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Marvin Gaye review in NME

Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye’s Your The Man was recently reviewed in NME.

The eerie parallels between 1972 and 2019 mean that this timeless, long-shelved record feels especially important...it’s a pleasure to listen to, inviting a new generation to connect with the legendary singer.
— Thomas Hobbs, NME


Crows at NME

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Crows interviewed at NME.

Crows’ long-awaited debut album drags them out of the darkness.
— NME

Paul Smith at NME

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Paul Smith interview at NME.

In Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?!, we quiz a grizzled artist on their own career to see how much they can remember – and find out if the booze, loud music and/or tour sweeties has knocked the knowledge out of them. This week: Maxïmo Park frontman Paul Smith.
— NME

Fontaines DC at NME

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Fontaines D.C. debut album announced at NME.

Set for release on April 12, the debut album sees the Dublin punks on ferocious form after being included as one of NME’s 100 essential acts for 2019.
— NME

IDLES at NME

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IDLES talk about the Brit Award Nomination and more at NME.

IDLES frontman Joe Talbot has spoken of the “magical” and “fucking stunning” surprise of being nominated for a BRIT Award, as well as progress on their upcoming third album.
— NME

Fontaines DC at NME

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Fontaines DC interview and feature at NME.

Fontaines D.C. are the surrealist punks soundtracking an anxious generation.
— NME

Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at NME

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Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at NME.

For World Mental Health Day, Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam‘s Pete Dixon has penned an emotional essay for NME about masculinity and mental health, reflecting on his own past suicide attempt.
— NME

Idles at NME

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Idles on Jools Holland ‘Best Moments’ at NME

Cacophonous and chaotic, batshit but brilliant, it was a run-through of pro-immigration anthem ‘Danny Nedelko’ that felt like history in the making.
— NME

IDLES at NME

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IDLES new album ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’ - 5 star review at NME

The fun punks’ second album is an instant classic, one that people will turn to in times of need for years to come.
— NME

Paul Smith news at NME

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Paul Smith new solo album - news at NME

Maxïmo Park‘s Paul Smith has announced a new solo album titled ‘Diagrams’ marking his fourth LP as a solo artist.
— NME

Johnny Borrell track premiere at NME

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Johnny Borrell new solo track ‘My World, Your Life’ premiere at NME

Taking in West African, South American, Celtic, Basque and British influences, the sound is what Borrell calls “Atlantic music, influenced by both Atlantic coasts”.
— NME

The Get Up Kids at NME

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The Get Up Kids new EP review at NME

The Get Up Kids have announced new material – their first for seven years – in the form of a new EP and cracking new single ‘Maybe’.
— NME

Gomez previously unreleased track on NME

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Gomez have unveiled the previously unreleased track ‘Collapse’ on NME

To celebrate the upcoming reissue and tour for the 20th anniversary of their seminal album ‘Bring It On‘, Gomez have unveiled the previously unreleased track ‘Collapse’.
— NME

Gomez debut album reissue at NME

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Gomez reissue debut album to mark 20th anniversary - news at NME

The four CD collection will be released on April 18, and features a remastered version of the record, along with 35 previously unreleased tracks including rare demos, BBC sessions and a recording of their Glastonbury set in 1998.
— NME

Sex Pistols interview in NME

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Sex Pistols interview in NME.

Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones on ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’, reunions and John Lydon’s Trump comments.
— NME

Placebo interview with NME

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Placebo discuss the impact of David Bowie’s death - interview with NME.

Placebo have spoken out about the impact of losing ‘friend and mentor’ David Bowie, and how it has shaped progress on their new album – which they say will be a dramatic departure for the band.
— NME

Sex Pistols album reissue at NME

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Deluxe edition of Sex Pistols’ ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ to be reissued for 40th anniversary on NME

The box set will include three CDs, including the original album with b-sides from 1977, a disc of outtakes and a disc of live material, also recorded in 1977.
— NME