Music Features

Watch Body Type perform ‘The Charm’, ‘A Line’ and ‘Sex & Rage’ for NME Home Sessions

The Sydney quartet provide all the riffs you could ask for during their searing three-song set

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Pixies

In Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?!, we quiz an artist on their own career to see how much they can remember

A dreamlike day out with ONEUS at HallyuPopFest Sydney

Follow ONEUS through a hectic day at a K-pop festival: from their downtime in Sydney, to the red carpet, and finally the stage. In between, the band talk to NME about their relationship with their fans and their September comeback, ‘MALUS’ – read the interview and see exclusive behind-the-scenes photos

TISM talk nostalgia, their beef with NME and the reunion: “There’s every chance that one of us will die horrifically onstage”

It’s been 19 years since Ron Hitler-Barassi and Humphrey B. Flaubert last terrorised Australian pop culture. Now that they’ve returned, nobody – not even The Kid LAROI – is safe

Hot Chip: “Making this record was one of the weirdest and darkest times for us”

How the dance-pop heroes bounced back from tragedy with the blissed-out ‘Freakout/Release’

Five Things I Know: Milly Petriella, SongHubs & APRA AMCOS

NME catches up with Milly Petriella of APRA AMCOS and the manager of SongHubs, to talk about the creative force that is Western Sydney

Kino on solo debut ‘Pose’, what’s next for PENTAGON and his artistic journey: “I still want to broaden my perspective”

PENTAGON’s main dancer and freshly debuted solo artist talks to NME about his insistence on creative control and the hardest part of going it alone

Thelma Plum on her new EP ‘Meanjin’: “I’ve put so much into these songs… I feel very exposed, very vulnerable”

The Gamilaraay singer-songwriter’s first release since the barnstorming ‘Better In Blak’ is a “love letter to Brissy”. She tells NME more about its emotional stories

Danger Mouse & Black Thought: “You can’t name a classic song that’s not sad”

'Cheat Codes' is finally here – and the story is far from over