Music Interviews

Scowl: hardcore’s hottest breakout band reflect on their whirlwind year

With fans in Hayley Williams and Post Malone, the Santa Cruz rockers have blazed a defiant trail through West Coast hardcore

Stanley Donwood on new exhibition, working with Radiohead and making art for Glastonbury

The artist – who has made all Radiohead and Thom Yorke artwork since 1994 – tells us about his new exhibition ‘Sacred Cartography’, and his hopes for the future of the band

Skaiwater: Lil Nas X tourmate has the scope and ambition of an EDM pioneer

The Nottingham-raised artist on working with Lil Uzi Vert, the influence of Jersey club music and keeping it DIY

Cucamaras: hometown heroes breathing new life into Nottingham’s indie scene

NME heads to Nottingham Forest's City Ground to watch the footy and the fireworks with local lads done good, Cucamaras

Sudan Archives: a generational talent fully blooms

The LA-based musician’s second album ‘Natural Brown Prom Queen’ is a dynamic combination of her skills as a violinist and pop songwriter.

Fousheé: explosive and futuristic punk sounds from a true original

With an excellent new project and a host of Steve Lacy support slots to her name, the New Jersey artist is on the verge of lift-off

Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth tells us about 2023 ‘Remain In Love’ tour

Ahead of their UK in conversation tour, the art-rock icons open up about feminism, working with David Byrne and Phil Spector, and the chances of a Talking Heads reunion

Internet guitar sensation Sophie Lloyd talks Iron Maiden-inspired single and touring with Machine Gun Kelly

The guitar star told NME about debut album 'Imposter Syndrome': “I want to show people that rock music is fucking amazing”

Alfie Templeman shows us around London’s newest music venues at Outernet

Behind the scenes of the capital's new music and culture space

QOTSA’s Michael Shuman on new project GLU: “There are no rules, there are no boundaries”

As he shares new single ‘NIGHT SHIFT’, Shuman told NME about taking influence from Damon Albarn, working with Miles Kane and paying respect to hip-hop
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