Hannah Mylrea

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Watch Metronomy x Pinty perform ‘Half An Inch’ for NME Home Sessions

For the latest edition of NME’s Home Sessions we're joined by Metronomy and Pinty, who perform a stripped back version of 'Half An Inch'. 'Half An...

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

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Amber Mark

The New York-based singer, songwriter and producer talks about her upcoming debut album, songwriting games and her “really intense Bee Gees phase”

Kacey Musgraves – ‘Star-Crossed’ review: a powerfully honest depiction of heartbreak

The pop's dissection of a crumbling relationship is split into three parts, never collapsing under its own concept

Big Red Machine: “We find solace when we bring people together”

How The National’s Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon champion a sense of community
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Watch Meet Me @ The Altar perform ‘Feel A Thing’, ‘Now Or Never’ and ‘Brighter Days (Are Before Us)’ for NME Home Sessions

For this week's NME Home Sessions we're joined by Meet Me @ The Altar, who play us a selection of songs from their upcoming...

Griff – ‘One Foot in Front of the Other’ review: sheer pop perfection

The Hertfordshire musician enters her golden period with a flawless debut mixtape

Sufjan Stevens – ‘Convocations’ review: 49-song ambient opus is moving, but hard work

The indie icon's grief-stricken record, inspired by the death of his father, runs into several hours

Chloe Moriondo – ‘Blood Bunny’ review: a spiky foray into pop-punk

The Michigan native finds a comfortable home at Paramore and Fall Out Boy's label Fuelled By Ramen
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