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How to live like Grimes – a guide to her training regime

Still no sign of that new Grimes album ‘Miss Anthropocene’ - but at least we know why she might be lacking in spare time...

The story of Madrid’s scorching Mad Cool Festival 2019 in pictures

Glasto may be over for another year, but don't let the post-Worthy Farm blues get you down: there are still a ton of wicked...

Toronto’s MorMor makes psychedelic R&B that could soundtrack David Lynch’s most surreal moments

To listen to MorMor’s unique brand of psychedelic pop is to escape into a trippy world filled with soothing synths and delicate introspection. Yet...

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Franc Moody

Every week, we’re going to be introducing you to a brand new artist we’re going mad for here at NME Towers via our ego-busting...

Vince Staples at Mad Cool: The King of The Summer continues his reign with pulsating live show

Vince Staples is the King of the Summer. His last album ‘FM!’ was made for beach-side listens and debut record ‘Summertime '06’ reflected his...

The huge hits that bands have axed from their live shows

As a band, it must be difficult when one of your biggest hit singles begins to drag you down or drive you round the...

Mark, My Words: how long before the viral Glasto fans become the new superstars?

I’m beginning to believe there’s nothing Piers Morgan can’t ruin. He could present me with the Nobel Prize for literature and it’d instantly be rendered...

Metronomy: How they made the delicious summer anthem, ‘Salted Caramel Ice Cream’

If you've ever wondered what Lipps Inc's 'Funky Town' would sound like if covered by a blues band, Metronomy might have the answer for...

Let these pop-punk classics take you back two decades to the summer of ‘American Pie’

ƒIn the latest development in exactly how old you've become recently, American Pie turns 20 years old this week. Exactly two (!) decades on from...

Five things to do at Mad Cool that aren’t watching music

We’ve all been there. You’ve been watching amazing bands back-to-back for hours and suddenly you’ve found there’s a little gap in your meticulously put...
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