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Khalid: R&B star talks vulnerability in his debut record and touring with Lorde

In July 2016, Khalid Robinson was celebrating his high school graduation – unaware that Kylie Jenner was playing his single ‘Location’ to over 30...

New Music Of The Day: WWWater – ‘Pink Letters’

Charlotte Adigéry knows about the power of small moments. For her new video, she's crafted a sweet video highlighting intimacy, allowing new song 'Pink Letters' to provide a timely...

New Music Of The Day: Grace Lightman – ‘Fangs’

Love’s floaty, honeymoon stage is what everyone strives for. But there’s always a point when things go skewiff, even for a brief moment, and...

Little Cub on their politically-charged debut album and playing NME’s CineJam

Little Cub’s debut album, ‘Still Life’, released in April showcased a band ready to take on the world via the medium of banging electro tunes....

Brighton’s Yonaka on taking their music to the masses: “We’re aiming seriously big”

Brighton's Yonaka are without a doubt one of the UK's most unique bands. During their ferocious live shows, the four-piece blend fiery elements metal...

Parcels discuss their Daft Punk-produced new single ‘Overnight’

Though they’ve been in the game for over two decades now, Daft Punk’s production credits as a duo remain fairly scant. They were behind...

‘I’m not the next Calvin Harris’: Mura Masa talks his features-stacked debut and being mentored by Damon Albarn

“BRRRPPWOUUUURR”. Backstage in his dressing room at Manchester's Parklife Festival, Mura Masa is distracted by what sounds suspiciously like a braying horse chained up...

Isaac Gracie shares the video for haunting new track ‘All In My Mind’

Last year, London musician Isaac Gracie released his second EP, the live collection ‘Songs In Black And White’. When Gracie started turning heads before all...

New Music Of The Day: The Night Café – ‘Felicity’

Earlier this year The Night Café released their debut EP ‘Get Away From the Feeling’, a four-track, 14-minute assault on the senses which zipped...

New Music Of The Day: Rejjie Snow – ‘Unborn’

It goes without saying, that Rejjie Snow is undoubtedly one of hip-hop’s hottest prospects. Since 2013, the Irish-born rapper has been slowly building his...

10 unmissable new acts that could totally rule your Glastonbury 2017

Big names like Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Katy Perry, and The National might have piqued your interest when the whopping Glastonbury lineup dropped, but for new music lovers there...

New Music Of The Day: Hare Squead – ‘Pure’

Irish collective Hare Squead announced themselves last year with ode to good times ‘Herside Story’. Bright, sunny-side-up rap was their game, sweet as it...

Pixx: “I feel like it would be a waste to have a crazy dream and not try to capture it in a song”

Adele and Amy Winehouse may have emerged from famed music academy The Brit School as world-beating popstars, but few graduates can rival 21-year-old Hannah...

J Hus: The genre-hopping, east London wonderkid set to take over the world

It’s a hot, sticky London afternoon when NME meets J Hus at a photography studio in Farringdon. Ambling through the door decked out in...

Touts bring some serious rage on punk-anthem ‘Political People’

You’d be hard pressed to find a an emerging band quite so full of rage right now than Touts. The Derry trio gave us...

New Music Of The Day: Matt Maltese – ‘No One Won The War’

Ahead of what's set to be yet another truly testing week in the UK's recent history, we can at least take some comfort in...

The Amazons: Snarling, back-to-basics rock with huge choruses

Few British bands are better primed for a breakout 2017 like The Amazons. With their self-titled debut out now and a gigantic summer of...

New Music Of The Day: Animal Husbandry – ‘In Trouble For Good’

Nothing beats the experience of drinking rum out of coconut in a tropical paradise, so forgive Animal Husbandry for making this the subject of...

New Music Of The Day: The Away Days – ‘White Whale’

There really aren't many indie bands around today quite like The Away Days. After all, the Istanbul four-piece hail from a country that only last...

New Music Of The Day: Pelicandy – ‘Animals’

No one's bottled 1980s Miami excess quite like Pelicandy. The London bunch deal in a blinding neon light, and on new single 'Animals', they're flicking...
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