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Beach House: “Nostalgia is dangerous. There was a lot about ‘00s indie that sucked”

The dream-pop duo have weathered fickle tastes and emerged with the innovative 'Once Twice Melody'

Anxious: Connecticut hardcore punks fuse the scene’s spirit of old with the future

The Connecticut band started as a time-killer during high school, now their pummelling debut record is the type to make you want to form your own

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Twin Atlantic

Frontman Sam McTrusty on the band's new album 'Transparency', the challenges of recording during a pandemic and the "gut punch" of being dropped by their record label

Watch The Wombats’ track-by-track guide to ‘Fix Yourself, Not The World’

Matthew Murphy and Dan Haggis talk us through the trio's fifth studio album

Global chaos? Corrupt politicians? Here’s why we need Muse more than ever

The Teignmouth space-rockers are back to help us make sense of the last two years

Sea Power, ‘Disco Elysium’, and the importance of being miserable

“The bloating may never leave your face – but beneath it, you still have some years. You still have some hope”

NME Radio Roundup 17 January 2022: The Weeknd, Halsey, Kae Tempest and more

Check out all of the latest additions to NME Radio
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Watch Khally’s heartfelt performance of ‘Sunflower’ and ‘Wildest Blows’ for NME Radar Sessions

Join the emerging Singaporean singer-songwriter in her tranquil stomping grounds of Pasir Ris for this stripped-down set
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Watch Lola Young perform ‘Ruin My Make Up’ & ‘Fake’ for NME Home Sessions

The south Londoner delivers a special acoustic performance
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