Music Interviews

Music Interviews

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Limahl, Kajagoogoo

Kajagoogoo star Limahl faces music's toughest challenge – on his own life!

Soundtrack Of My Life: Alessia Cara

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and star of new Netflix movie ‘The Willoughbys’

Scott Hutchison’s brother and bandmate Grant reflects on a year of their Tiny Changes mental health charity

"What children and young people can teach us as adults is impossible to learn from anywhere else"

Circa Waves on surprise new EP ‘Sadder Happier’: “I was quite pissed off when I wrote these songs”

Frontman Kieran Shuddall opens up about new music, celebrating success, inspiration, losing loved ones to COVID and life under lockdown.

Sparks tell us about working with Adam Driver and “coming from a different realm of pop”

Art-pop pioneer Russell Mael on Sparks' 24th album 'A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip' and dreams of collaborating with The Weeknd

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!

Sleaford Mods: “I apologise for making fun of NME in our song”

The duo's Jason Williamson on their new compilation album and being nominated for Worst Band at the NME Awards

Public Practice: NYC disco-punks’ boredom-busting debut is where Blondie meets B-52’s

Their debut album 'Gentle Grip' sounds like Blondie and The B-52's on a night out at Studio 54

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...

Sweet Whirl: Carole King and Jack Kerouac meet Beach House, as a Melbourne singer-songwriter turns to the world

Esther Edquist has emerged from a decade of nerves with her true debut: an album of floating piano pop and a sharp tongue
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