A Certain Ratio’s Martin Moscrop remembers Denise Johnson: “Her voice should comfort in these times”

"If we had more people like Denise in this world, we wouldn’t be in the state that we’re in"

‘I’ll be back?’ Have we seen the end of the ‘Terminator’ franchise for good?

These days, the cyber threat is in our phones, on our timelines. One almighty cyborg superpower doesn’t hold quite the same reflex terror as it once did

Lana Del Rey’s new poetry audiobook ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass’ – the big talking points

The musician's first spoken-word release has arrived. Here's what you need to know

The big movies of summer 2021: Why Hollywood is pinning everything on the most crowded blockbuster season ever

Covid-19 has meant that sure-fire hits now look like gambles, and an overcrowded field of crowd-pleasers are fighting for space in a bumper release schedule

A tribute to NME legend Dan Martin, who always found the last place to dance

The well-loved writer has died at the age of 41. RIP

The Xbox Games Showcase proves that exclusivity wars are far from over

Microsoft’s exhibition was seriously impressive, but it also showed that Xbox might be pivoting away from past ambitions

How Taylor Swift’s new album ‘Folklore’, inspired by The National, made dad-rock cool again

Heading out into the wilderness, Tay's given us her twist on the sub-genre

Taylor Swift: every single album ranked and rated

Surprise new album 'Folklore' just dropped. Let's take a trip down memory lane...

The Afrobeats Chart is a step forward, but risks turning the term into the new ‘Urban”

The inaugural Afrobeats Chart this week it problematically conflates the genre with afro-swing