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Lady Gaga feat BLACKPINK – 'Sour Candy' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnPn6At3v28 She's hard on the outside but soft on the inside, like a very expensive human Skittle, and Lady Gaga has roped in some new pals to tell you all about it. You imagine...
Ever since that bit in Flashdance when Jennifer Beals gets doused in water mid-way through an oh-so-raunchy chair dance (the chair, of course, being the sexiest of the furniture items – see also: Britney's 'Stronger', Nicki's 'Anaconda'), pop stars...
Haim’s story is a familiar one. Band burst on to scene. Everyone loves band. Debut album is a mega hit! Band succumbs to difficult second album pressure. Buzz around band dwindles. To be fair to the Haim sisters, some serious...
In late 2015, I started working at NME. Aside from a few album reviews and the odd pop-star interview, this was my first proper job in music. I’d spent years as a journalist, editing various online publications and teaching...
In early 2008, I went to my first and only Paramore show. I wasn’t obsessed with the band, but I liked them enough to go along with a friend, largely because very few big gigs happened in my city....
The heat of the summer just on the horizon is a time of almost religious importance for BROCKHAMPTON. The Texas hip-hop collective were born under the blue skies of longer days, and even longer nights. Summer doesn’t start until...
Chances are, at some point in your life, you’ve made a playlist designed with a broken heart in mind. One of the very staples of modern music is the break-up song – some sassy, some celebratory, some wallowing in...
"Fetch the bolt cutters/I've been in here too long" is a lyric that will undoubtedly define the Corona era. When Fiona Apple wrote it, the reclusive star was ready to re-engage with the world after too long spent at...
“Listen to ‘Tommy’ with a candle burning and you will see your entire future,” reads the note that Anita leaves her brother among a stack of vinyl in the film Almost Famous, before she drives off into the sunset.  What...
You know Shame, right? The south-London scrubbers who sing songs about society's ills. Well, in a weird plot-twist, Frank Sinatra's granddaughter, AJ Lambert, has just covered one of their best-known songs, One Rizla. You see they're friends, apparently. We're not...