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Ruby Fields shares gritty new single ‘Pretty Grim’

The Australian artist has released their first song of 2020

De’Wayne wants to “make a national anthem we can rage to”

‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ doesn’t represent the America that De’Wayne knows, so he wrote his own version. He’s not stopping there, either

METZ drop raging new single ‘Blind Youth Industrial Park’

The music video was filmed in Queenstown, New Zealand

Watch Alaina Castillo play ‘Tonight’ and ‘Just A Boy’ for NME Home Sessions

The Texas-born singer joins us from home for a special live performance

Courting: Unflinching social observations delivered with rampant sense of fun

The Liverpool four-piece are going studs-up on racism, hypocrisy and football culture with their fun and frantic brand of chaotic guitar music

Faroe Island punks Joe & The Shitboys announce new album ‘The Reson For Hardcore Vibes’

The band have shared a video for its first single, 'If You Believe In Eating Meat Start With Your Dog'

Walt Disco: Flamboyant goth-glam that doesn’t care what the boomers think

The Scottish six-piece’s new EP ‘Young Hard and Handsome’ draws influence from the post-punk legends of the ‘80s and modern-day art-pop chic

Fiery punks A. Swayze & The Ghosts make fight music for a better tomorrow

On their debut album ‘Paid Salvation’, the Tassie outfit take aim at climate crisis, gender inequality and our obsession with social media
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