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    • Originally posted by NME
      What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
      by Hannah Mylrea
      December 16, 2019
      Words: Will Richards

      On the A List
      KAYTRANADA – ’10%’ feat. Kali Uchis
      The first single from the Canadian producer’s new album ‘Bubba’, ’10%’ is a bubbling funk-pop banger boosted by the silky vocals of Kali Uchis. Complete with a deliciously addictive chorus, it’s further proof of KAYTRANADA’s ability to worm his way onto the dancefloor and drag you with him.

      On the B List
      Theophilus London – ‘Cuba’

      Fresh from his ‘Theo Impala’ collaboration with Tame Impala earlier this year, the US rapper once again swerves towards the dancefloor on ‘Cuba’. “That booty scratching black lad with the black skin / Lil light skin laughed hard at me back then,” he sings, and on this evidence, the best way to move forwards is to dance all night.

      Jon Hopkins & Kelly Lee Owens – ‘Luminous Spaces’
      Two of techno’s finest come together on an adaptation of Hopkins’ 2018 track ‘Luminous Beings’, which is taken to new, euphoric heights courtesy of Owens’ angelic soaring vocals. Put this on at the end of a night and you’ll feel like you’ve transcended.

      MGMT – ‘In The Afternoon’
      Messers VanWyngarden and Goldwasser are back with the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Little Dark Age’ LP, and take you down a creepy, psychedelic road to an unknown destination. The track plays out with enough intrigue, though, that you’re forced to follow them on the journey, and it’s brilliant.

      PVA – ‘Divine Intervention’
      The newest member of the Speedy Wunderground family, PVA are a London trio who get down’n’dirty on LCD Soundsystem-influenced new single ‘Divine Intervention’. Circling around the same repeated synth motif, all manner of post-punk guitar scratches and sung-spoken vocals work to expand their horizons beyond their influences.

      On the C List
      Jay1 – ‘Million Bucks’

      Jay1 returns once more on a track catchy enough to join his contemporaries in arenas and on festival main stages.

      Brooke Bentham – ‘Perform for You’
      Sam Fender’s tourmate previews her debut album ‘Everyday Nothing’ on beautiful, surging new track ‘Perform For You’. Bentham describes the song as “love in the worst way”, but the pain sounds pretty perfect from where we’re standing.

      SASSY 009 – ‘Lara’ feat. Clairo
      Clairo once again proves herself a versatile, intriguing vocalist on this woozy, otherworldly cut from Norwegian trio SASSY 009, which eventually cuts through the fog to reveal a shining chorus half way through.

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      • Baauer, Channel Tres & Danny Brown - Ready To Go video
        Coldplay - Church video
        070 Shake - Under The Moon video
        Stormzy - Audacity (feat. Headie One) video
        Harry Styles - Canyon Moon video
        Hak Baker - PC Plod video
        Sorry - Rock 'N' Roll Star video
        THYLA - December video
        Link Common - Cloud Words video
        North Downs - Nightlife Blues video

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        • Originally posted by NME
          What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
          by Hannah Mylrea
          December 23, 2019

          On the A List
          Baauer, Channel Tres & Danny Brown – ‘Ready To Go’
          First up on the playlist we’ve got the huge new tune from Baauer, Channel Tres & Danny Brown. Featuring Bauuer’s distinctive pounding production, and slick verses from both Channel Tres & Danny Brown, it’s perfect for playing at your New Year’s Eve party when people have had one too many glasses of fizz and need waking up so they don’t sleep through the countdown.

          Coldplay – ‘Church’
          Next up we’ve got ‘Church’, which is taken from the ‘Sunrise’ half of Coldplay’s eighth record ‘Everyday Life’. Filled with pulsating strings, soaring backing vocals and glittering guitar licks, it’s euphoric.

          On the B List
          070 Shake – ‘Under The Moon’
          The new tune from Kanye-endorsed vocalist 070 Shake is an icy slice of emo-flecked hip hop. Taken from the artist’s highly anticipated upcoming debut album ‘Modus Vivendi’, it’s an exciting glimpse of what’s to come.

