Music Interviews

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'

Sparks and Edgar Wright’s ‘The Sparks Brothers’: “This is the totality of who we are”

After turning down several directors in the past, the enigmatic Sparks finally agreed to be the subject of a documentary when Edgar Wright approached them. They take us through a storied career and brilliant new film

NOISY: “We just want to be three new faces to the world”

After undergoing a genre-busting reinvention, the Worthing-based trio now want to bring their love of rave culture to the mainstream

Durand Jones & The Indications: “Not since the ‘70s has there been such an appetite for soul music”

Ahead of their disco-influenced third album, the Indiana band reflect on their grind so far – and being instrumental in soul's mainstream revival

Wunderhorse: hard-won indie joy from shapeshifting surfer

Once the frontman of indie band Dead Pretties, Jacob Slater is now calm, collected and returning with piercing solo music

Binki: “My goal is always to try and make something that’s subversive”

Meet Binki, whose indie-disco anthem in-the-making 'Clay Pigeon' was inspired by the wisdom of Confucius and the failings of David Bowie

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock

The punk pioneer takes on music's toughest quiz – on his own life
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