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Every Libertines song ranked in order of greatness

Listening to every song The Libertines have recorded (so far) makes you realise that they have been, since forming in 1997, three different bands....

Omar Apollo is the funked-up icon perfect for Gen Z’s genre-hopping personality

Omar Apollo has a song called ‘Ashamed’ and it’s an absolute revelation. It starts off with a tight guitar squeal and blossoms into a...

Greg Cochrane’s Podcasts For The People – our brand new podcast recommender, with input from YOU

There’s a vast universe of podcasts out there. From DIY bedroom audio blogs to mega-budget documentaries. Podcasting is having a moment – 15 years...

Big Little Lies season 2 episode 7 finale review: A strong end to a slightly inessential season

Well, it's been a curious second season of Big Little Lies, which often felt more like an epilogue than a sequel. Events sometimes felt...

‘Peaky Blinders’ season 5 exclusive: Anna Calvi has written the musical score for new series

Anna Calvi has written the musical score for the upcoming new season of Peaky Blinders, NME can exclusively reveal. Peaky Blinders series five will receive...

How to live like Grimes – a guide to her training regime

Still no sign of that new Grimes album ‘Miss Anthropocene’ - but at least we know why she might be lacking in spare time...

Meet Lil Miquela, the real life Ashley O

On the surface, Lil Miquela seems like your typical rising musician-cum-social media star. Her Instagram feed is a mix of photos of herself in...

Exclusive – Skepta on A$AP Rocky arrest: “They’ll make an example out of us black artists”

After the recent release of his stellar fifth studio album, 'Ignorance Is Bliss', Skepta has been keeping himself busy on the festival circuit. We find him...

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Perry Farrell, Jane’s Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder

1: What gift did you give Tony Blair in 2007? “It wasn’t a gift – it was an oration. I gave a speech at...

Toronto’s MorMor makes psychedelic R&B that could soundtrack David Lynch’s most surreal moments

To listen to MorMor’s unique brand of psychedelic pop is to escape into a trippy world filled with soothing synths and delicate introspection. Yet...
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