          Harry Styles – ‘Canyon Moon’
          ‘Canyon Moon’ is a highlight of Harry Styles recent record ‘Fine Line’. Stuffed full of jangling, Fleetwood Mac influenced guitars, sun-drenched vocals and ‘Screamadelica’-indebted instrumentation, it’s hard not to have fun listening to it.

          Stormzy – ‘Audacity’ (feat. Headie One)
          Taken from Stormzy’s outstanding second album ‘Heavy Is The Head’, this team-up with Headie One is a blistering cut, seeing the two artists takedown fake friends and haters over scorching production.

          C List
          Hak Baker – ‘PC Plod’
          Taken off Hak Baker’s ‘Babylon’ mixtape, ‘PC Plod’ is a thumper. With its galloping ska-tinged instrumentals, rapid delivery and politically charged lyrics (that see him detail his past experiences with the police), it’s a thoroughly brilliant tune.

          Link Common – ‘Cloud Words’
          The new one from Welsh producer Link Common is a swirling fusion of breakbeats, glittering techno instrumentation and skittering production, and it’s gorgeous.

          North Downs – ‘Nightlife Blues’
          If you’re a fan of Maribou State or Khruangbin, give this stunning tune from North Downs a whirl. Taken from the band’s EP ‘Dad’s Old Tapes’, which they recorded in a barn in the English countryside, it meshes sparkling electronic production with indie sensibilities, with stellar results.

          Sorry – ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’
          With its slinky bassline and rattling instrumentals, the latest from North London’s Sorry is a thrilling cut of clattering, grunge-licked indie.

          Thyla – ‘December’
          Thyla’s new one shows a more sensitive side to the band. “Millie wrote the song for her sister who was suffering with some really tough personal issues,” the quartet explained of it, adding: “it came from a really dark and desperate place but the song manages to put into words what she could never say.” Combining poignant lyrics with soaring instrumentals and heart wrenching vocals, it’s a beauty.

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          • Last edited by navi; Fri January 10th, 2020, 20:58.

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            • BECK - Chemical video
              Bombay Bicycle Club - I Can Hardly Speak video
              Mint Julep - Stray Fantasies video
              Baba Ali - House video
              Kassa Overall - Show Me A Prison (ft. J Hoard & Angela Davis) video
              Mura Masa - Teenage Headache Dreams (ft. Ellie Rowsell) video
              Kaytranada - What You Need (ft. Charlotte Day Wilson) video
              Tame Impala - Lost In Yesterday video
              Fontaines D.C. - Liberty Belle video
              The Wants - The Motor video
              DIIV - The Spark video
              Gengahr - Never A Low video
              Georgia - 24 Hours video
              Easy Life - Dead Celebrities video
              Dombresky & Wh0 - Take Me Away video
              J Hus - No Denying video
              Bring me the Horizon - ¿ (feat. Halsey) video

              17 new aspirants for the playlist, we will see on monday which ones will succeed

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              • Originally posted by NME
                What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                by Hannah Mylrea
                January 13, 2020

                On the A List
                Georgia – ’24 Hours’

                The Londoner released her excellent second album ‘Seeking Thrills’ last week, with the record serving as a joyful ode to the 21st century dancefloor. The shimmering ’24 Hours’ is a true highlight, revelling in its Robyn and Tegan and Sara influences while maintaining a ceaselessly energetic vibe which will not fail to add a sparkle to your week.

                Mura Masa, Ellie Rowsell and Wolf Alice – ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’
                Masa‘s ‘R.Y.C.’ — that’s ‘Raw Youth Collage’ — features knock-out collabs with the likes of Slowthai, Clairo and the aforementioned Georgia. And then, of course, there’s Masa’s soothing link-up with Wolf Alice‘s Ellie Rowsell on the poetically titled ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’. Rowsell’s vocals soar here on a track that the producer says extols the benefits of “escapism”. “If we can find a shared remembrance of a good time, we’re more likely to be able to find that again.” Good advice, that.

