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Sit down, snuggle up and indulge in a little comfort gaming

Forget new games. Sometimes all we need is to revisit old favourites to make us feel good

Watch G Flip play ‘Hyperfine’ and ‘Drink Too Much’ for NME Home Sessions

NME Australia’s May cover star strips down two of her songs

Sports Team are in the race for a Number One album – despite the release plan almost going to shit

After two false starts amid a global pandemic, the six-piece's debut album 'Deep Down Happy' has finally been released today

What to watch this week on Netflix, Stan and more (June 8-14)

Here’s a list of TV shows and movies to tune in this week

Spacey Jane are the Fremantle garage rock optimists letting the ‘Sunlight’ in

Australia’s fastest rising guitar band are at an existential crossroads, releasing their debut into a live music vacuum. But, as they tell NME, they’ve still got ambition in spades

‘Central Park’, from the creators of ‘Bob’s Burgers’, is TV’s most wholesome new show

In a time where it feels like society is collapsing, a musical animation about people chilling outside is just what we needed

Country star Jaime Wyatt on the road to new album ‘Neon Cross’: “I’m lucky to be alive at this point”

The singer-songwriter talks escaping LA, getting sober – again – and being a queer country artist in 2020

When will we get to go to a goddamn gig again?

Can we still have transcendent, cathartic live music experiences while assiduously social distancing?

Next-gen consoles: will they make or break backwards compatibility?

Very soon, access to your games could be less about the consoles you own and more about the subscription services you pay for
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