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He is currently causing a stir with his latest movie Spring Breakers. Back in 2007 we spent time with Harmony Korine before the release of Mister Lonely...

TNS is 10: Interview - Harmony Korine

He is currently causing a stir with his latest movie Spring Breakers. Back in 2007 we spent time with Harmony Korine before the release of Mister Lonely...

Ash have always been one of Britain’s best rock bands and since their chronologically confused debut album ‘1977’ was released in 1996 they have been at the forefront of the Brit-rock pack. Riding the initial ‘Britpop’ tag with a musical style spattered with power-pop, punk, grunge and hard rock they have constantly developed, winning hearts and minds, on the way to the top with a bevy of catchy and epic hits on a handful of Top 20 albums.

Interview: Forward Russia

Ash have always been one of Britain’s best rock bands and since their chronologically confused debut album ‘1977’ was released in 1996 they have been at the forefront of the Brit-rock pack. Riding the initial ‘Britpop’ tag with a musical style spattered with power-pop, punk, grunge and hard rock they have constantly developed, winning hearts and minds, on the way to the top with a bevy of catchy and epic hits on a handful of Top 20 albums.

Ash have always been one of Britain’s best rock bands and since their chronologically confused debut album ‘1977’ was released in 1996 they have been at the forefront of the Brit-rock pack. Riding the initial ‘Britpop’ tag with a musical style spattered with power-pop, punk, grunge and hard rock they have constantly developed, winning hearts and minds, on the way to the top with a bevy of catchy and epic hits on a handful of Top 20 albums.

Interview: The Pipettes

Ash have always been one of Britain’s best rock bands and since their chronologically confused debut album ‘1977’ was released in 1996 they have been at the forefront of the Brit-rock pack. Riding the initial ‘Britpop’ tag with a musical style spattered with power-pop, punk, grunge and hard rock they have constantly developed, winning hearts and minds, on the way to the top with a bevy of catchy and epic hits on a handful of Top 20 albums.

Ex-Arab Strapper Malcolm Middleton described listening to his first album as being ‘quite harrowing’. His new album, released on February 26, is called A Brighter Beat, and Malcolm describes the song, of the same name, as being 'up tempo with quite poppy music.' But, then, the first track is still called 'We're all going to die.'

Interview: Malcolm Middleton

Ex-Arab Strapper Malcolm Middleton described listening to his first album as being ‘quite harrowing’. His new album, released on February 26, is called A Brighter Beat, and Malcolm describes the song, of the same name, as being 'up tempo with quite poppy music.' But, then, the first track is still called 'We're all going to die.'

Wolfmother are a stomping, growling heavy rock band that have been taking Australia by storm with their resonant classic sound, and have been touring their eponymous EP across the UK, through February and March.

Interview: Wolfmother

Wolfmother are a stomping, growling heavy rock band that have been taking Australia by storm with their resonant classic sound, and have been touring their eponymous EP across the UK, through February and March.

The View are riding the NME Rock Tour around the country and they’re riding it hard. The band has built up a reputation for hell raising and, ironically, the band has been barred from the Bayview pub in Dundee from which they take their name.

Interview: The View

The View are riding the NME Rock Tour around the country and they’re riding it hard. The band has built up a reputation for hell raising and, ironically, the band has been barred from the Bayview pub in Dundee from which they take their name.

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