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Nova Twins: “Being black women doing punk music is political”

The punk duo talk to NME about racism in rock, and opening doors for others

Holly Humberstone: Heart-on-sleeve spectral synth-pop perfect for Lorde and Phoebe Bridgers fans

The Lincolnshire musician's songs are emotional, miraculous things that have won fans in Lewis Capaldi and Niall Horan

Watch The Mysterines’ Lia Metcalfe play ‘Still Call You Home’ and ‘Gasoline’ for NME Home Sessions

Stripped back versions of the Liverpudlian band's fearless rock smashers

The best debut albums (and EPs) of the year… so far!

Here's what 2020's brave new faces had to say for themselves

Pottery: Montreal misfits’ debut is a hedonistic reminder of life on the road

After touring with Parquet Courts and Viagra Boys, the Montreal band's debut album tells the story of unglamorous – and unintentionally hilarious – times on tour

Arlo Parks performs stripped-back ‘Black Dog’ in front of Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage

She joined the BBC on Worthy Farm for The Glastonbury Experience 2020

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Film Noir

Each week we introduce you to a brand new artist we’re going mad for here at NME Towers via our ego-busting Q&A, What’s Your Band Called, Mate?

Deema – ‘Chew Your Food’ EP review: rising star of UK rap displays an appetite for success on debut EP

Versatile production and quick-witted narratives are the order of the day from the rapper who once rolled with Novelist and The Square collective

Watch Dominic Fike’s surreal video for new single ‘Chicken Tenders’

The first taste of his forthcoming debut album

Park Hye Jin – ‘How Can I’ EP review: genre-hopping dance tracks that chronicle the rollercoaster emotions of touring life

Traversing house, techno, rap and footwork, the Korean artist’s second solo EP reflects the range of emotions she’s experienced while DJing across the globe