Category: Music Interview

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Declan McKenna on working with Sam Fender: “We’ll get in that studio at some point”

When we last spoke to Declan McKenna, he let us in on a secret that could set any indie fan’s…

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Sports Team on playing Reading Festival: “This is our teenage dream – it’s the best feeling in the world”

One year after the campaign for debut album ‘Deep Down Happy’ was derailed by COVID, Sports Team have spent the…

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Bexey: “I want people to know you can do whatever the fuck you want to do”

Romford, east London’s’s own Bexey has championed individuality for his whole life. Rocking long earrings and punk clothing before most…

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Soundtrack Of My Life: Jodie Harsh

The first song I remember hearing Tom Tom Club – ‘Wordy Rappinghood’ “I have a memory of being super young…

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The Bronx on their “big, badass new rock record” and the return of Mariachi El Bronx

The Bronx have spoken to NME about what to expect from their “big, badass new rock record” ‘VI’, and the return…

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Belly talks new album ‘See You Next Wednesday’ and working with The Weeknd

Belly has released his third studio album, ‘See You Next Wednesday’, and has spoken to NME about the John Landis-inspired…

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Graham Coxon tells us about his sci-fi new album ‘Superstate’ and Blur’s next move

Ahead of the release of his ambitious new project, Graham Coxon has spoken to NME about the sci-fi world of…

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The road to Reading & Leeds: Biffy Clyro’s raucous history of the rites-of-passage festival

“Reading & Leeds has always been such an important part of our history as a band,” Biffy Clyro frontman Simon…

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Royal Blood’s Ben Thatcher on the legacy of Charlie Watts: “He put the roll in rock’n’roll”

“I first heard The Rolling Stones when I was really young, around the same time I heard The Beatles. They’re…

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Scruffpuppie: meet the emo-pop prospect signed to Phoebe Bridgers’ new label

Of the many transformative moments that made JJ Shurbet realise that a whirlwind of touring life, addiction, and the pressures…

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