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Dead Lambs And Dark Sounds – Read A Classic 1993 NME Interview With PJ Harvey On Her Family Farm

On the release of PJ Harvey’s second album ‘Rid Of Me’ in early 1993, Stuart Bailie travelled to PJ Harvey’s family home in Dorset...

How Public Enemy Became The Most Exciting Band On The Planet – A Classic NME Interview With Chuck D

In 1988, Public Enemy were the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world. Danny Kelly visited Def Jam HQ to hear Chuck D's plans for...

Morrissey Talks Sex, Stalkers And The Smiths In Classic NME Interview

Like any longterm love affair, the relationship between NME and Morrissey has suffered turbulent times. But following a triumphant solo show in Wolverhampton in...

Brothers In Arms – Relive The Time NME Went On The Road With Oasis In 1994

In 1994, in the midst of their fast and furious rise, Simon Williams joined a raucous Oasis on tour to stagger from hotel...

Riffs, Rucks And Reviews – NME’s First 63 Years On The Rock ‘N’ Roll Frontline

As any writer who’s ever refereed the letters page will tell you, nothing boils the blood of NME readers quite like a list. Of...

What Next For Liam Gallagher Following His New Solo Track?

On Sunday evening (July 26), Liam Gallagher surprised punters at JJ Finan's pub in Charlestown, Co Mayo, by turning up to perform an unknown...

‘Back In Black’: The ABCD Of AC/DC

On the 36th anniversary of the world-conquering ‘Back In Black’ going to UK number one, we salute the immutable rock behemoth that is...

At Home With Mac DeMarco: The Slacker Superstar On Love Songs, Obsessive Fans And Following Up ‘Salad Days’

Twenty minutes before he’s due to take our call, Mac DeMarco hears an unexpected knock on the door of his house in Far Rockaway...

Albert Hammond Jr Interview: On ‘Momentary Masters’, Overcoming Addiction And The Strokes’ Future

In London’s Covent Garden, Strokes guitarist/keyboard player Albert Hammond Jr sighs and says: “It’s terrible. Half of you almost wishes the band was over,...

Slaves Interview: On Breaking The Top 10, Sleaford Mods And Shutting Down Glastonbury

It’s Saturday night at Glastonbury, which means the Shangri-La field is thronged with revellers looking to make the most of their last big night...
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