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For Wet Leg’s sake, we all need to be more Elton

At 74, Reg is still relentlessly hunting down new music - we should all take a leaf from his songbook

Elton John praises Yard Act as one of his favourite new bands: “I wonder how they do it”

“I’ve never lost the desire to hear new music," John told NME in a new cover feature

Remi Wolf – ‘Juno’ review: funk-pop at its brightest and boldest

Deeply reflective and in-your-face all at once, the Californian artist's debut album is an unashamedly proud celebration of recovery

Black Country, New Road announce second album ‘Ants From Up There’ and share ‘Chaos Space Marine’

The album, out in February via Ninja Tune, will be toured around the UK next year

PinkPantheress – ‘To hell with it’ review: lightning-speed debut is among year’s best

The Bath-born artist's impeccable debut mixtape caps off an incredible breakthrough year and proves why she’s one of the fastest-rising in the world

Watch Clinton Kane perform ‘Chicken Tendies’, ‘I Guess I’m In Love’ and ‘Hopeless’ for NME Home Sessions

For the latest NME Home Sessions video, we’re joined by singer-songwriter Clinton Kane who treats us to performances of ‘Chicken Tendies’, ‘Hopeless’ and his...

PinkPantheress announces details of debut mixtape ‘To hell with it’

"I’m hoping these songs immerse you into your ideal fantasy world as you listen"

Ashnikko: “It’s so lonely to have mental health problems and not be able to articulate them”

The genre-blending artist talks their two new singles, remixing Lady Gaga and writing for Tomorrow X Together

Gustaf – ‘Audio Drag For Ego Slobs’ review: art-punk that leans on humour and tradition

Gustaf prove there’s a reason why they’re one of the most exciting names to have emerged from NYC’s post-punk scene in recent years

Wargasm’s new video for ‘Salma Hayek’ is an “ode to Tarantino”

The video is heavily inspired by the Robert Rodriguez cult classic 'From Dusk Till Dawn'