                On the B List
                Kassa Overall – ‘Show Me A Prison’ (feat. J Hoard & Angela Davis
                )
                New York producer, MC and drummer Kassa Overall flits between jazz, experimentalism and James Blake-style R&B on the affecting ‘Show Me A Prison’, which features J Hoard and Angela Davis to further boost the track’s emotional thump. Bonus points are awarded for the childhood pic of himself that Kassa has shared for the single’s artwork.

                Kaytranada – ‘What You Need’ (feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)
                Montréal’s very own Kaytranada threatened to steal 2019 with a last-gasp winner last month with the release of his exquisite and groove-laden LP ‘Bubba’. With synth-heavy bangers such as the Charlotte Day Wilson-featuring ‘What You Need’ in its arsenal, ‘Bubba’ is the perfect uplifting soundtrack to bridge the gap between the 2010s and the brand new hope offered by the arrival of the 2020s.

                Easy Life – ‘Dead Celebrities’
                Leicester’s Easy Life have made it to Hollywood, baby! That’s after a gruelling 11-hour flight, mind (“that’s a very long way for a day out“). But the five-piece’s laidback mentality still shines through on this cut from their new mixtape ‘Junk Food’, and it’s packed with observations on “pop culture and the obscure but dangerously relevant link between death and stardom”. Profound stuff, lads.

                DIIV – ‘The Spark’
                DIIV’s long-awaited follow-up to ‘Is The Is Are’ arrived late last year in the form of the equally thrilling ‘Deceiver’ which, thankfully, didn’t live up to its title. ‘The Spark’ is a rolling number from that new album which succumbs to scuzzy guitars for its chorus as frontman Zachary Cole Smith, as ever, pleasantly coos over the top of his band’s instrumental might.

                Dombresky & Wh0 – ‘Take Me Away’
                This’ll wake you up from your Monday malaise. French producer Dombresky and mysterious UK duo Wh0 combine to devastating techno/disco effect with the frenetic ‘Take Me Away’, which slaps its way out of your headphones/speakers, soars around whichever room you’re in and gets everyone — and we mean EVERYONE — on their feet, boogieing around ’til tomorrow. Perfect for the next timid family gathering.

                Gengahr – ‘Never A Low’
                Pokémon lovers Gengahr will release their third album ‘Sanctuary’ later this month, with ‘Never A Low’ a dark and brooding electronic slice from the upcoming new record. A product of their newfound policy of “experimentation, collaboration and pushing ourselves out of our comfort zones,” it’s certainly an enticing warm-up for the full LP.

                C List
                J Hus – ‘No Denying’

                The self-appointed ‘Top Militérian’ will be hoping for a trouble-free start to the decade after being released from prison last year. J Hus told fans late last month that a 17-track album — the follow-up to ‘Common Sense’ — is finished and on the way, with the invigorating and determined single ‘No Denying’ the latest preview of the record. If it’s all as good as this, then expect J Hus to be in the headlines for all the right reasons in 2020.

                Bring Me The Horizon – ‘¿’ (feat. Halsey)
                ‘Music to Listen to~Dance to~Blaze to~Pray to~Feed to~Sleep to~Talk to~Grind to~Trip to~Breathe to~Help to~Hurt to~Scroll to~Roll to~Love to~Hate to~Learn Too~Plot to~Play to~Be to~Feel to~Breed to~Sweat to~Dream to~Hide to~Live to~Die to~Go To’. No, we haven’t been hacked: that’s actually the full title of Bring Me’s latest genre-bending EP. The band enlisted the help of Halsey to rework the ‘Amo’ song ‘In The Dark’ into ‘¿’, and the result is dark, snarling but entirely welcome creation from the two artists.

                Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘I Can Hardly Speak’
                Bombay are back! OK, you’ve probably heard about that already: but the arrival later this week of ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ is extra exciting, given it’s BBC’s first album release in six years. ‘I Can Hardly Speak’, the fourth single to be released from the LP, is a bright march forward into the new decade for the reunited band — ah, it’s so good to have them back.

                Tame Impala – ‘Lost In Yesterday’
                Kevin Parker loves a dazzling beat — take ‘The Less I Know The Better’, for instance. Parker’s latest preview of the next Tame Impala album ‘The Slow Rush’ is the jittery discoball-stomp of ‘Lost In Yesterday’, which’ll light up bedrooms, concert halls and festival stages the world over this year.

