Kendrick Lamar: Kind Of A Big Deal



    Surfing the acclaim for his history-making third album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’, hip-hop maverick Lamar discusses his Taylor Swift collab, the hood mindset and reclaiming the N-word.


    The Oxford band run us through every track on their new album ‘What Went Down’. Warning: features the phrase “chordally-speaking” and some ruminations on the “cool melancholy” of airports.


    Ahead of the release of his band’s pop-friendly third album ‘Currents’, The Grand Wizard of Perthadelia – aka Kevin Parker – talks about his Dracula side, the chaos of celebrity and getting lost at Glastonbury.


    With The Killers on hold, drummer Ronnie Vanucci takes NME around his idyllic new California hometown to drink whisky and wine as he spills the beans on the follow-up to Big Talk’s “half horseshit” debut album, Killers rows and what a “damn pretty girl” he’d make.


  • In The Studio – Public Image Ltd
  • Anatomy Of An Album – Michael Head & The Strands, ‘The Magical World Of The Strands’
  • Soundtrack Of My Life – Justin Young, The Vaccines
  • Interviews:
    • Kasabian
    • New Order
    • Savages
    • Okay Kaya
  • Album Reviews:
    • Albert Hammond Jr
    • Four Tet
    • Neil Young
    • Ducktails
    • Hyde & Beast
    • Field Music
    • Evvol
    • Strange Wilds
    • Jodie Marie
    • The School
    • Julio Bashmore
    • Creeping Pink
    • Holy Esque
    • Rat Columns
    • Mr. Jones
    • FILM: The Ecstasy Of Wilko Johnson
    • FILM: Best Of Enemies
    • FILM: 13 Minutes
    • FILM: Ant-Man
    • FILM: The Redemption Of The Devil
  • Caught Live:
    • Bjork
    • Calling Festival
    • AC/DC
    • The Jesus And Mary Chain
    • Alden Penner & Michael Cera
    • Open’er Festival