A Goodbye to 'NME''s Print Edition, Which Shaped Generations of Music Fans
Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.
Don't Apologize Quincy Jones, You Living Legend
Giving two of the best interviews in recent memory is nothing to be sorry about??
The Buzz for Arctic Monkeys' Live Comeback Reminds Us That They're Timeless
Whatever you say about them, the band's slew of festival dates is a reason to get nostalgic for the past and excited for right now.
Covers by Lorde and St. Vincent Provide Deeper Connections to Artists I Love
There's something magic about seeing a musician you love put their stamp on a piece of music by someone else.
Taylor Swift Sold a Million Copies of an Album That Didn’t Need Hits
Figures confirm that 'Reputation' was 2017's best-selling album, but tell another story about the loyalty of Swift's fans.
Charli XCX’s ‘Pop 2’ Subverts Everything About Music for the Masses
The mixtape, exec produced by PC Music's AG Cook, is a masterclass in turning pop on its head.
The "Old Taylor" Isn't Dead If She's Still Holding a Grudge
Only Taylor Swift 1.0 would write "Look What You Made Me Do" about moving on but fill it with barbed jabs about karma.