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Can Queer Eye’s food expert Antoni actually cook? These Twitter users don’t think so Tom Grennan on his meetings with “heroes” Liam Gallagher, Alex Turner and Dave Grohl IMAGINE DRAGONS Releases New Song, NEXT TO ME
 

Olly Murs responds to claims he doesn’t know the words to Oasis’ ‘Live Forever’

Olly Murs has responded to claims that he doesn’t know the lyrics to Oasis‘ classic hit ‘Live Forever’ after a video emerged of him singing along to Liam Gallagher‘s rendition of the song at last night’s BRIT Awards. Last night (February 21) saw Liam perform the track as part of a tribute to the victims of last year’s Manchester bombings. Watch his full [...]

Can Queer Eye’s food expert Antoni actually cook? These Twitter users don’t think so

Queer Eye is back, and if you’ve not tuned in yet, log into your Netflix account ASAP and get bingeing, because this is the most wholesome viewing you’re going to have all year. The slick reboot of ’00 show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy features a brand new Fab Five – coaches who each perform their own brand of [...]

Tom Grennan on his meetings with “heroes” Liam Gallagher, Alex Turner and Dave Grohl

Tom Grennan has been having one hell of a year – meeting his “heroes” Liam Gallagher, Alex Turner and Dave Grohl. Now, he’s planning for his ‘biblical’ headline show at Brixton Academy. Watch our video interview with Grennan above. “Wow, a bit loose man – it was a wicked night,” said Grennan, “I enjoyed every minute of it, I’m not going [...]

Warner Bros launches ‘unforgettable’ Tomb Raider escape room using real film sets

Warner Bros have announced an escape room themed after the forthcoming Tomb Raider film adaptation starring Alicia Vikander.  Tomb Raider Escape, the world’s first escape room using actual film sets, and is set to open for a limited time in east London on Friday, March 9. Participants will be required to uncover the mysterious Tomb of the Mother of Death. Lasting 30 minutes, the multi-room experience [...]

The Streets are reissuing their first two albums on vinyl

The Streets have announced that they will re-release their first two albums on vinyl. The Streets’ 10 best songs The Mike Skinner-led group recently announced a UK tour and released new music. Now it has been confirmed that 2002’s ‘Original Pirate Material’ and 2004’s ‘A Grand Don’t Come for Free’ will be repressed as a double-LP package on March 30, coming via Rhino Records. The albums had previously [...]

IMAGINE DRAGONS Releases New Song, NEXT TO ME

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 09:48:31 Imagine Dragons Photos more imagine dragons photos » [an error occurred while processing this directive] And Releases Dates for Their EVOLVE North American Tour [...]

Natalie Portman responds to Millie Bobby Brown being her younger lookalike

Natalie Portman has revealed what she thinks about people saying that Millie Bobby Brown looks like a younger version of her. Buy Stranger Things merch here Fans have been discussing the similarities between a young Natalie Portman and Millie Bobby Brown, suggesting that they are, in fact, the same person. Portman even spoofed Brown’s Stranger Things character Eleven in a recent Saturday Night Live [...]

Editors unveil blistering new song and video ‘Hallelujah (So Low)’

Editors have unveiled their bold new single and video for ‘Hallelujah So Low)’. Check it out below. Following on from lead single ‘Magazine’ ahead of new album ‘Violence‘, the new track sees the band lean on their more aggressive, Depeche Mode-esque synth-rock sound, as they team up with longtime collaborator Rahi Rezvani for the dramatic performance-based video. “I wrote the words to [...]


Julie Adenuga: ‘Drake has made it acceptable for boys to speak about emotions’

21 February 2018

“It’s a great time for music right now and every day I’m excited to come into the Beats 1 studio and share it with our listeners. Last week alone I saw James Blake, Kendrick Lamar, Mahalia, Jorja Smith and Slowthai all performing in London. Five artists across three venues in three days and each of them was like being in [...]

