Music Interviews

Leftfield’s Neil Barnes on becoming a therapist: “The more we talk, the better we are”

The dance pioneer told NME about the power of therapy: "It can really work wonders. Give it a chance"

Big Joanie on representation: “We’ve done everything that a Black punk band can do”

The punks talk to NME about representation for alternative music from POC, and their plans for the future

NAO is “ready to put out a new sound and experiment”

The singer tells NME about getting "back in the game" and her hope for the future

Bob Vylan want to show others that “rock music is an OK thing for Black people to do”

Speaking of their MOBO nomination, they said: "It does open the door for other people who are creating quote-unquote 'alternative music' or 'rock music' to express themselves and see it as a viable thing"

Eve on motherhood and her career: “Most of the things I do for the future of my son”

The rap legend also spoke of the importance of celebrating people of colour in all music scenes

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz

Which Isle of Wight band have covered Talking Heads’ ‘Psycho Killer’? “Oh, Wet Leg!” CORRECT. “I loved that cover and I adore them. I heard a couple...

Tion Wayne: “I want to go down as one of the greats”

"I hope that, at the end of it, everyone sees me as a legend"

Skillibeng teases new music: “The journey keeps going”

The 25-year-old also won Best Caribbean Music Act at this year's MOBO awards

Soundtrack Of My Life: Charlotte Church

Singer, activist, dungeon mistress
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