Music Interviews

Blanco on his funky solo career and life in drill collective Harlem Spartans: “I want a Top 10 album”

The south London star has turned to the sounds of Brazil for sunny new mixtape 'City Of God'

Willy Mason on his first album in almost a decade: “For this record, I took a lot of chances”

The Massachusetts folk-rock enigma on 'Already Dead' and why he loves northern UK service stations

DPR Live: “I just really want to be transparent with my music”

The Dream Perfect Regime rapper also talks about his new EP ‘IITE COOL’, as well as working with MAMAMOO’s Hwasa and Beenzino

Dexter: rebellious bedroom pop that champions self-expression

The south-west London teen discusses rejecting beauty standards and her sun-splashed debut EP, which looks to uplift and empower

Luke Hemmings: “I needed to make this album to figure out the thoughts in my head”

The 5 Seconds Of Summer singer opens up about his new solo album ‘When Facing The Things We Turn Away From’

Orla Gartland: “The stigma of YouTubers not being real musicians is a dated concept”

With her debut album, former YouTuber-turned-musician Orla Gartland embraces and deconstructs her fight to be taken seriously as a pop star

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Descendents

The legendary south Californian punks take music's toughest quiz – on their own lives!

Minzy speaks about her new single ‘Teamo’, how she has changed over her career and why she started her own label

“It was really difficult becoming an entrepreneur and starting a company on my own”

Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba: “Our new songs are inspired by The Strokes”

The frontman also tells NME about what to expect from their Slam Dunk set, and how he balances life with Blink-182

Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay of LUMP: “It’s like bloodletting for your creative brain”

Marling and Mike Lindsay discuss the freeing nature of their wild, untamed second collaborative album 'Animal'
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