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Matt Bellamy thinks rock bands have ‘one foot in the past’

21 February 2018

Matt Bellamy has given his thoughts on rock music in the digital technology age, saying rock bands have “one foot in the past”. With his band Muse, the frontman released new single ‘Thought Contagion’ last week (February 16), which saw the Devon band use drum machines and trap beats. “The guitar has become a textural instrument rather than a lead [...]

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Les volcans sensibles aux cycles lunaires

21 February 2018

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Students create their vision for UB GRoW Home’s next move

21 February 2018

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo’s award-winning GRoW Home will soon need a change-of-address form. That’s because the 1,100-square-foot, ultra-efficient dwelling will be relocated from its current spot on UB’s South Campus to a more prominent, and permanent, location next to the Solar Strand on the university’s North Campus. Seven graduate students in Martha Bohm’s fall studio spent the semester developing a vision for the siting of [...]

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JAMES BAY Debuts WILD LOVE Music Video

21 February 2018

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:51:46 James Bay Videos more james bay videos » CO-STARRING [...]

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Paul Weller unveils the music that shaped him for the new edition of NME Gold

21 February 2018

Paul Weller is the latest icon the go in deep and reveal the music that shaped him for the new edition of NME Gold. Buy the Paul Weller edition of NME Gold here After Liam Gallagher kicked things off by sharing his favourite music for the first ever issue of NME Gold, now The Jam, Style Council and solo hero takes to [...]

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How to watch the BRIT Awards, who’s performing and everything you need to know

21 February 2018

The UK’s biggest night in pop music is upon us, as we’re only hours away from the BRIT Awards 2018. As the stars dust off their best frocks, and practise their “I’m so happy they won and not me!” faces, it’s time to make your winners predictions and get ready for your annual viewing. Here’s where you can watch the [...]

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The loveliest birthday messages for Kurt Cobain

21 February 2018

It would have been Kurt Cobain’s 51st birthday yesterday. The Nirvana frontman tragically took his own life on April 5 1994, leaving behind an incredible musical legacy that can, perhaps, never be equalled.  Your Twitter and Instagram feeds were, no doubt, flooded with inspirational quotes that Kurt gave the world. “They laugh at me because I’m different; I laugh at [...]

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First ‘witch sister’ cast in ‘Charmed’ reboot

21 February 2018

Melanie Diaz has been cast as the first ‘witch sister’ in the upcoming Charmed reboot. The revival was announced last month by US network The CW, with the channel billing it as a “feminist reboot”. Diaz will play Mel, a witch who struggles to control her time-manipulating powers after being involved in a ‘tragic accident’. Her girlfriend is yet to be cast. She’s joined [...]

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Star of the original ‘Blade Runner’ slams the ‘2049’ sequel

21 February 2018

Original Blade Runner cast member Rutger Hauer has slammed the 2049 sequel as ‘soulless’. Hauer, who played replicant Roy Batty in the original 1982 sci-fi classic, has said that he doesn’t think the latest follow-up was “necessary”, and that it lacked any existential elements. “It looks great but I struggle to see why that film was necessary,” Hauer told The Hollywood Reporter.”I [...]

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Grey squirrels beat reds in ‘battle of wits’

21 February 2018

Problem-solving powers may help to explain why grey squirrels have taken over from native red squirrels in the UK, new research says. The study tested wild squirrels with an “easy” task (opening a transparent lid) and a “difficult” task (a more complex process of pushing and pulling levers) to get hazelnuts. The two species were equally successful at the easy task, but a [...]

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Conflict between males and females could replace evolution of new species

21 February 2018

New research shows that males and females of the same species can evolve to be so different that they prevent other species from evolving or colonising habitats, challenging long-held theories on the way natural selection drives the evolution of biodiversity. According to Darwin’s theory of natural selection, first introduced in his book On the Origin of Species (1859), new environments such [...]

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Is this the best Live Lounge performance ever?

21 February 2018

Dua Lipa, Charli XCX, ALMA, Zara Larsson and MØ have delivered an amazing Live Lounge performance of Dua Lipa’s ‘IDGAF’. ‘IDGAF’ is the latest single from the star’s 2017 debut album. Its video was directed by Henry Scholfield, in collaboration with Stromae, and sees “Dua’s softer side in a battle with a cold, empowered alter ego”. The pop star who’s-who took the track to the Live [...]