                Fontaines D.C. – ‘Liberty Belle’
                Nine months on from its release, Fontaines‘ brilliant debut album ‘Dogrel’ remains an insistent and vital listen. Good job, then, that the Irishmen are still dropping singles from the LP: ‘Liberty Belle’ is actually being re-released in this instance, and why not? It’s the kind of bruising, call-to-arms post-punk anthem that has endeared the Dublin five-piece to so many since the release of ‘Dogrel’ in 2019.

                The Wants – ‘The Motor’
                Finally this week, we have The Wants’ Kraftwerk and Nine Inch Nails-inspired ‘The Motor’. The tune ratchets up the tension as it goes up and up through the gears (sorry) with an insistent guitar riff, a devastating use of distortion and a drum beat which just doesn’t quit.

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                • Ultraista - Tin King video
                  Khruangbin & Leon Bridges - C-Side video
                  CARDS & SITA - All Over Me video
                  Moaning - Ego video
                  Real Estate - Paper Cup video
                  Porridge Radio - Sweet video
                  Green Day - Oh Yeah! video
                  The 1975 - Me & You Together Song video
                  Celeste - Stop This Flame video
                  Disq - Daily Routine video
                  U.S. Girls - Overtime video
                  Megan Thee Stallion & Normani - Diamonds video
                  Moses Boyd & Poppy Ajudha - Shades of You video

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                  • Originally posted by NME
                    What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                    "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                    by Hannah Mylrea
                    January 20, 2020

                    On the A List
                    Celeste – ‘Stop This Flame’
                    First up this week we have the new one from NME 100 alumni Celeste. Opening with a jaunty piano riff, it then builds into a galloping cut of neo-soul, with Celeste’s gorgeous soaring vocals taking centre stage.

                    The 1975 – ‘Me & You Together’
                    On their latest track The 1975 have taken it back to their roots – so much so that before the song came out frontman Matty teased fans telling them that it would be like a Drive Like I Do song (which was one of the band’s first names). Filled with jangling guitar riffs and a sprightly bassline that accompany Healy at his most earnest, it’s a nostalgia-fuelled treat.

                    On the B List
                    Disq – ‘Daily Routine’
                    Disq’s own brand of growling college rock is absolutely huge. Having just signed to Saddle Creek, and with their debut album ‘Collector’ on the way, the hulking ‘Daily Routine’ is an exciting glimpse of what’s to come.

                    Green Day – ‘Oh Yeah!’
                    Green Day’s ‘Oh Yeah!’ is a stomping slab of middle finger-raising, pit-opening rock. Bring on the rest of the album next month!

                    On the C List
                    Megan Thee Stallion & Normani – ‘Diamonds’
                    Taken from the soundtrack for new superhero flick Birds of Prey, this team-up from Megan Thee Stallion and Normani is massive. With Meg’s slick bars and Normani’s flawless vocal hooks, it’s an exciting cut from two artists at the top of their game.

                    Moses Boyd & Poppy Ajudha – ‘Shades of You’
                    Fusing galloping house beats with Poppy Ajudha’s soaring vocals and Moses Boyd’s euphoric genre-splicing instrumentals, ‘Shades of You’ is a total stunner.

                    Porridge Radio – ‘Sweet’
                    Going from stripped back moments of lilting quiet to cacophonous, full-band roars at the drop of a hat, Porridge Radio’s latest is an absolute beauty.

                    Real Estate – ‘Paper Cup’
                    “’Paper Cup’ is a song about getting older and realising that this thing that I fell into doing over ten years ago – being a musician, writing songs, being a guy in a band – this may end up being my life’s work,” Real Estate frontman Martin Courtney has explained of the band’s new tune. And we’ve all been there, whether it’s questioning your current path in life, struggling with what you thought was a dream job or looking at your mates try new things whilst you feel a bit stuck, it can be bleak. But Real Estate compliment the searching lyrics with breezy, bright instrumentals that make you think that everything might be okay after all.

