With every issue – an exclusive CD “My Word, That Was Fun”. Howler, Spector, Tim Burgess, Mystery Jets, Tribes and more do their own take on all the album tracks and talk about their choices.
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Another rockstar meets his hero. Simon Neil has “God Only Knows What I’d Be Without You” tattoo’d across his torso. So naturally NME got him to flash his tat at the bemused Beach Boy and ask Brian what he thinks: “Biffy who?”
This week’s Radar stars are the hottest new band from Glasgow. Don’t worry, that’s not a typo. That’s just how they do.
Now you’ve all got your tickets (commiserations, all who don’t… it’s on the telly though!) it’s time to get all your questions answered. NME get festival Queen of the farm, Emily Eavis on the phone to talk Glastonbury 2013.
NME get our investigation face on to try and get to the bottom of this Deathgrips album story. Not only did they try to cheat their label, they have a penis on their album cover. (Insert ‘Go Hard’ joke here)
Not only is new NME favourite Jake Bugg releasing his debut album, the awesome Bat For Lashes is finally bestowing her third record upon the world. Who gets the highest score? All is revealed.
The Death Cab For Cutie frontman tells us all about himself in Pieces Of Me. “It’s a concept record about pornography”… what on earth is he talking about?
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