Music Interviews

Amyl And The Sniffers on ‘Comfort To Me’: “We needed to make a whole new thing”

The Melbourne noisemakers on the “hip-hop vibes” and righteous political rage that fuelled LP two

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – The Stranglers’ Jean-Jacques Burnel

The legendary singer and bassist player JJ Burnel takes the test

Sleaford Mods at End Of The Road Festival 2021: “There’s gonna be a cultural shift soon”

The frontman talks the return of gigs, new music and the band's unlikely headliner status

Sam Fender talks “heart-churning” new single ‘Get You Down’ and teases punk side project

"'Get You Down' is one of the first songs that looks at how that insecurity tore apart my relationships," Fender tells NME

CRAVITY: meet the budding K-pop boyband who are “here to conquer this world”

The rapidly rising super rookies have already made a strong start in their race to the top and their first full-length album shows they’re not hitting the brake anytime soon

Daine: meet the future emo icon mentored by Charli XCX

The Melbourne artist – who has worked with Charli XCX and Oli Sykes – is an exciting, essential voice in the hyperpop-sphere

The ABBA ‘Voyage’ producers on what to expect from the “magical space circus” live show

The makers of ABBA's "revolutionary" new digital show on what went into it, and how it could run "for years to come"

Big Red Machine: “We find solace when we bring people together”

How The National’s Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon champion a sense of community

VLURE: Glaswegian post-punks relishing the return of sweaty club ragers

The Scottish band on reinventing their sound during lockdown, their emotional return to live music and their city's creative scene