Music Interviews

2ManyDJs: “David Bowie used to post on our web forum”

The Dewaele brothers tell us about 20 years of 'As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt.2', the 2002 clash of dance and indie, the secrets of their remixes, and discuss whether a clubnight like Trash could ever exist again

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Evanescence’s Amy Lee

The long-running band's frontwoman talks longevity, standing up for what you believe in and Evanescence's jam-packed 2023 schedule

MOBO founder Kanya King on the awards’ new genres: “This felt like the right year to do it”

Ahead of the ceremony, King talks the wealth of UK Black alternative and dance music, the legacy of the awards and celebrating Jamal Edwards

On the road with UPSAHL, one thrilling live show at a time

NME meets the Arizona star in Berlin, as she prepares to bring her "vulnerable and hot" pop show to a sold-out Lido

IDLES celebrate five years of ‘Brutalism’: “It was a last-ditch attempt”

The Bristol band’s 2017 debut album was the match that lit the UK’s ongoing post-punk revival. Five years on, Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen reflect on the long road IDLES took to get to that pivotal point

Going behind the ‘Born Pink’ tour with its creative director: “We could do a six-hour BLACKPINK rock opera”

Ahead of BLACKPINK’s massive concerts at the O2, creative director Amy Bowerman explains what it's like to work on the largest world tour in the history of a K-pop girl group

Scowl: hardcore’s hottest breakout band reflect on their whirlwind year

With fans in Hayley Williams and Post Malone, the Santa Cruz rockers have blazed a defiant trail through West Coast hardcore

Stanley Donwood on new exhibition, working with Radiohead and making art for Glastonbury

The artist – who has made all Radiohead and Thom Yorke artwork since 1994 – tells us about his new exhibition ‘Sacred Cartography’, and his hopes for the future of the band

Skaiwater: Lil Nas X tourmate has the scope and ambition of an EDM pioneer

The Nottingham-raised artist on working with Lil Uzi Vert, the influence of Jersey club music and keeping it DIY

Cucamaras: hometown heroes breathing new life into Nottingham’s indie scene

NME heads to Nottingham Forest's City Ground to watch the footy and the fireworks with local lads done good, Cucamaras
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