With the mouldering state of print journalism in the new millennium, the ‘Greatest of All Time’ list has become the cornerstone of magazines’ cheap ploys at remaining relevant and drawing readers, with the UK’s NME the latest perpetrator, today unveiling their 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time. It’s not the first time a famous music
NME have named their top 50 albums and tracks of 2013, and the top honours have gone to none other than Sheffield’s indie rock sweethearts Arctic Monkeys, with their fifth studio album, AM, and French hype machine Daft Punk, who scored track of the year with Get Lucky. Second place in the album of the
Britain’s most well-known music publication, NME have unveiled the top 25 from their definitive list of “The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.” Not the first of such lists to be released by a major music magazine, nor even the first by NME, theirs sees the odd choice of The Smiths‘ classic The Queen Is
This year’s NME awards have now wrapped up, and while NME offers a play-by-play of the evening’s drama, we’ve got the important stuff here – the winners. From an array of categories, Muse seem to have been the most profitable from the evening, including Hottest Man for Matt Bellamy – amen to that. Biffy Clyro
Tame Impala are strongly representing Australia in the list of nominees for NME Awards this year. The group, whose latest album Lonerism is still making waves, have been shortlisted 4 highly coveted accolades at the 2013 event. Tame will be up against The Foo Fighters, The Killers, Odd Future and Crystal Castles for Best International
Well, well, well, what do we have here? One of the biggest international tastemarkers and entertainment media hubs telling the world that, musically, Australia is totally where it’s at? Yep. If I may draw your attention to a recent article posted on NME, Matt Wilkinson has looked at the facts at hand and discovered that
NME Editor Luke Lewis has released a ‘Shame-faced apology’ in response to his Twitter posts about his “disapproval of Ed Sheeran’s music.” Lewis continues: “I even created a not-very-amusing hashtag for it, #howshitisedsheeran.