The Horrors are back


  • NMEThe Horrors

    The first comeback interview about fourth album ‘Luminous’ with the notoriously secretive band. Yes, it’s psychedelic. Yes, they wore black. Yes, Faris was moody.

  • NMEThe War On Drugs

    Adam Granduciel had a mental breakdown recording marvellous new album ‘Lost In The Dream’, and he’s not shy about going into great detail about it.

  • NMEMac De Marco

    The Canadian’s second album ‘Salad Days’ is much more introspective than his first. What happened to the fun-loving stoner who wrote 2012’s ‘2’?

  • NMEFrom The Vaults: Jeff Buckley, 1994

    Twenty years ago this week, NME interviewed the man who would go on to become a cult star. Here we find him struggling to fit into the world around him.


  • NMEWhich famous faces were watching Haim at the sisters’ biggest ever UK show?

    Their Brixton Academy show, reviewed

  • NMEWhat’s Courtney Barnett been listening to on the road?
    Our Radar columnist on the new artists she’s lost “days” listening to
  • NMEWhy is Harry Koisser rapping about Bitcoin on the new Peace album?

    Read our In The Studio report…


  • Anatomy Of An Album – Elton John, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’
  • Interviews with:
    • Brody Dalle
    • Tune-Yards
    • Banks
    • Katy B
  • Album reviews:
    • Howler
    • Future Islands
    • Liars
    • Foster The People
    • Tokyo Police Club
    • The Hold Steady
    • Hypnotized
    • Jimi Goodwin
    • Polar Bear
    • We Are Catchers
    • Babe
    • Sabina
    • Golden Retriever
    • The Soft Hills
    • Jesca Hoop
    • Ages & Ages
  • Film review:
    • Svengali
  • Caught live:
    • Disclosure
    • Kelis
    • Jungle
    • Angel Haze
    • Despacio
    • Eagulls
    • Sky Ferreira