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The BRITs’ five most harrowingly awful moments

21 February 2018

The BRITs 2018 are tonight, which got us thinking. Every year the ceremony brings up the Big Questions. Like in 2011, when we were wondering ‘is everyone going to do dance routines with riot police?’, and ‘why is Jessie J doing that with her face?’ With this year’s Brits imminent we thought we’d take a look at our favourite funny moments [...]

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Muse discuss old unreleased tracks and progress on upcoming box set of early material

21 February 2018

Muse have revealed that progress is still being made on putting together their anticipated ‘Origin Of’ vinyl box set of early material. Earlier this year, the band revealed that ‘Origin Of Muse’ would bring together songs, demos, photos, videos and unheard material from their formation through to their first two albums, ‘Showbiz’ and ‘Origin Of Symmetry’. Now, speaking to Matt Wilkinson for [...]

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Lorde hits out at people who think they have the ‘miracle cure’ for her acne

21 February 2018

Lorde has hit out at people who keep offering her unwanted advice on her acne. In a series of Instagram stories, the ‘Green Light’ singer said: “For real though, acne sucks. You know what also sucks? When you’ve had acne for years and years and years, done all the drugs, tried all the things, and people are still like, ‘You know what [...]

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Eels unveil cheerful AF video for ‘Today Is The Day’

21 February 2018

Eels have unveiled the feel-good, life-affirming music video for new single ‘Today Is The Day’. See it first on NME below. Taken from Eels’ hotly-anticipated 12th album ‘The Deconstruction’, the video was directed by Gus Black, the video stars Mike Mitchell of Netflix hit show LOVE on “a journey of intense purpose”. Speaking of the clip, Eels say: “But where is he [...]

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DUA LIPA Returning To The U.S. This Summer To Continue Her Tour

21 February 2018

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 11:57:12 Dua Lipa Videos more dua lipa videos » Becomes Youngest Solo Female Artist to [...]

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‘Black Panther’ director Ryan Coogler shares thank you note

21 February 2018

Black Panther director Ryan Coogler has shared a thank you note for fans. The film – which recently achieved a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes – stars Chadwick Boseman as King T’Challa, the beleagured leader of fictional kingdom Wakanda, alongside Luptia Nyong’o and Michael B Jordan. It hit UK cinemas on February 12, subsequently smashing box office records. NME dubbed the film ‘the best Marvel movie [...]

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Steve from ‘Stranger Things’ sings lead vocals on this psych-rock banger

21 February 2018

Fans of Stranger Things may be surprised to learn that Joe Keery – more commonly known as Steve Harrington in the sci-fi epic – plays guitar in psych-rock band Post Animal. What’s more, he’s taken up lead vocals on their new single, ‘Ralphie’. The famous-haired actor proves he’s a dab hand at musical endeavours on the track – an instantly infectious, [...]

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Jennifer Lawrence discusses the psychological impact of nude photo leak

21 February 2018

Jennifer Lawrence has opened up on the psychological impact of her nude photos being leaked onto the internet. The incident – dubbed ‘The Fappening’ in some corners of the internet – saw Lawrence’s nudes leaked alongside countless other celebrities’ after hackers breached online storage systems such as iCloud. It was the most high profile incident of its kind, inspiring a number [...]

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Soft Cell reunite for one final London show

21 February 2018

Synth-pop pioneers Soft Cell have announced a brief reunion, with a special ‘one night, one final time’ show in London. The 80s band, comprised of singer Marc Almond and multi-instrumentalist Dave Ball, are perhaps best known for their take on ‘Tainted Love’ (below). They originally split in 1984, before a reunion between 2001 and 2005. Now, the band have announced their first [...]

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L’impact du numérique sur le droit

21 February 2018

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POST MALONE Announces North American Tour

21 February 2018

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 12:06:19 Ty Dolla $ign Videos more ty dolla $ign videos » Releases New Single “PSYCHO” Feat. TY [...]

