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This “quantumly generated” app ‘Randonautica’ is a reality game that’s terrifying its players

Here’s how this choose-your-own-adventure reality game has led to some seriously spooky coincidences

LGBTQ+ romcoms are thriving online – so why aren’t the big studios interested?

Released on streaming platforms, 'Dating Amber' and 'The Half Of It' are part of a new wave of queer comedies

Katherine Langford: “Growing up as a fan of fantasy, there weren’t a lot of female role models”

Talking pot plants, Internet trolls and medieval myths with Netflix's favourite young star

The sexism scandal at Burger Records proves that indie music culture needs to be detoxified

If the scene is to truly reckon with its rampant misogyny, it must stamp out abuse from the start

Hak Baker: “Budget cuts and middle class elites are killing London’s working class culture”

The east London-born musician says the community he grew up is starting to disappear

The power of in-store gigs: why new bands need these vital opportunities

Thrilling performances at your local record shop are off for the foreseeable future – and that’s bad news for your new favourite bands

“It feels like cultural degradation”: what corona-closures could mean for live music in the north

There's widespread concern about the impact of the virus. NME meets bands and worried commentators

Host Nick Cannon has rightly been dropped – but ‘Wild ‘n Out’ is a vital hip-hop comedy that needs saving

Media giant ViacomCBS severed ties with the show's presenter last week following anti-Semitic comments he made on his podcast

Watch Remi Wolf play ‘Shawty’ and ‘Woo!’ for NME Home Sessions

Performing from her home in downtown LA

Cancel culture: why Netflix keeps binning popular TV shows

Ratings and critical acclaim couldn't save 'Ozark', 'Dead To Me', 'Dark' or 'Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina'
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