                    Ultraísta – ‘Tin King’
                    Blending robotic vocals with crunchy synth lines and a chugging rhythm section, this new one from Ultraísta is a wild ride into the future.

                    U.S. Girls – ‘Overtime’
                    Finally on the playlist this week we’ve got the new one from U.S. Girls. With its stamping drums, clattering piano licks and Meg Remy’s distinct vocals, it’s a battle cry of a tune.

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                    • Cuffed Up - French Exit video
                      Stephen Malkmus - Xian Man video
                      Maũ - Try video
                      Four Tet - Baby video
                      Thundercat - Black Qualls (ft. Steve Lacy & Steve Arrington) video
                      Rina Sawayama - Comme Des Garçon (Like The Boys) video
                      Talk Show - Banshee video
                      Soccer Mommy - Circle The Drain video
                      Sløtface - Tap the Pack video
                      Hayley Williams - Simmer video

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                      • Originally posted by NME
                        What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                        "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                        by Hannah Mylrea
                        January 27, 2020


                        On the A List
                        Thundercat – ‘Black Qualls’ (feat. Steve Lacy & Steve Arrington)
                        First up on the playlist this week we have the massive new one from Thundercat. The first taste of his new album ‘It Is What It Is’ sees him team up with Steve Lacy and Steve Arrington for a classically Thundercat tune. With its bouncing instrumentals, that are erred on by the slinky, funk bassline and lilting vocals, it’s an exciting glimpse of what’s to come on the rest of the record.

                        On the B List
                        Rina Sawayama – ‘Comme Des Garçon (Like The Boys)’
                        Next up we’ve got the new one from Dirty Hit signee Rina Sawayama. Whilst on its predecessor ‘STFU!’ she fused nu-metal with bright pop hooks, this time around Sawayama has embraced strutting house beats and R&B production, and the results are a floor-filling smash.

                        Talk Show – ‘Banshee’
                        The latest from Talk Show is a cantering cut of their roaring post-punk. Frontman Harrisson Swann has explained that ‘Banshee’ is a “frustrated lovelorn tale”; which may sound depressing, but instead of making something gloomy and sad, the band focussed on creating a song that was “heartfelt and ardent”. Adding in the melodic guitar lines and a galloping rhythm section that support the distinctive vocals, the band managed to surpass the melancholy, and instead create something warm and uplifting.

                        Cuffed Up – ‘French Exit’
                        With its driving rhythm section, expansive guitar riffs and soaring vocals, the new one from Los Angeles band Cuffed Up is a hulking slice.

                        Stephen Malkmus – ‘Xian Man’
                        Combining folk instrumentation with lilting melodies and Malkmus’ distinctive vocals, ‘Xian Man’ is a swaggering preview of his upcoming album.

                        On the C List
                        Soccer Mommy – ‘Circle The Drain’
                        Soccer Mommy’s latest is a total beauty. Fusing jangling, lo-fi guitar riffs with elegant vocals and twinkling percussion, ‘Circle The Drain’ is one of the best things the artist has put out.

                        Sløtface – ‘Tap the Pack’
                        Hurtling along at breakneck speed, ‘Tap the Pack’ is another rambunctious cut from Norwegian punks Sløtface.

                        Hayley Williams – ‘Simmer’
                        The first song from Paramore the frontwoman’s debut solo album is gorgeous. The twisting dark pop is brutally honest, meshing haunting production with some of William’s most candid lyrics.

                        Four Tet – ‘Baby’
                        All glittering, ethereal production and glitchy instrumentals, the latest from Four Tet is a stunner.

                        Maũ – ‘Try’
                        Last up we’ve got the new one from Kenya-born and NYC-based artist Maũ. ‘Try’ explores the pain of a failing relationship, with the tune’s instrumentals brilliantly complimenting the frank lyrics with sparse production and emotive vocals.

