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The Murder Capital at NME

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The Murder Capital at NME

Every corner of the punk landscape is explored on this rich, emotional debut album from the Dublin five-piece.
— NME

Fontaines DC at NME

Credit Molly Keane

Credit Molly Keane

Fontaines DC at NME

Fontaines DC’s seething Glastonbury set was a healing balm for a fractured society (and fucking good fun).
— NME

Idles at NME

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Idles news at NME

IDLES announce their biggest UK tour to date – including huge Alexandra Palace show.
— NME

LIFE at NME

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LIFE at NME

Hull punks LIFE share new single ‘Hollow Thing’, detail upcoming album ‘A Picture Of Good Health’.
— NME

Fontaines D.C at NME

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Fontaines D.C at NME

The Irish troubadours come good on a debut album that offers both a storyteller’s narrative voice and a snarling new vision of youthful disillusionment.
— NME

Swim Deep at NME

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Swim Deep at NME

Swim Deep have released their comeback single ‘To Feel Good’, as well as confirming details of their anticipated third album.
— NME

Charly Bliss at NME

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Charly Bliss featured at NME

They’ve made an album that turns negativity into something completely the opposite; a radiant beacon of positivity that encourages listeners to take strength from it and become their own heroes.
— NME

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