Music Features

10 best romantic K-pop songs for Valentine’s Day

From SEVENTEEN to Red Velvet, NME celebrates love beyond language with some of the best Korean love songs

Club NME: all the action from Blossoms’ big night in Manchester

Club NME headed to Manchester this past weekend (February 10) to bring big bands in intimate settings: this time, Blossoms in the Club Academy...

The steady rise of Manga Saint Hilare, grime’s most loyal servant

20 years in, the former Roll Deep member Manga Saint Hilare continues to push his beloved scene forward

Why we can’t afford to lose holiday camp festival weekenders like Mighty Hoopla

Soaring costs have challenged the viability of wildly successful holiday camp festivals held at Butlin's and Pontins. NME heads to Bognor Regis to see what the music world will be missing out on

The Grammys 2024: the biggest talking points

Music’s biggest night brought history-making wins, legendary returns and some no-holds-barred speeches

The Driver Era: “The goal this year is to release three albums”

The Driver Era discuss new concert film 'Live at The Greek', potential for three albums in 2024 and being part of Troye Sivan's viral moment.

Kaiser Chiefs: “Boris Johnson took a weird dislike to our band and I don’t know why”

Which former prime minister wrote a bizarre article in 2006 where he branded the Kaiser Chiefs “the weeds from Leeds”? “Boris Johnson.” CORRECT. “He took a...

Joni Mitchell’s ‘Court And Spark’ at 50: “She’s everyone in my generation’s cool aunt”

'Blue' was the album that made Joni Mitchell's name, but 1974's 'Court and Spark' cemented her place as a generational great.

The most anticipated live events of 2024

From must-see gigs to huge events and the sort of festivals that you really can’t afford to miss, here's a rundown of the shows you need to be at this year