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What’s Your Band Called Mate? Get to know Loose Fit

Sydney post-punkers Loose Fit talk "skronky grooves" contributing to Noel Fielding's wardrobe and their ultimate goal of "making punks dance"

The Wants – ‘Container’ review: punk-funkers’ debut is the soundtrack to a lockdown party

Fans of Interpol, Depeche Mode, LCD Soundsystem and Gang of Four – meet your favourite new band

Blackpool rocks! The inside story of the seaside town’s booming DIY music scene

The Lancashire coast is host to a hotbed of talent looking to usurp creative enclaves in nearby Liverpool and Manchester

Bree Runway: Meet the Missy Elliott-approved rising star whose fearless pop is challenging colourism

The London artist says she makes "destructive pop that is all genres and everything at once"

The Wants: a menacing no-wave riot powered by coffee machines and aluminium sheets

Post-punks The Wants hail from New York, but, explains frontman Madison Velding-VanDam, debut album 'Container' is a "Middle America record"

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Briston Maroney

What’s your band called, mate?  'Briston Maroney' which is my real life mama-given name but if I had a band it would probably be called...

Listen to Working Men’s Club’s snarling new single ‘A.A.A.A.’

Taken from their upcoming self-titled debut album

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Molly Payton

Molly Payton tells us why she loves her dog so bloody much, becoming a martyr and supporting her favourite ever ban

NME announce Girls to the Front stage at Long Division Festival

Brix & The Extricated, Big Joanie and more are set to play

NME and The 100 Club announce London music pop-up showcase in wake of SXSW cancellation

"We had to find a way to make sure the show would go on in order to support the emerging artist community"