Mark Beaumont

The Killers and Bruce Springsteen’s new song ‘Dustland’ finds the icons uniting two generations

It's amazing it's taken these American Dream merchants 13 years to team up

The Amorphous Androgynous on the ‘lost’ Noel Gallagher album: “I may or may not still be working on bits”

Garry Cobain talks to NME about their sprawling new prog Odyssey ‘We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal’, and memories of working with Noel Gallagher on their illusive 'space rock' record

‘Borat Supplemental Reportings’ review: controversial Kazakh turns conspiracy theory fact-checker

This multi-part special is stuffed with unseen footage from the critically acclaimed sequel

Iceage on growing up: “The longer you live, the more nuance gets added to the palette”

The Danish punks' fifth album 'Seek Shelter' is their most diverse and complex yet

Weezer – ‘Van Weezer’ review: veteran pop-rockers throw up the Devil horns

The heavy metal pastiche often clashes against Rivers Cuomo's sensitive songwriting

If Spotify’s CEO buys Arsenal, it might make for a very different game

Daniel Ek has joined with Arsenal legends to make a takeover bid for the club. But what would his streaming practices mean for football?

Elon Musk’s tech could create Jurassic Park? He should build these fictional worlds instead

Forget the dinos, mate. Crack on with Star Wars' Cloud City instead