Dannii Leivers

Nasty Cherry – ‘The Movie’ EP review: pop-rockers let their guard down

The Charli XCX-formed band's third, short-length release might just contain the song of the year

Architects – ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’ review: metal titans test the limits

The Brighton's band ninth album is, improbably, a fresh start

Architects: “People will recoil in horror at this record – and then find they actually like it”  

The Brighton metalcore five-piece's new album 'For Those That Wish To Exist' is the sound of a band liberated

Perry Farrell: “I saw through the pandemic that the world really loves music”

The Jane's Addiction singer and solo star on his new boxset and his relationship with the rest of the band

Ghostemane – ‘ANTI-ICON’ review: like Nine Inch Nails and Three 6 Mafia albums thrown in a meat grinder

The Soundcloud rapper and metalhead combines hip-hop, metal and trap, culminating in a thrilling ghost train ride

Laura Jane Grace: “JK Rowling has no grounds to speak on the transgender experience because she knows nothing about it”

The Against Me! singer talks to NME about her surprise debut solo album 'Stay Alive', inspiration and separating art from the artist.

Corey Taylor – ‘CMFT’ review: the most fun record the Slipknot frontman has ever produced

The man in the gnarly mask lets it all hang out with this Vegas-recorded party album

PVRIS – ‘Use Me’ review: frontwoman Lynn Gunn steps out to the front on confident third album

Here the musician takes the reigns more openly than before, facing her struggles with candour

PVRIS: “Sometimes you’ve got to have the power – and the courage – to walk away”

How the synth-pop band's frontman Lynn Gunn found the confidence to leave her old self behind
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