Music Interviews

Foals on playing Reading & Leeds 2023: “It’s going to be the perfect headline show”

Yannis teases "surprises" for R+L, as well as other 2023 plans, new music and their upcoming US tour with Paramore

Modhaus CEO Jaden Jeong on the future of tripleS subunit Acid Angel from Asia: “You’ll be able to see them again”

The Modhaus CEO and founder spoke to NME about the company's much-discussed 100,000 copies sales quota for subunits and NFT fan-voting system

Leftfield’s Neil Barnes on becoming a therapist: “The more we talk, the better we are”

The dance pioneer told NME about the power of therapy: "It can really work wonders. Give it a chance"

Katie Gregson-Macleod: pop’s next heavyweight is reinventing the power ballad

With humour, heart and a powerhouse vocal, the Scottish artist is on her way to becoming a songwriter for the ages

Big Joanie on representation: “We’ve done everything that a Black punk band can do”

The punks talk to NME about representation for alternative music from POC, and their plans for the future

NAO is “ready to put out a new sound and experiment”

The singer tells NME about getting "back in the game" and her hope for the future

Humour: Glasgow punks are leading a pack of new, restless guitar bands

Improvised lyrics and yowled vocals are specialities of Scottish outfit Humour, whose debut EP is a riot of invention

Bob Vylan want to show others that “rock music is an OK thing for Black people to do”

Speaking of their MOBO nomination, they said: "It does open the door for other people who are creating quote-unquote 'alternative music' or 'rock music' to express themselves and see it as a viable thing"

Eve on motherhood and her career: “Most of the things I do for the future of my son”

The rap legend also spoke of the importance of celebrating people of colour in all music scenes

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz

Which Isle of Wight band have covered Talking Heads’ ‘Psycho Killer’? “Oh, Wet Leg!” CORRECT. “I loved that cover and I adore them. I heard a couple...
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