Music Interviews

Supergrass’ Danny Goffey tells us about his new album and book ‘Bryan Moone’s DiscoPunk’

Check out new single ‘Everybody’s On Drugs’, as the drummer and solo star tells us about his new project and the future of Supergrass

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

In Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?!, we quiz an artist on their own career to see how much they can remember

The National on new music: “It’s the whole history of the band, but with a new exploration”

Guitarist Bryce Dessner also talks to NME about attracting Swifties and their upcoming All Points East show

Dhruv: TikTok storyteller blazing a trail for vital, anthemic queer pop

After his brand of intensely introspective songwriting became a sudden hit across social media, the 22-year-old is now ready to spread his wings

Hot Chip: “Making this record was one of the weirdest and darkest times for us”

How the dance-pop heroes bounced back from tragedy with the blissed-out ‘Freakout/Release’

EFÉ: a serotonin-boosting blast of sunny bedroom pop

After smashing support slots with rapper JPEGMAFIA in her native Ireland, the rising act is determined to keep her vibrant, unique spirit alive in a ruthless, exploitative industry

Kino on solo debut ‘Pose’, what’s next for PENTAGON and his artistic journey: “I still want to broaden my perspective”

PENTAGON’s main dancer and freshly debuted solo artist talks to NME about his insistence on creative control and the hardest part of going it alone

The Lounge Society: “Being pinned down is the most dangerous thing as a band”

The Lounge Society's thrilling debut album encapsulates the journey from rural isolation to support slots with The Strokes and Wet Leg

Soundtrack Of My Life: DJ Premier

Legendary hip-hop producer, says he'll still be in the booth at 100