Late Of The Pier's Samuel Eastgate launches himself into the eager clutches of fans during a typically raucous live set. The Nottingham band were unveiled in News in NME this week as one of 37 bands named to play the Festival Republic Stage at this yearâ
The Kooks' frontman Luke Pritchard reveals his musical top picks, including Scarlett Johansson and the Kaisers, in the My Music section of NME, out in the UK today. For the full list check out the issue.
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Carl Barat of Dirty Pretty Things during the first ever 'basement session' in NME's HQ for NME Radio last week. We caught up with the band for News in the new issue of NME. Watch an interview and footage of the band during their live session now at NME.COM/VIDEO.
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James Petralli of White Denim, Texas' finest new trio, onstage at Audio in Brighton on June 30. Read about the caustic chaos of Denim's captivating live show in Live! in this week's NME, dated July 12.
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Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil. Find out if the band's new best-of album 'Singles 2001-2005' is any cop with our review in Albums in NME, dated July 12. The Scots rockers perform various festivals throughout Europe this summer including T In The Park, Reading and Leeds Festivals and Spain's Summercase.
Tireless Brooklynites The Hold Steady make their return next week with album number four, 'Stay Positive'. Read a full review of the album that we think 'confirms their status as one of the most important rock 'n' roll bands in the world now' in Albums, in the new issue of NME.
Pioneering trip-hopper Tricky soared to fame in the mid-'90s with debut album 'Maxinquaye' before vanishing off the face off the planetâ
CSS talk candidly about their difficult last year in interview in the new NME, dated July 12: "I thought I was going insane. I couldn't leave the house," reveals drummer/guitarist Luiza da Silva e SÃ¡.
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Soul-infused psyche-dance quartet Magistrates are the focus of Radar in NME this week. Touted as the next Klaxons, the Essex-based foursome release debut single 'Make This Work' on August 4. Watch the video to it now in the NME.COM Media Player and catch the band live at the forthcoming Latitude and Field Day Festivals.
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Anglo-Argentinean disco duo, Heartbreak, are the focus of Radar in this weekâ
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Thom Yorke feels the love onstage at Radiohead's mammoth summer gig in Londonâ
We answer the key questions that came out of this year's Glastonbury Festival - with a little help from Crystal Castles, Emily Eavis and The Last Shadow Puppets, in News this week. Read more in the new edition of NME, out today.
In 12 Steps in the new edition of NME we trawl the mystical connections that bind White Stripes indie entrepreneur Jack White to '60s wild child Marianne Faithfull and trouser snake tunesmith Justin Timberlake. Get the bizarre proof that everything is connected in the back of the new issue of NME.
NME hails iconic indie label Sub Pop as it turns 20 in this weekâ
In Radar we interview dark and toxic trio Salem. The Michigan-based, dubstep-influenced electro rockers cite the gloomier recesses of human nature as inspiration, explaining "a world of violence and abuse is what we see, so it's what we write".
Silver-clad siren, Lovefoxxx of CSS, graces the cover of this week's NME. Inside the issue the Brazilians reveal the trauma behind their hugely-anticipated second album, Kings Of Leon explain that they're getting boozy on their forthcoming fourth record, and we review The Hold Steady#s amazing new album.