Music Interviews

Raging Against The Machine: The Story Behind Twin Atlantic’s New Album ‘GLA’

Glasgow’s Twin Atlantic are fighting against preconceptions, rebelling against their label and banging a drum for their home town. Larry Bartleet hears the story...

Tony Mortimer – Soundtrack Of My Life

Former East 17 member Tony Mortimer on the tracks that changed his life

One Republic’s Ryan Tedder Gives Ten Teasers For Their Apple Music Festival Show

In association with Apple Music Festival1 You’ll get a sneak preview of our new album “We have three songs from the album nailed – but...

Q&A: Bastille’s Dan Smith On Arena Shows, Apple Music Festival And The Joy Of Tie Dye

In association with Apple Music Festival By the time they arrive on stage for their Apple Music Festival show at the Roundhouse, Bastille’s long-awaited second...

The 1975’s Matt Healy On The Art Of Playing Live

In association with Apple Music Festival Whether it’s Matt Healy strutting across the stage sucking on a cigarette and gulping down wine that attracts your...

The Magic Of Britney Spears: NME Speaks To The World’s Biggest Popstar

In association with Apple Music FestivalThe defining pop artist of her generation is playing the UK for the first time in five years. Nick...

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...
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