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Kendrick Lamar and SZA are being sued over their ‘All The Stars’ video

21 February 2018

Kendrick Lamar and SZA are being sued over their music video for Black Panther soundtrack cut ‘All The Stars’. The case follows a claim by British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor, who accused Kendrick and SZA of stealing her artwork for ‘All The Stars’. According to the New York Times, artist Lina Iris Viktor was contacted by representatives from Marvel about the possibility of using her creations [...]

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‘The Simpsons’ animator shares behind-the-scenes sketches

21 February 2018

Fans of The Simpsons, rejoice – animator David Silverman has shared a bunch of behind-the-scenes sketches, dating back to 1995. The sketches are taken from a writers’ retreat, and show the process behind the iconic cartoon sitcom. Amongst the sketches are the very first illustrations of bit-part character (and fan favourite) Frank Grimes, the initial ideas board for ‘The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase’, and [...]

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Watch Sea Girls’ soaring rendition of ‘Heavenly War’ in our NME Basement Session

21 February 2018

Sea Girls are poised to become one of 2018’s biggest breakout indie bands. With sell-out shows up and down the nation and bangers-a-plenty coming, their path to becoming British indie stars is very much on the cards. Seems fitting, then, that we should ask them to swing by NME HQ to perform a special Basement Session. First up, here’s ‘Heavenly [...]

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New Florence + The Machine album expected in 2018 – everything we know so far

21 February 2018

Florence + The Machine‘s fourth record has been eagerly awaited since the release of Florence Welch and her band’s acclaimed third album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ in 2015. There’s been a new record every two or three years – ‘Lungs’ was released in 2009, followed by ‘Ceremonials’ in 2011 – so can we expect another in 2018? Here’s everything [...]

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Students need help before catastrophes occur, UB expert says

20 February 2018

An article in The Washington Post about the need for more health professionals to help students before catastrophes occur interviews Amanda Nickerson, director of UB’s Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention, who said the inevitable calls for immediate action after a shooting often miss the point. “We are getting better providing, unfortunately in some ways, the crisis intervention, but that’s after something terrible happens,” she said. “As [...]

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Eugenides elected to American Academy of Arts and Letters

20 February 2018

Jeffrey Eugenides Jeffrey Eugenides, professor of creative writing in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The American Academy of Arts and Letters was founded in 1898 as an honor society of the country’s leading architects, artists, composers and writers. Its 250 members are elected for life and pay no [...]

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Blossoms launch helpline for fans fearing band break-up

20 February 2018

Blossoms have launched a helpline for fans “feeling confused” amid apparent tension within the group. There has been some speculation that the band could split following a heated Twitter exchange between frontman Tom Ogden and drummer Joe Donovan last week. Now the band’s label Virgin EMI has tweeted: “Have recent rumoured fractures in @BlossomsBand left you feeling confused? Helpless? We’re here for you. [...]

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Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor is giving us a ‘Beautiful Thing’

20 February 2018

Hot Chip‘s Alexis Taylor has announced details of his new solo album, ‘Beautiful Thing’. The Domino-signed musician last put out a record in 2017, ‘Listen With(out) Piano‘ – a rearrangement of his 2016 album ‘Piano‘. Now, Taylor has confirmed his next release will arrive on April 20. ‘Beautiful Thing’ was produced by DFA Records founder and UNKLE member Tim Goldsworthy, [...]

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Jay-Z racked up a massive bar tab – and left a pretty huge tip

20 February 2018

Jay-Z reportedly spent over $90,000 at a New York bar at the weekend, including an epic $11,000 tip. According to Page Six, the rapper was celebrating the birthday of his friend Juan “OG” Perez, the president of Roc Nation Sports. After picking up a tab of $13,000 for dinner at the Zuma restaurant in Midtown on Sunday (February 18), Jay and his party of six then [...]

