Patrick Clarke

Belle & Sebastian talk surprise album ‘Late Developers’ and “90s power ballad” ‘I Don’t Know What You See In Me’

Frontman Stuart Murdoch talks to NME about their "playful" new record, his new book and big screen ambitions

Dry Cleaning – ‘Stumpwork’ review: magnificent second album proves they’re one of a kind

Dry Cleaning's second album is a bold leap forward that sets the band apart from their contemporaries and defies categorisation

Brian Eno – ‘FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE’ review: existential meditations and a groundwork for hope

The experimental master's 29th solo studio album doesn't offer any solutions to humanity's existential threats, but it does offer hope for the future

Broken Bells – ‘Into The Blue’ review: meticulously crafted genre-hopping pop

Broken Bells’ first album in eight years is a magnificently produced and multi-faceted return that sometimes lacks in edge

NOFX announce potentially their last album and share new single ‘Darby Crashing Your Party’

The longstanding punks have already announced their intentions to disband next year

Man implicated in murder of PnB Rock speaks out to clear his name

Emmanul Danquah had been in an unrelated argument with PNB Rock last year

Tegan And Sara share visuals for punchy new single ‘I Can’t Grow Up’

The track was inspired by the band's love of Chicago band Dehd

Ubisoft delays release of ‘Skull & Bones’ until 2023

"To give you the best possible experience we’ve decided to take a little more time to make sure we can deliver exactly that."

The Big Moon call out venue for taking cuts of merch sales and announce alternative pop-up store

The band won't be selling merch at the Kentish Town Forum tonight

Aviici’s family sell recording and publishing rights to Björn Ulvaeus’ Pophouse company

Avicii's parents said the move will allow them to concentrate on a foundation set up in their late son's name
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