Music Interviews

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Anitta

Brazil's biggest pop star joins us in conversation

“It felt like we were changing the world”: inside New Order’s seminal ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’

How four Mancs escaped the shadow of Joy Division and set the course of electronic music

Guy Garvey on his ‘gnarly’ new solo single, Elbow’s next album and his ‘gothic and theatrical’ new band

Check out 'My Angel' from BBC1 drama 'Life', as Garvey discusses the 'bewildered' new music Elbow have written in lockdown and how he's started a new band which won't feature him singing.

Creeper’s Will Gould on new band Salem: “These are spooky, silly, romantic punk rock songs”

Check out the "cute and deadly" new single 'Destroy Me' as Gould tells NME about his colourful new side project

IV Of Spades’ Zild Benitez on solo album ‘Homework Machine’: “I put excellence above perfection”

The bassist lost a bit of himself amid Spadesmania. Now, on his solo debut, he fleshes out his own “childlike” vision

Chuck D: “Public Enemy, Run DMC and Beastie Boys on one track was a utopian moment for me”

The hip-hop icon on the failure to prosecute Breonna Taylor’s killers, why he doesn’t rate ‘The Wire’ and how the Beastie Boys granted his birthday wish

Judas Priest’s Rob Halford on his brutally honest autobiography – and encouraging a dialogue around abuse

The Metal God talks to NME about his book 'Confess', sexuality, mental health, a life in metal and new music

Leah Weller on new music and finding her voice: “My dad wasn’t super thrilled with my Marilyn Manson era”

NME caught up with Leah to chat about her new music, getting advice from dad (Modfather Paul Weller), overcoming confidence issues and her plans for a debut album

Sløtface share new single ‘Doctor’ and tell us about their new acoustic album and covering Sophie-Ellis Bextor

Check out the emotional new single as the Norwegian art-punks talk to NME about new Phoebe Bridgers-inspired album 'Slumber Tapes' and why Sophie-Ellis Bextor is a boss.

Royal Blood tell us about ‘Trouble’s Coming’ and their new album: “We’re seeing in colour for the first time”

Check out the song here, as Mike Kerr talks to NME about album Number Three and their new "disco meets AC/DC" sound
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