Music Interviews

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Starsailor’s James Walsh

Starsailor frontman James Walsh takes on music's toughest quiz

Tems: Afro-R&B’s radiant leader planning a global takeover

The Nigerian singer-songwriter has gone from strength to strength, having dropped her acclaimed ‘If Orange Was A Place’ EP and collaborated with the likes of Drake and Justin Bieber

Lancey Foux: “I wish the UK acknowledged rap the same way they do punk”

On his new mixtape 'LIVE.EVIL', the cult rapper wants to show the full picture of his artistry and the highs and lows of life

Infinite Coles: the unifying force between R&B and ballroom culture

The New York-based singer, actor, model, dancer and artist on his debut EP 'Destiny', his famous father and the importance of the LGBTQIA+ community

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with MØ

When Danish electro-pop singer MØ had finished touring her second album, ‘Forever Neverland’ in 2019, she returned to Denmark physically and mentally burnt out....

Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul: Belgian electro-pop duo laughing in the face of everything

The pair talk their debut album 'Topical Dancer', working with Soulwax and why laughter is the best medicine

Friends Like These: Alfie Templeman and Chloe Moriondo

Alfie Templeman picks up his phone and scours it for notes from recent songwriting sessions. Finding the early workings of his new collaborative single...

Soundtrack Of My Life: Tito Jackson

The musician and Jackson 5 guitarist used to be paid in records

Ladyhawke: “I kept saying, ‘Am I going to die?’ and the doctors couldn’t say no”

The New Zealand dance pop artist talks her cancer battle, homophobia in the music industry and her new album ‘Time Flies’

New Scott Hutchison book is “a place for Frightened Rabbit fans to go and feel connected”

Frightened Rabbit drummer and Scott's brother Grant – along with art collaborator Dave Thomas – told NME about what went into putting together 'The Work'
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