Mark Beaumont

Soundtrack Of My Life: Devendra Banhart

Venezuelan American singer-songwriter whose funeral song might be the best yet

Joel Stoker on his chart-threatening solo debut and what’s next for The Rifles

Stoker talks to NME about battling anxiety and hard times on 'The Undertow', and supporting Liam Gallagher

‘One Piece’ review: swashbuckling pirate samurai on the high seas

Eiichiro Oda's long-running manga and anime series gets the live-action Netflix treatment

Ash share ‘Crashed Out Wasted’ and talk touring with The Subways and the “rock mood” of new album

Frontman Tim Wheeler gives us the lowdown on the rock legends' new album, 'Race The Night'

The View – ‘Exorcism Of Youth’ review: less raucous, but smartly polished indie-rock

The band kicked-off this campaign with an on-stage brawl. The album that follows is similarly attention-grabbing.

Club NME: the history of the legendary indie night

The iconic club night returns later this year – we take a look back at the origins of the night and its impact

Sinéad O’Connor, 1966-2023: an artist of integrity, intensity and honesty

The Irish artist died yesterday (July 26) aged 56. NME remembers a strikingly original and powerful creative

Soundtrack Of My Life: ‘Yellowstone’ star Ryan Bingham

Six-string ticklin' troubadour and telly's quiet cowboy

Anton Corbijn tells us about his first documentary ‘Squaring The Circle’ and the power of rock’n’roll art studio Hipgnosis

The legendary photographer and filmmaker discusses the impact the art duo behind some of the most striking album sleeves in rock had on him and teases his next projects

Cheese wheels, ashes and sex toys: stop throwing shit at pop stars, please

Between touring issues and dwindling revenues, musicians are seriously up against it. Not least from some of their own ticket-buying 'fans'