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Robert Pattinson On Twilight, Trolls, James Dean And Moving On From Teen Stardom – NME Cover Feature

The Twilight saga made a teen idol of Robert Pattinson, who’s been at pains to prove his indie cred ever since. His latest film...

Rudimental Interview: On Their New Album, Getting Pranked By Ed Sheeran And Becoming The UK’s Biggest Party Band

Thanks to their joyous live shows, east London boys Rudimental have become the UK’s biggest party band. With second album ‘We The Generation’ poised...

Lost In Space – Behind The Scenes Of ‘The Martian’ With Matt Damon And Ridley Scott

There’s loneliness, and there’s being the sole inhabitant of a red rock 200 million kilometres from Earth, as Matt Damon discovers in Ridley Scott’s...

Jeremy Corbyn – 20 Things You Need To Know About The Radical New Labour Leader

Jeremy Corbyn has been leader of the Labour party for more than a week now. There have been ups, downs and displays of mass...

Rihanna Exclusive Interview: ‘I Break The Rules Even When I Don’t Intend To’

She’s the first artist to shift 100m digital singles; Vogue calls her the world’s most exciting fashion muse; in music, her varied collaborators are...

Chvrches Interview: On ‘Every Open Eye’, Taylor Swift And Being ‘An Emo Band In Disguise’

Chvrches often describe themselves as “a band born on the internet”, who wouldn’t be where they are today without the blog buzz that launched...

‘This Is England ’90’: Behind The Scenes On The Long-Awaited New Series

Shane Meadows' raucous coming-of-age drama returns to Channel 4 for a fourth – and possibly final – instalment on Sunday. Sam Rowe ventures on-set...

Inside John Lennon, Keith Moon And Alice Cooper’s Legendary Hollywood Drinking Club

Alice Cooper’s new ‘Hollywood Vampires’ album features the sort of cast only he could put together: Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Slash, AC/DC’s Brian Johnson,...

The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach Opens Up About The Arcs, The ‘Dwindling’ Music Industry And Emails From Obama

A classic motorcycle enthusiast, habitual wearer of artfully broken-in leather jackets and with a face that hints at Ryan Gosling after a big night...

10 Years On: What Are The Stars Of 2005 Indie Doing Now?

2005 was a boom year for British indie. Inspired by The Strokes, The Libertines and Franz Ferdinand, the revival of sharp-edged, skinny-jeaned guitar music...
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