flint respond to TripAdvisor reviews of his Essex pub

Keith Flint, vocalist in The Prodigy has died aged 49. In July 2015, we spoke to Flint about his pub and some of the reviews...

The Wiley-Dizzee-Skepta beef triangle explained

Wiley and Dizzee Rascal’s falling out goes back so far, and is so infamous by this point, that it’s easy to lose track of...

Mark Hollis’s indelible legacy: without Talk Talk, we wouldn’t have these artists

Mark Hollis has passed away at the age of 64. The lead singer and songwriter of Talk Talk – a hugely influential art-pop group...

Octavian collaborates with Skepta in new song ‘Bet’

‘Bet’ is a song that oozes confidence. Over a whining four-note melody and simple trap beat, you hear – pretty explicitly – how the...

The NME No-Prize Pub Quiz – week two, and it’s a rollover

If you’re anything like us, then you probably while away the hours filling your heads with daft, diverting and largely useless musical trivia. Until recently,...

Is Ariana Grande’s ‘Ghostin’ about Mac Miller and Pete Davidson? The song’s meaning explained

In February 2019, Ariana Grande dropped her fifth album ‘Thank U, Next’, coming just six months after the release of her previous LP ‘Sweetener’....

The biggest must-see acts at INmusic Festival 2019

Take the choice cuts of rock and alternative music from the past forty years. Airdrop them onto a magic island in a lake in...

Here’s why Olivia Colman is an absolute snack

All of the beauty Vloggers flogging kohl eyeliners will not tell you this, but - gather round, it’s scandal time - achieving perfectly smokey...
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