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From the archive: March 1996, NME meets Keith Flint on the ‘Firestarter’ set – and witnesses the birth of an icon

The Prodigy, those Beztastic cartoon ravers with the bonkers tune and child-scaring hairdos, are mutating! Yup, they are evolving, gulp, into a scary fire-snorting...

From the Vault – Siamese Animal Men: NME goes to Bangkok with Manic Street Preachers

On our first evening in the boiling, stagnant sauna that is Bangkok in its hottest month, we join three of the Manics for a...

The Strokes Uncovered – Their First NME Feature

NME HQ. January 2001, mid- winter, days have shrunk to the length of a depressive sigh. In a far flung corner, a sub editor...

From the archive: Arctic Monkeys talk ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’ and life behind the mask in 2007

This week, Arctic Monkeys release their sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino‘. To celebrate, relive the band’s first NME interview proper from when...

From The NME Archive: Drake Talks Sex Tapes, FIFA and Dalston Nights Out

As Drake prepares to release his new album 'Views From The 6', we root through the archive to remember what the Toronto Rapper was...

From The Archive: Tyler, The Creator On Odd Future, Controversy And Rebellion

With Odd Future lynchpin Tyler, The Creator tweeting that the collective are "no more", take a look back at the outspoken rapper's first NME...

The Prodigy Interview: On Anger, The Election And Why Electronic Music’s “Not Good Enough Anymore”

"Look, if you ask for the angry, shouty, gurney man, you’re probably not going to get him.” It’s mid-April 2015, and round the back...

An Editor’s Letter From The NME Archive: The Booking Of The Beatles And The ‘Insignificant’ Rolling Stones

It's unlikely you'd describe The Rolling Stones as an "insignificant group" nowadays, isn't it? But the folks at The SSE Arena (formerly Wembley Arena)...

From The NME Archive: Interview With The Child Of Lov

In February 2013 Cole Williams won the NME Radar Award for his The Child Of Lov musical project. NME writer Barry Nicolson was one...

Watch Peter Hook delve into Joy Division’s history in the NME archives

Bassist also talks about how he aspired to be in the magazine as much as appearing on Top Of The Pops

Beastie Boys: Read A Classic NME Interview From 1988

Here's a look back at a memorable Beastie Boys encounter from the NME archive. Johnny Dee met the band in Japan during their world...

The People Versus Muse – NME Archive

Filmed back in 2006, around the time of 'Supermassive Black Hole', we submit readers' questions to Muse. On the agenda? The band's evolving sound,...

Coldplay: We Might Call Our Album ‘Yellow’ – NME Archive

Filmed during their NME Awards Tour dates in 2000 (when they were first on the bill before, er, Campag Velocet), a fresh-faced Coldplay discuss...

Muse Go Supermassive – NME Archive

On the eve of the release of 'Black Holes And Revelations' in 2006, Muse discuss the epic gestation of their most ambitious and complex...

Read Nirvana’s First NME Cover Feature From 1991

Nirvana. You probably barely recognise the name. Yet, by the time this page is ink on your fingertips, Nirvana will have sold 1,000,000 copies...

From The Archive: The Libertines Reunion

We talk to Pete Doherty, Carl Barat, Gary Powell and John Hassall exclusively about reforming The Libertines and playing 2010's Reading & Leeds festivals.

Blur Reunited – NME Archive

Back in December 2008 Blur announced plans for a summer of giant reunion gigs via this exclusive NME video interview.

NME Archives: Noel And Liam Gallagher Interview

In this classic interview from the NME archives, we talk to Oasis band members Noel, Liam, Gem and Andy ahead of the release of...
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