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Bananagun – ‘The True Story Of Bananagun’ review: psych-minded Aussies bring the party on Afrobeat-inspired debut album

The Melbourne outfit's vibrant debut LP offers an eject button from these worrying times

Medium: the LA-based project getting weird with lo-fi basement punk and thrash

Despite claiming to do everything wrong on his latest single ‘Life After Death’, Medium’s Cotter Phinney is already on a thrilling path of home-taped exploration.

Watch rising alt-folk star Taylor Janzen perform in her backyard for NME Home Sessions

The future alt-folk hero kicks off summer with this beautiful, stripped-back performance for NME

Mealtime – ‘Aperitif’ EP review: a pick-and-mix party bag packed with genre-hopping pop

The Manchester six-piece are intent on giving a big middle finger up to the status quo with their debut EP

Remi Wolf – ‘I’m Allergic To Dogs!’ EP review: a flamboyant collage of feel-good pop music

The Californian artist is handing out good grooves and good vibes only on her major label debut

Lazarus Kane: Under the skin of the mischievous rock star caricature

We try to pin down exactly who – or what – Lazarus Kane is. With, er, limited success

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know TV Priest

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?

Radar Roundup – June 19, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

From interviews to reviews and track recommendations, this is where you'll met your new favourite artist

London label Speedy Wunderground announces first ever album release

Tiña's debut album 'Positive Mental Health Music' lands November 6

Meet R.A.E, the winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition 2020

The victor of this year’s Glastonbury ETC won over judges with an imaginative blend of 90s inspired hip-hop and R&B