Mark Beaumont

Beabadoobee’s success is a sign that the bedroom pop revolution is in full swing

The NME cover star's debut album 'Fake It Flowers' sees her join the ranks of self-starting stars Clairo and Billie Eilish

Travis – ’10 Songs’ review: wistful, nostalgic indie that sums up the global mood

Fran Healy and the gang capture the familiar feeling of wishing you’re anywhere else but here

Eddie Van Halen, 1955 – 2020: a colossus who turned guitar solos into a firework display

The man who helped to helped to place heavy metal at the heart of the American mainstream has died

Pixies’ Joey Santiago on playing with Pearl Jam, new music and Ian Brown’s conspiracy theories

The guitarist talks to NME about hopes for Hyde Park, the impact of COVID, new album plans, and the Presidential race

Its intentions are good, but Netflix doc ‘The Social Dilemma’ is as manipulative as Facebook

By inventing entirely fictional plot lines to illustrate its key points, the vital film undermines its own authority

Osees – ‘Protean Threat’ review: the dizzying sound of an art-rock renegade chasing his whims

There will be moments at which you'll wonder which parts of this wildly diverse album you’re supposed to be enjoying, but it's never boring

Eels on new album ‘Earth To Dora’: “Dark phases happen, but they will get better”

E tells us about the road back to happiness and shares new single 'Are We Alright Again'

Cults – ‘Host’ review: bedroom poppers corrode the classic with subversive fifth album

Midway through recording ‘Host’, singer Madeline Follin let on to Cults' core songwriter Brian (oh, yes) Oblivion that she’d secretly been hoarding a bunch...

Step into Muse’s mind-bending sci-fi reality with new concert film ‘Simulation Theory’

This is the band's inexorable mainframe – and we're all just glitches in it

The term ‘landfill indie’ is pure snobbery from people who don’t know how to have fun

The term is so sneeringly reductive it’s like your Grandad listing the relative merits of each Pokémon
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