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From The Who to Beyoncé, quarantine has given the live album a new lease of life

From The Who to Beyoncé, quarantine has given a new lease of life to the live album

Biffy Clyro: “Boris Johnson is a heinous lump of beef”

“The NHS should be untouchable now for generations and generations"

Judgement Day: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 10 best movies

Arnie's here to banish those lockdown blues

Interactive TV is the best way to control your own destiny during lockdown

At a time when we can't go where we want, why not have an adventure on telly?

Arlo Parks: Creator of the year’s most devastating song

The fast-rising Londoner’s latest effort is a candid, stunning portrait of the darkness of depression

‘Urban exploration’ is the best video game genre that doesn’t exist yet

Want the excitement of urban exploration without the trespassing fines? We need more UrbEx video games

Mark Lanegan: “My former bandmates were lucky to have me”

The grunge survivor on his scorching new memoir, hanging out with Kurt Cobain and, of course, that feud with Liam Gallagher

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Martyn Ware, Heaven 17

Martyn Ware of Heaven 17 and The Human League takes on music's toughest quiz – on his own life!

‘The Witcher 3’ is a phenomenal detective sim, and here’s why

On the game’s fifth anniversary, we take a look at why Wild Hunt makes for a better detective game than most detective games

Ian Curtis: why the enigmatic Joy Division frontman remains British indie’s greatest unknown pleasure

This piece originally appeared in NME, May 22 2010 Every year, millions of fans shuffle up the Boulevard de Belleville in Paris and chart a...
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