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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"

SXSW will not be refunding tickets following coronavirus cancellation

Organisers are looking into rescheduling the event

Dream Wife announce second album and share new single ‘Sports!’

"Rock n roll is an extreme sport and we’re a team"

The Mysterines: Meet the Liverpool group poised to be nation’s next fearless rock gang

Judging by the show The Mysterines have just put on, you don’t get the impression that their hometown isn't that into them. We’re at...