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Jean Dawson: Britpop-inspired creative maverick making sense of boundless inspiraton

Raised on the cultural border between Mexico and the US, his vibrant approach to music-making isn’t about bending genres for the heck of it - but it works

Revisiting ‘Scenes From The Suburbs’, Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire’s take on Spielberg-style suburbia

Songs from 'The Suburbs' drift in and out of the film, mimicking Jonze’s visuals which seem more like a collection of memories

Pro Era’s Nyck Caution pays homage to New York on new song ‘Margot Robbie’

The song features on the Joey Bada$$-signed rapper's new EP 'Open Flame'

‘Money Heist’ season 5: everything we know so far

What you need to know about the future of Netflix's most underrated show

Arlo Parks: her best cover versions, from Radiohead to Solange

The fast-rising Londoner has made excellent use of lockdown by covering songs by a wide array of brilliant artists

Radar Roundup – July 31, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you cannot afford to ignore right now. Get stuck in...

New on Netflix UK: August 2020’s must-watch film and TV

Returning favourites, new gems and comedy specials

Jordana – ‘Something to Say’ EP review: grunge-laced almost-pop with cathartic wit

Hefty garage-rock sits nicely next to dream-pop on this fidgety, affecting listen from Wichita musician
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