Rhys Buchanan

Do Nothing – ‘Glueland’ EP review: a measured, expansive second outing

The Nottingham band have used the last year to expand on their danceable post-punk with this reclined and intriguing EP

Cloud Nothings – ‘The Shadow I Remember’ review: spit-and-sawdust indie-punk

The Ohio quartet's eighth album speaks to their 10 years in the game, a lack of inventiveness offset by their relentless drive

Kynsy – ‘Things That Don’t Exist’ EP review: genre-hopping anthems that flaunt grit and glamour

The Dublin-based musician makes a flashy arrival with her gripping debut EP

The NME 100: What happened to the rising stars next?

Billie Eilish, Arlo Parks, Dua Lipa and more all featured

Boy Pablo – ‘Wachito Rico’ review: viral indie-pop star makes hay while the sun shines

Nicolas Muñoz's debut album proves he deserves all the praise he gets

Wallows – ‘Remote’ EP review: LA trio wear heartbreak well on slick lockdown collection

Wallows refuse to let quarantine eat into their thrilling formula of brash indie on the vibrant follow-up to last year’s debut

Thurston Moore – ‘By The Fire’ review: love and healing from the Sonic Youth man

Thurston Moore has always been a man firmly occupied with the present. The seventh 'solo' album from the Sonic Youth founder is not only...

A. Swayze & the Ghosts – ‘Paid Salvation’ review: Tony Hawk-approved world-weary garage rock

This debut might be dealing with a world at war with itself, but that’s not to say it won’t make you dance
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