Stone Roses World Exclusive! – Inside This Week’s NME

The first interview with British film director, Shane Meadows, who spent the entire year of the Roses’ reunion in the inner sanctum of the band filming each moment for his documentary ‘Made Of Stone’.

Inside The Most Insane Tour On Earth

Canadian metal band Cancer Bats are addicted to living on the road, which is why they’ve been on tour non-stop. NME join the raucous rockers for part of the ride. Warning: contains falling ceilings.

Glastonbury Line-Up Revealed
Full line-up as announced so far inside. And NME selects the key bands and acts to see at this year’s festival.

Save Our Small Venues
The search has begun once again for Britain’s best small venue. Kasabian, Peace and Palma Violets make the case for why it’s more important to support them than ever before.

Biffy Clyro get explosive
Will Simon, James and Ben survive the first show of their biggest tour yet? “A gas canister could explode in your face…” Blimey.

King Krule prepares to release album
Could Archie Marshall be the voice of his generation? Join the bright star in his kitchen as he reveals the pressures of life in 2013 and what we can finally expect from him musically.

The Knife, James Blake, Depeche Mode, Paramore, Kurt Vile, Bill Ryder-Jones, They Might Be Giants, Van Dyke Parks and more. PLUS! Live reports from Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats, Gaslight Anthem/Japandroids, So Solid Crew, Paul Weller/Palma Violets, Icona Pop, Wavves, Polica, The Weeknd and Wide Eyed.

ALSO! ALSO! Interviews with Paul Weller, The National, Angelos Epithemiou, Wolf Alice, Goat, Justin from The Vaccines and Har Mar Superstar takes the Braincells test. PLUS! What’s next for the members of My Chemical Romance? AND! One NME journalist spends 24 hours watching the best rockumentaries ever.

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