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Bill Withers: this sublime 1972 live set proves he was the greatest

One of the finest voices there ever was, celebrate the life of the late Bill Withers with this stunning performance from German television show...

NME Recommends: Anxiety easing albums to soothe your soul

NME writers go deep on their favourite stress busting records.

Beautiful new song ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’ is The 1975 at their most fragile and vulnerable

The haunting acoustic track is taken from the band's upcoming album 'Notes On A Conditional Form'

From Pop Smoke to Fivio Foreign: the best New York drill songs

The traditionally British rap sub-genre is gaining traction in the Big Apple. Here are some of our favourite tracks

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...

Boxing, murder and barcodes: the podcasts your favourite musicians are listening to in lockdown

Right now billions of people around the world are currently living under lockdown conditions because of coronavirus. As everyone’s adapting to a life inside,...

From Gorillaz to The Last Shadow Puppets: the 10 best side projects in indie

Rock's history is full of musicians unable to sit still and stop working channelling their energy into countless side projects

Mark, My Words: artists, don’t delay your new albums – music is an emergency service

Welcome to the 'new normal'. Is it ‘normal’ to call the police to claim your reward for reporting a double-jogger? To rant wildly and...
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