Dan Stubbs

‘Bill & Ted Face The Music’ review: self-aware slacker-comedy revival is the nonsense we need

Not seen on screens since 1991, the symbiotic pair return to save humanity (and COVID-hit cinema box offices)

Kiesza on the car crash that nearly killed her: “I thought I might never come back to music”

The electro-pop star back with new album 'Crave', plus the determination that helped her to make it

‘The Umbrella Academy’: “It’s a dysfunctional family show – with a body count”

The TV adaptation of Gerard Way’s twisted superhero tale returns this week. With Season two seeing a shifting timeline thrown into the mix, its stars and showrunner speak to NME

‘The Wretched’: how an indie horror movie became the surprise hit of 2020

Directing brothers Brett and Drew Pierce explain how their low-budget witch movie has worked strange magic in the COVID era

Charlie Brooker: “When toilet roll ran out, people started taking it seriously. It doesn’t get more real than wiping your arse”

The 'Black Mirror' co-creator on life in lockdown – and his new 'Antiviral Wipe' special

The 1975 – ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ review: the sound of a band with no sonic boundaries

The band's masterful fourth album encompasses everything from electronica to anarcho-punk

Tame Impala: “This band is the fantasy of music. It’s The Lord Of The Rings”

Kevin Parker has taken his band from psychedelic outliers to festival headlining giants