Mystery Jets – ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ review: a timely plea for compassion and kindness

On their sixth album, the Jets find a voice which sets them on a whole new path...

Empress Of – ‘I’m Your Empress Of’ review: electro-pop alchemy turns heartbreak into club-ready bangers

Early on in Empress Of’s third album there’s a guest spot from her Mum. “You want to make yourself the woman that nobody is...

‘Devs’ review: Alex Garland’s Kubrickian thriller is a mind-boggling look at the dark side of tech

The man behind visceral sci-fi dramas 'Ex Machina' and 'Annihilation' returns

Yaeji – ‘WHAT WE DREW 우리가 그려왔던’ review: a dazzling genre-blurring tribute full of communal spirit

Korean-American producer's new mixtape expands and elevates her intricate electronic sound

Headie One x Fred again – ‘GANG’ review: soul-baring confessions from a major star in ascendance

The drill artist has has made a giant leap towards the acclaim he deserves

Purity Ring – ‘WOMB’ review: Canadian duo craft finely tuned electronica with seriously dark lyrics

Subtle experiments pay off on Purity Ring's third album – though you may sometimes wish they’d surprise you more

‘Murder Most Foul’, Bob Dylan’s first original song in eight years, is a timely impressionist epic

The NME track review of the master's 17-minute song about the assassination of JFK