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                        • Jetta - Livin' video
                          Caribou - Never Come Back video
                          Little Dragon - Hold On video
                          Tycho - Outer Sunset video
                          Declan KcKenna - Beautiful Faces video
                          Lacuna Common - Learn To Feel video
                          Gorillaz - Momentary Bliss video
                          Blossoms - If You Think This Is Real Life video
                          Doja Cat - Boss Bitch video
                          L Devine - Boring People video
                          J Hus - Repeat (feat. Koffee) video
                          Girl In Red - Kate's Not Here video
                          Sorry - More video

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                          • Originally posted by NME
                            What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                            "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                            by Hannah Mylrea
                            February 03, 2020

                            On the A List

                            Blossoms – ‘If You Think This Is Real Life’

                            First up on the playlist this week we’ve got Blossoms’ latest ‘If You Think This Is Real Life’. The opener of their new record ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ is a bombastic cut, all outrageous synth stabs and fizzing melodies, just try not getting this one stuck in your head all week.

                            On the B List

                            Caribou – ‘Never Come Back’
                            ‘Never Come Back’ is the latest taste we’ve had of Caribou’s upcoming album ‘Suddenly’, his first record in five years. Opening with electronic vocals accompanied by urgent synthesiser chords, it gradually grows into a euphoric piece of house-flecked ecstasy.

                            Doja Cat – ‘Boss Bitch’
                            Taken from the soundtrack for Birds of Prey, this one from Doja Cat is massive. The rapper’s distinctive flow slices across the blistering production, resulting in a blazing, breckneck banger.

                            Little Dragon – ‘Hold On'
                            All lilting disco beats and rich, soulful vocals, the latest from Little Dragon is a beauty.

                            Gorillaz – ‘Momentary Bliss ft. Slowthai & Slaves’
                            Next on the playlist is the brilliant new one from Gorillaz. For the first instalment of ‘Song Machine’, a new online series that’ll see the virtual band joined in the studio by an array of guests, they’ve teamed up with Slaves and Slowthai, for a killer, britpop-tinged tune.

                            L Devine – ‘Boring People’
                            L Devine’s latest is all about the frustration of falling into a mundane routine. “At the time, I felt I had almost fallen into a bit of a routine with my writing which made me feel quite creatively frustrated,” she explains of the song. “The chorus is a satirical take on the mundane parts of everyday life, while the verses get really introspective and self-deprecating. It’s basically a song about me getting bored of myself and all my bullshit.” Thankfully, the song itself is anything but boring. Fusing grungy garage rock guitars with woozy electronics, it’s another killer song from the artist.

                            Tycho – ‘Outer Sunset’
                            Filled with ethereal soundscapes and subtle production, ‘Outer Sunset’ is totally gorgeous.

                            On the C List

                            Jetta – ‘Livin’’
                            Mixing rattling, drum and bass-laced production with delicate instrumentals, ‘Livin’’ is a lowkey floorfiller.

                            Declan McKenna – ‘Beautiful Faces’
                            The follow-up top McKenna’s incendiary ‘British Bombs’, is another nugget of his fizzing indie rock.

                            J Hus – Repeat (feat. Koffee)
                            On this cut from J Hus’ excellent second album ‘Big Conspiracy’ he’s teamed up with recent Grammy winner Koffee, for a stellar tune which is an album highlight.

                            Girl In Red – ‘Kate’s Not Here’
                            Also on the playlist this week we have the new one from NME 100 alumni Girl in Red. Taken from the killer soundtrack for The Turning, it’s a cantering piece of the Norwegian singer’s lo-fi pop.

                            Lacuna Common – ‘Learn To Feel’
                            Crammed full of careening guitars which crash into the hulking rhythm section, the latest from Lacuna Common is a typically raucous affair.

                            Sorry – ‘More’
                            Finally this week we’ve got ‘More’, the stomping new one from North Londoners Sorry. Another hulk of their abrasive, punk-licked rock, it’s an exciting taste of what’s to come from the band.
                            Last edited by navi; Mon February 3rd, 2020, 20:38.

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                            • So CDNX is back, does it mean the end of NME Radio? Or will they co-exist?

                              It seems it is similar to NME Radio 1 playing old stuff mostly. Yesterday in the evening there was a mix of old and new tracks.

                              Last edited by egorcheb18; Fri February 7th, 2020, 16:38.

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                              • Originally posted by egorcheb18 View Post
                                So CDNX is back, does it mean the end of NME Radio? Or will they co-exist?

