Music Interviews

World Exclusive Comeback Interview: How Kings Of Leon Rebuilt Their Family – And Their Sound

Kings Of Leon, the hardest-partying band of the noughties, have spent the last three years cutting down on the boozing, organising food festivals and...

Under the skin: Netsky at The 2016 Rio Olympics

We went to Rio with Belgian drum n’ bass legend, Netsky and the country’s Olympic team for a trip they’ll never forget.

Major League Superstars: Why Major Lazer Are The Busiest Boys In Music

Major Lazer, the global fusion dancehall crew led by Diplo, are the busiest boys in music. Kevin E G Perry joins them for 24...

Gold Standard Partying: NME Meets Netsky, The Artist Behind The BBC Olympics Anthem

Barry Nicolson heads to Brazil for some gold medal partying with Netsky, whose track ‘Rio’ soundtracked the BBC’s Olympics coverage This has to be one...

Eagles of Death Metal’s Storming Reading Festival Set – The View From The Stage

We walked on stage with Jesse Hughes and the Eagles of Death Metal as they took to Reading Festival's main stage in the glorious...

Reading Festival 2016: Walk on stage with Eagles Of Death Metal

Walk on stage with Jesse Hughes and Eagles Of Death Metal at Reading Festival 2016.

‘I Can Do Everything’: Soon-To-Be Queen Of Grime Lady Leshurr Talks Ten Years Of Hard Graft

Lady Leshurr is about to become queen of the grime scene. Leonie Cooper heads to carnival with the fast, furious and downright brilliant Brummie...

Jamie T Talks Anxiety, London, And Learning To “Give Less Of A Fuck”

A new Jamie T album is always a big deal. His latest, ‘Trick’, brims with punk, hip-hop, giant choruses and youthful excitement. He tells...

Crystal Castles May Have Changed Personnel, But They’re Still Just Two Punks Driving A Small Van To Shows

One of the most influential acts of the noughties, Crystal Castles have a new line-up and a newfound philanthropy. Hamish MacBain meets a band...

Up Close And Personal With The Maccabees – The Full NME Cover Feature

On the day they announced their split, revisit The Maccabees' final NME cover feature. This piece was published in November 2015, capping off a...
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