Andrew Trendell

Garbage – ‘No Gods No Masters’ review: their best in 20 years (but could only be made now)

Shirley Manson and co. layer sounds of the past with a futuristic sheen to reveal today's horrors

Garbage: “If you’re as successful as we were in the ‘90s, that is a burden”

NME Icon Award alumni Shirley Manson on finding herself in tumultuous times

Art Brut’s Eddie Argos looks back on past scuffles with Arctic Monkeys, Bloc Party and The Bravery

“Years ago, I used to be quite grumpy, like the indie Witchfinder General"

The Libertines’ John Hassall forms new duo The Orchid Room with Annekei

Check out their new single 'Be The Light': "I wanted to remind them that we could overcome all the distance, emotional turmoil and problems that have been caused by COVID-19"

Italian Eurovision winners Måneskin talk future plans and “bullshit” drug allegations

Fresh from taking home Eurovision gold, the Italian rockers talk to us about fighting off naysayers, receiving praise from Royal Blood and Franz Ferdinand, and their thoughts on the UK's James Newman

Iceland’s Daði Freyr on Eurovision 2021, ’10 Years’ and ‘The Story Of Fire Saga’

Before COVID stopped him from performing live, Iceland's entry Daði Freyr spoke to NME about the viral success of' Think About Things', new music and his country's opinions on the "incest-y" Will Ferrell spoof

Museum Of Love share ‘Marching Orders’ and tell us about their “joyful” new album

The duo talk their "escapist" new album 'Life Of Mammals', working with James Murphy and what LCD Soundsystem are up to

Phil Taggart on the meditative power of music: “Your brain needs a rest from continuous poking”

The former Radio One DJ talks to NME about his new show ChillDaBeats – and two specials recorded for Mental Health Awareness Week

Biffy Clyro: “We literally finished our new album last week”

Speaking to NME about their "amazing" new album on the red carpet of the BRITs 2021, the Scottish rockers said: "It's still a fairly positive outlook with a shit tonne of bone marrow nihilism going down inside of it"

Rina Sawayama tells us about her “Garbage, grunge and pop” inspired second album

Sawayama also spoke to NME from the red carpet about changing the rules of this year's BRIT Awards
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