                                It seems it is similar to NME Radio 1 playing old stuff mostly. Yesterday in the evening there was a mix of old and new tracks.
                                ???
                                As far as i can see/hear we're witnessing a birth of a completely new music radio station
                                according to Camden Market twitter site, CDNXradio starts with broadcasting on 4th February,
                                and has nothing to do with NME radio.
                                now i'm in doubt should i posted their playlist here (If they ever starting one) or opening a new thread
                                Last edited by navi; Fri February 7th, 2020, 20:27.

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                                • egorcheb18
                                  egorcheb18 commented
                                  Editing a comment
                                  I think maybe a new thread would be better. But for now they play the same tracks as NME, it would be interesting to see what will they play since next Monday.

                              • Originally posted by NME
                                What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                                "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                                by Hannah Mylrea
                                February 10, 2020

                                On the A List
                                Christine and the Queens – ‘People, I’ve been sad’ video
                                First up on the playlist this week we’ve got the new one from Christine and the Queens. Filled with yearning synth lines, jittering strings and stuttering electronics, ‘People, I’ve been sad’ is a gorgeous, if heart-breaking, slow burn.

                                On the B List
                                Lucia & The Best Boys – ‘City of Angels’ video
                                Next up we’ve got the latest from Glaswegian rockers Lucia & The Best Boys. Combining their no-****s-given attitude with glittering ‘80s synths and hulking grunge-flecked guitars, ‘City of Angels’ absolutely slaps.

                                The Mysterines – ‘Love’s Not Enough’ video
                                ‘Love’s Not Enough’ is a total rush of adrenaline. The catchy slice of indie rock is brutally honest, with frontwoman Lia Metcalfe explaining: “It’s a short reflection of just how destructive love can be, both mentally and physically”. Juxtaposing the candid lyrics with brutal instrumentation, it’s a fizzing cut of the band’s trademark sound.

                                On the C List
                                DJ Shadow feat. Run The Jewels – ‘Kings & Queens’ video
                                First on the NME Radio C List this week sees DJ Shadow team up with Run The Jewels. Fusing nostalgic samples with El-P and Killer Mike’s distinctive flow, it’s a sun-drenched smasher.

                                Franc Moody – ‘Skin on Skin’ video
                                Blending jubilant disco with jangling, Daft Punk-flecked production, Franc Moody’s new one is three minutes of pure joy.

                                Gengahr – ‘Icarus’ video
                                Taken from their stellar third album ‘Sanctuary’, ‘Icarus’ combines the quartet’s jangly indie with strutting melodies and woozy production.

                                Store Front – ‘Rip The Price Off’ video
                                On their latest Brooklyn quintet Store Front thread their glittering post-punk with lilting melodies and sunny vocals.

                                The Magic Gang – ‘Think’ video
                                The Magic Gang are back! Returning with the first taste of their upcoming second album, on ‘Think’ they’ve fused their feel-good indie with bolshy brass lines and a thumping rhythm section, and the results will be caught in your head for the next week.

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                                • Originally posted by NME
                                  What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                                  "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                                  by Hannah Mylrea
                                  February 17, 2020

                                  On the A List

                                  Billie Eilish – ‘No Time To Die’ video
                                  First up on the playlist this week we have the new tune from Billie Eilish, ‘No Time To Die’. The theme song from the upcoming James Bond film of the same name fuses Eilish’s haunting whispered vocals with dramatic production and swooping strings, and the results are a brilliantly eerie cut.

                                  Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – ‘Cars in Space’ video
                                  Rolling Blackouts are back, baby! And their killer new single ‘Cars in Space’ is a smash. When writing the song, the band’s Fran Keaney imagined the tune as a driving song, explaining: “In my head this song is set inside a car. It’s the swirling words and thoughts before a break-up.” And you can hear that with its cantering rhythms and lashing riffs, which add to the urgency of the fizzing track.

                                  On the B List

                                  King Princess – ‘Ohio’ video
                                  Blending honeyed vocals with echoing guitars and ‘80s synth lines, King Princess’ latest is a powerhouse pop tune.

