Liam Gallagher's band Beady Eye made their debut single 'Bring The Light' available as a free download on Wednesday morning. Listen to the track and have your say at NME.COM/blogs.
Lady Gaga was apparently annoyed at MTV EMA host Eva Longoria after she came onstage at the Madrid ceremony on Sunday night dressed in a giant ham costume – a nod to Gaga's famed meat dress. The Daily Mirror quotes GaGa as quipping: "Why can't she stop stealing my ideas?"
Shaun Ryder is to take part in this year's series of 'I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!'. The series starts on Sunday (November 14), at 9pm (GMT) on ITV1. Linford Christie, Gail Porter and Lembit Opik are among the other contestants.
Trash Talk brought the second and final day of the NME Weekender to a raucous close on November 6th with a blood-soaked show. Heartbreaks, Chapel Club and British Sea Power also played the event at Pontins holiday camp in Camber Sands.
My Chemical Romance have hinted that 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' may be their "last big adventure". Speaking to the Sunday Times, frontman Gerard Way admitted that band scrapped a first attempt at the record after deciding to be "extremely brutal" about which material to include.
Pulp have announced that they are reforming to play gigs next year. The Sheffield band, who last played in December 2002, will headline Barcelona's Primavera Sound Festival on May 27 and the Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park on July 3.
Rihanna's new single 'Only Girl (In The World)' looks set to hold off Take That's 'The Flood' at the top of the UK singles chart on Sunday (November 14), according to official midweek figures.
Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis has unveiled what he called the "best solar power system in the country", fixed on the top of Worthy Farm's cowshed. Although they will power Worthy Farm, the panels can generate enough electricity to power the equivalent of 40 homes annually, reports The Guardian.
Paramore's Hayley Williams has described how close the band came to splitting during the recording of their most recent album, 2009's 'Brand New Eyes'. Williams, who was dating the band's guitarist Josh Farro until 2007, told The Guardian that she found the album "embarrassing" to write following the split.
The Doors' Jim Morrison could finally be set for a posthumous pardon over a conviction of indecent exposure. As TheHill.com reports, outgoing Florida governor Charlie Crist has promised to revisit the case after fans of the singer launched a petition back in 2007.
Lily Allen was treated in hospital for septicaemia this week, days after miscarrying a baby for the second time. The singer is "responding well" to treatment for the bacterial infection of the blood after being taken to hospital in an ambulance.
Mark Ronson has said that a track he submitted for an inclusion on a forthcoming new Michael Jackson album "definitely" features the King of Pop's vocals. Next month sees the release of 'Michael', an LP of unreleased Jackson material, but some members of the late singer's estate have suggested there are faked vocals on some tracks.
Coldplay are set to play two UK gigs next month for homelessness charity Crisis. The band will play a show in Liverpool on December 19, then in Newcastle on December 20, both at currently unnamed but reportedly "intimate" venues. Tickets became available via Crisis.org.uk from 2pm today (November 12)
Jack White has hinted that he and his bandmate Meg are planning to record new White Stripes material soon. The duo haven't released an album together since 2007's 'Icky Thump' but White told Vanity Fair magazine that the time could be right for more White Stripes material soon.
Creation Records mastermind Alan McGee thinks Oasis will reform in "four or five years". McGee, who signed Oasis to the now-defunct label in 1993, said that he thinks the Gallagher brothers will reconcile their differences despite the huge rift that caused the band's split last year.
The grave of the late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray has been vandalised. Statues of a gargoyle and a Buddah were taken from the site where Gray is buried. The band are now appealing to the public in the hope that the items will be returned.
Kanye West said he thinks Coldplay will be seen as better than The Beatles. The rapper said of Chris Martin "He is on the same level as John Lennon.". He also said, "In 30 years, when Coldplay are old men, people will look back and say, 'These guys were more talented than The Beatles."