Look closely, that's actually The Long Blondes in there. They're back, they've gone disco (among other things), and they spoke to NME this week. Grab the mag to find out which one considers themselves the scapegoat, and which the idiot savant. Pic: Danny North
Find out how getting seriously ill inspired Spiritualized's Jason Pierce's new album 'Songs In A&E' in the mag this week. Pic: Andy Fallon
Panic At The Disco dropped a cover of The Band's classic 'The Weight' at their Nottingham Rock City show. Read the full review, alongside reports from The Black Keys in London and The Twilight Sad in Edinburgh in NME, out today. Pic: James Quinton
If you hadn't heard the news, REM are back on top form. Not content with releasing their best album in over a decade, 'Accelerate', last month, they also took over London's Royal Albert Hall, and we were there down the front. Pic: Andy Willsher
The Sonics play London's Forum, London last month. Read The Horrors' exclusive reviews, and hear news of a possible future collaboration in this week's NME. Pic: Tom Oxley
Garage-rock legends The Sonics hit London for their first show ever last month, and The Horrors were there to support them, and then review their show for this week's NME. Pic: Tom Oxley
The NME Radar section brings you another weekly dose of new music, this time there's digi-pop mania from Hearts Revolution (pictured), electro-punk thrills from Dead Kids, and post-Klaxons majesty courtesy of Magistrates. Pic:Tom Oxley
The Killers have been announced as one of the headliners for Reading and Leeds, and we spoke to Brandon (naked) about their plans for the festival and the new album. Pic: Andy Fallon
Vomiting, body-painting, and missing support bands are all in a night's work for Be Your Own Pet, caught live in NME this week at Sheffield's Leadmill. Pic: James Quinton
This man is nu-folk pioneer Adem, who has recently released a covers album. However, his reworkings are a little different from the myriad "horrible versions" out there. Find out why he's being touted as the anti-Mark Ronson in NME this week. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Raconteurs rush-released their new album, 'Consolers Of The Lonely', last week. Check out this week's mag for the full NME verdict.
Glasvegas' James Allan chats to us in News about his life as a football pro, which started with Falkirk FC in 1999. Pic: Danny North
What exactly do Madonna, Graham Coxon's Telecaster, and the New Testament have to do with the Courteeners' debut album? You'll have to buy NME and check the review section to find out. Pic: Mark Eilbeck
Gnarls Barkley's new album 'The Odd Couple' is released this week. Find out how Marvin Gaye, George Clinton, and Jesus Christ Superstar have influenced the sound in NME's Albums section this week.
As Reading And Leeds Festivals announce one of the best line-ups of the summer, we rounded up a selection of the characters playing to find out their plans. Head to www.nme.com/gigs to get your hands on some tickets.
Peter Robinson interrupted The Teenagers' Quentin Delafon during his 4pm lunch last week to talk about destroying Oxford Street and kids on buses.
Check out the back page of the magazine for a full-page glossy reproduction of our tribute issue shortly after the tragic death of Kurt Cobain in 1994.
This week's new NME has the full lowdown on the summer's Reading And Leeds Festivals. The Killers, The Enemy, The Cribs, The Wombats, Babyshambles and loads more tell us about their plans for August.