                                  Moaning – ‘Falling In Love’ video
                                  Also on the B List we have the new one from LA band Moaning. One for fans of Pet Shop Boys, ‘Fall In Love’ is a psychedelic treat.

                                  The Strokes – ‘At The Door’ video
                                  All pulsating synths and ethereal instrumentals, ‘At The Door’ is a welcome return from the legendary band.

                                  Working Mens Club – ‘White Rooms & People’ video
                                  'White Rooms & People’ is another blistering cut of punk-funk quartet Working Men’s Club’s urgent, politically charged sound. Combining clattering rhythms with jangly riffs, it absolutely slaps.

                                  On the C List

                                  Henry Green – ‘Realign’ video
                                  All sparkling synths and woozy vocals, ‘Realign’ is a floor filling beauty.

                                  Hinds ­– ‘Good Bad Times’ video
                                  The latest taste we’ve had of Hinds’ upcoming third album ‘The Prettiest Curse’ is a beauty. A catchy combination of stomping drums, glittering production and a huge, sing-along chorus, it’s a belter.

                                  Mystery Jets – ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ video
                                  The title track from Mystery Jets’ upcoming record, ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ is a climbing cut of glorious indie rock.

                                  The Big Moon – ‘Barcelona’ video
                                  Last up on the playlist we’ve got The Big Moon with ‘Barcelona’. A charming, sun-drenched tune, it’s a highlight of their recent album ‘Walking Like We Do’.

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                                    What’s new on the NME 1 and NME 2 playlists this week?
                                    "Lock down your aerial, you're listening to NME Radio"
                                    by Hannah Mylrea
                                    February 24, 2020

                                    On the A List

                                    Tame Impala – ‘Is It True’ video
                                    First up on the playlist this week we have this stone-cold banger from Tame Impala. Taken from their glittering new album ‘Slow Rush’, the funk imbued tune absolutely slaps.

                                    On the B List

                                    Dusky – ‘Metropolis’ video
                                    Moving onto the B List, first up we have this stomper from Dusky. Fusing clattering house beats with hulking bass and euphoric vocals, it’s a future floorfiller.

                                    Grimes – ‘Delete Forever’ video
                                    Ever wondered what Grimes doing ‘Wonderwall’ would sound like? Well it’s probably pretty similar to ‘Delete Forever’. Taken from her glorious, genre-hopping fifth album ‘Miss Anthropocene’, it’s a calming moment of acoustic bliss.

                                    Talk Show – ‘Stress’ video
                                    All galloping rhythm section and growling guitars, the latest from Talk Show is an angsty triumph.

                                    The 1975 – ‘The Birthday Party’ video
                                    The 1975 have gone country on ‘The Birthday Party’. Combining jangling guitars with ethereal vocals and sparkling synths, it’s a lilting millennial anthem.

                                    The Strokes – ‘Bad Decisions’ video
                                    Get ready to chuck a pint and jump in a pit – The Strokes’ new one is a future festival favourite.

                                    On the C List

                                    APRE – ‘Your Heart’s Like a Jungle’ (Bad Sounds Remix) video /// original version
                                    First on the C List is the Bad Sounds Remix of APRE’s ‘Your Heart’s Like a Jungle’. Adding some Primal Scream-flecked pizzazz to the tune, it’s a banging rework.

                                    Glass Animals – ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’ video
                                    Mixing whirring electronics with hip-hop beats and reverberating bass, the latest from Glass Animals is another smasher from the quartet.

                                    Sports Team – ‘Here’s The Thing’ video
                                    And finally on the playlist this week we have the new one from Sports Team. Released to coincide with the news about their debut album, it’s a cantering cut of their rambunctious rock.

                                    The Four Owls – ‘Honour Codes’ video
                                    The Four Owls first single in five years, ‘Honour Codes’, is a victorious return from the British group.

                                    U.S. Girls – ‘4 American Dollars’ video
                                    Next up we’ve got the latest from Meghan Remy’s experimental pop project, U.S. Girls. Blending handclap beats, vocal gymnastics and a refrain that’ll be caught in your head all week – it’s a beauty.

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