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Soundtrack Of My Life: Twiggy

The song I wish I’d written The Beatles – ‘Yesterday’ “It’s a perfect song and it never dates. It’s got…

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24kGoldn: Bay Area rap sensation with fan in Yungblud

24kGoldn: Bay Area rap sensation with fan in Yungblud

“When your real name is Golden, you’re surely destined for the stars. Little surprise, then, that 24kGoldn is having a…

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Soundtrack Of My Life: Alessia Cara

The first song I can remember hearing Oscar the Grouch – ‘I Love Trash’ “When I was two years old,…

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Scott Hutchison’s brother and bandmate Grant reflects on a year of their Tiny Changes mental health charity

Scott Hutchison’s brother and bandmate Grant reflects on a year of their Tiny Changes mental health charity

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Scott Hutchison’s brother and Frightened Rabbit bandmate Grant has spoken about the work of…

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Circa Waves on surprise new EP ‘Sadder Happier’: “I was quite pissed off when I wrote these songs”

Circa Waves on surprise new EP ‘Sadder Happier’: “I was quite pissed off when I wrote these songs”

“It’s quite an angry EP,” says Kieran Shudall, considering Circa Waves’ surprise new five-track release ‘Sadder Happier’. “Evidently I was…

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Sparks tell us about working with Adam Driver and “coming from a different realm of pop”

Sparks tell us about working with Adam Driver and “coming from a different realm of pop”

More than 50 years into a career that has seen them turn their Midas touch to everything from operatic glam-rock…

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Sleaford Mods: “I apologise for making fun of NME in our song”

Sleaford Mods: “I apologise for making fun of NME in our song”

Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated? Sleaford Mods do: the Nottingham spoken-word punk duo – producer Andrew Fearn and…

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Public Practice: NYC disco-punks’ boredom-busting debut is where Blondie meets B-52’s

Public Practice: NYC disco-punks’ boredom-busting debut is where Blondie meets B-52’s

The release of your debut album should be a big, exciting thing that you can go out and commemorate however…

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Ian Curtis: why the enigmatic Joy Division frontman remains British indie’s greatest unknown pleasure

Ian Curtis: why the enigmatic Joy Division frontman remains British indie’s greatest unknown pleasure

This piece originally appeared in NME, May 22 2010 Every year, millions of fans shuffle up the Boulevard de Belleville…

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Sweet Whirl: Carole King and Jack Kerouac meet Beach House, as a Melbourne singer-songwriter turns to the world

Sweet Whirl: Carole King and Jack Kerouac meet Beach House, as a Melbourne singer-songwriter turns to the world

Sweet Whirl’s Esther Edquist never minded being the centre of a room – provided it wasn’t one she was expected…

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