Andrew Trendell

The National’s Matt Berninger: “It was sobering to realise how fragile I was”

The National's Matt Berninger speaks to NME about battling depression, working with Taylor Swift and their two new albums

Krist Novoselic on 30 years of ‘In Utero’ and using AI to restore Nirvana music

The bassist reflects on the anniversary of their seminal final album, the chances of the surviving members releasing more music and using AI to complete "sketches" of old songs

Muse announce ‘Absolution’ 20th anniversary deluxe reissue

Their seminal third album was released 20 years ago today. Check out the artwork, tracklist and more for the anniversary celebration box set

Watch the trailer for new Pete Doherty documentary ‘Stranger In My Own Skin’

The film, made by director-musician and Doherty's wife Katia deVidas, will hit cinemas in November

Rufus Wainwright duets with Jake Shears and honours Jeff Buckley at Royal Albert Hall

Wainwright played classic albums 'Want One' and 'Want Two' with the BBC Concert Orchestra for the Proms at London's Royal Albert Hall

Empire State Bastard – ‘Rivers Of Heresy’ review: wonderfully weird ultraviolence from Biffy spin-off

Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil and Oceansize's Mike Vennart – with help from Slayer's Dave Lombardo and Bitch Falcon's Naomi Macleod – take us on a wild grindcore ride

Royal Blood’s Mike Kerr: “Working with Josh Homme equipped me for this record”

The frontman also spoke to NME about beating "imposter syndrome" and stepping out of their comfort zone for 'Back To The Water Below'

Bakar on his love of Foals and going “back to true indie rock roots” at Reading 2023

After smashing the main stage at R+L, the London singer-songwriter told us what to expect of his upcoming second album 'Halo'

ZAND on their queer community, touring with Peaches and collab with Jeremy Corbyn: “He was a G”

"It was an honour to collaborate with one of the last politicians in the country who has a beating heart"