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NME Ones To Watch 2016: Formation

Every day this week NME is introducing one of its ones to watch acts for 2016. Formation are the UK dance brothers providing an...

NME Ones To Watch 2016: Sunflower Bean

Every day this week NME is introducing one of its ones to watch acts for 2016. Sunflower Bean are three beautifully twisted, doomy New...

New Music Of The Day: Trudy – ‘Baby I’m Blue’ (NME Premiere)

As I write this Appetite For Destruction is on full-blast in the background, and it feels a little like trying to play chess in...

New Music Of The Day: Public Memory – Ringleader (NME Premiere)

The solo project of former Eraas man Robert Toher, Public Memory recorded Ringleader while in LA – away from Toher’s actual home of Brooklyn....

NME Ones To Watch 2016: Rat Boy

Every day this week NME is introducing one of its ones to watch acts for 2016. Today, meet Rat Boy - the Essex wideboy...

New Music Of The Day: Blue House – Hot Air Balloons (NME Video Premiere)

This London duo come with some decent previous – singer James Howard was in Postcard-esque fops Fiction and Ursula Russell was the drummer in...

Tom Speight – Little Love (Video Premiere)

Following releases a few years back on Young & Lost Club and Killing Moon, plus support dates with acts as varied as Fionn Regan,...

New Music Of The Day: She-Devils – Where There’s No One (NME Premiere)

One of the acts who impressed us most at M For Montreal last month featured local duo Audrey Ann and Kyle Jukka, aka newcomers...

New Music Of The Day: Sunflower Bean – Wall Watcher (Video)

You’re probably aware how much we rate hyped New York trio Sunflower Bean already. Debut album ‘Human Ceremony’ is out in February, and the...

Show Me The Body Announce Debut UK Tour

Stupidly exciting NYC hardcore/rap/banjo act Show Me The Body have announced their debut UK dates, to take place early next year. Breaking out of the...

Blossoms Interviewed: First Manchester, Now The World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jIjuUPNtC4 For the record, Blossoms hail from Stockport, not Manchester. Yet their frontman Tom Ogden exudes the sort of ambition typically associated with musical legends...

New Music Of The Day: Jerkcurb – Somerton Beach (Video)

Jacob Read aka Jerkcurb's new video for 'Somerton Beach' really brings the track to life. Ironic, seeing as its main character has seemingly given...

Eastern Barbers Channel King Krule And The xx On Everybody’s Elsewhere EP

Eastern Barbers describe themselves as a band from the ‘depths’ of South East London, and they sound like they’ve been trawling those depths for...

Stream Cardiff’s Estrons Blistering New EP ‘Whoever She Was…’ – Exclusive

Cardiff’s Estrons are the latest hopefuls to kick up an industry fuss, mainly thanks to their track ‘Make A Man’ being an absolute banger. Cut...

Let Trudy Show You Liverpool In New Video ‘Behave’

Here’s the latest from Liverpool newcomers Trudy, who just played with Hooton Tennis Club at the city’s soon-to-close Kazimier club this week. Produced by Tarek...

New Music Of The Day: Elf Kid – Golden Boy

Sometimes a song comes along that is so undeniable and instantly brilliant you can't do anything but hit repeat. 'Golden Boy' by grime MC...

New Music Of The Day: Charlie Hilton – ‘100 Million’ (Featuring Mac DeMarco)

Gap-toothed non-slacker hero Mac DeMarco rounds off a year which has seen him go huge with an appearance as backing vocalist on this superb...

Oscar Feels The Christmas Spirit With Yuletide Track ‘It’s Christmas Again’ – Video Premiere

Wichita tall-man Oscar is probably the least Christmassy person in London indie at present, but that hasn’t stopped him from having a crack at...

Black Honey Stream Exclusive New Track ‘Mothership’ And Talk NME Through Life On The Road

Brighton act Black Honey are our New Artist Of The Week currently, and whoa boy have we got a bonanza for you today. Not only...

New Music Of The Day: Fraser A Gorman – Skyscraper Skyline Blues

Yet more aural salvation from Courtney Barnett’s Milk! Records crew. Their last compilation featured the amazing ‘Pickles In The Jar’ by Barnett, which was...
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