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Watch ‘Stranger Things’ star David Harbour actually dance with penguins

20 February 2018

Stranger Things actor David Harbour has danced with penguins in the Antarctic after asking his Twitter followers to help him secure the trip. Buy Stranger Things merch here The star, who plays Chief Hopper in the Netflix show, has been helping out his fans lately by agreeing to appear in yearbook photos or officiate their weddings if they get enough retweets. The roles [...]

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Chris Cornell’s widow opens up about his addiction and death in first TV interview

20 February 2018

The widow of Chris Cornell has given her first TV interview since her late husband’s death. Scroll below to watch. The Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman was found dead in his hotel room on May 17, 2017. He was 52. His death was officially ruled as suicide, although Vicky Cornell has expressed her doubts, previously stating: “He didn’t want to die”. Vicky Cornell has now spoken to ABC News, [...]

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Tragedy spurs young voices into gun control debate

20 February 2018

An article in USA Today about last week’s mass shooting in Florida, and the passionate response it has generated among student survivors who are calling for gun control legislation, interviews Mark Seery, associate professor of psychology, who said it is not unexpected that young voices are rising to the national stage on gun violence. “This could compel young people who have never advocated for anything before [...]

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Lesbian and bisexual girls at greater risk for school discipline

20 February 2018

Teen girls who are attracted to other girls are far more likely than other students to be suspended or expelled from school, according to a study by Joel Mittleman, a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at Princeton University. Mittleman’s paper, “Sexual Orientation and School Discipline: New Evidence from a Population-Based Sample,” uses results from the Fragile Families and Childhood Wellbeing Study, a [...]

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Research offers new insight into workings of building blocks of life

20 February 2018

Pioneering new research could offer a fascinating new insight into how genomic information is read. The human genome contains thousands of genes, but to get the information from a gene requires it to be copied.  This copying process – or transcription – involves a factory molecule called RNA polymerase that attaches to DNA at the beginning of a gene, copies the [...]

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BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Debuts A LOVE UNREAL Music Video

20 February 2018

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Kesha postpones tour dates due to injury

20 February 2018

Kesha has postponed a number of live dates after suffering an injury. The singer has revealed that she tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) following a show in Dubai on February 9. A statement confirms that she is set to undergo surgery today (February 20) and that a period of physical rehabilitation will follow. Shows affected include tour dates in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and Japan [...]

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Young Thug announces ridiculous name change

20 February 2018

Young Thug has announced that he is changing his name – to SEX. It’s not the first time Thugger has expressed a desire to alter his moniker. In 2016, he said he wanted to go by his birth name, JEFFERY, but later settled to give a mixtape that title. Now the Atlanta rapper has taken to Twitter to write: “I’m changing my name [...]

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Sade’s first new music in eight years is on the ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ soundtrack

20 February 2018

Sade‘s first new music in eight years is set to be released as part of the A Wrinkle In Time soundtrack. The renowned singer and songwriter last released original music with her 2010 album ‘Soldier Of Love‘. A cover of Thin Lizzy‘s ‘Still In Love With You’ was put out to promote her greatest hits album, ‘The Ultimate Collection‘ a [...]

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Frank Ocean sues ‘Blonde’ producer over songwriting credit claims

20 February 2018

Frank Ocean has reportedly sued a producer who worked on his latest album ‘Blonde’. ‘Blonde’ was released by Ocean, alongside visual album ‘Endless’, in August 2016. They were the RB star’s first releases since studio debut ‘Channel Orange’ in 2012. Om’Mas Keith, who worked with Ocean on ‘Channel Orange’ and again for ‘Blonde’, is said to be claiming songwriting credits on the latter [...]

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‘SNL’ confirms huge musical guests for March shows

20 February 2018

The star hosts and musical guests for next month’s run of SNL shows have been confirmed. The US satire show has recently been off the air for a midwinter break, but returns on March 3. Dua Lipa and Halsey were among recent guests, while Natalie Portman and Jessica Chastain have both hosted this year.  Now, producers have announced who viewers can [...]

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Senior thesis: Nwabueze’s African roots shape her path in theater

20 February 2018

Princeton senior Ugonna Nwabueze, a first-generation Nigerian American, grew up in Brooklyn, New York, but the stories her father told her about being a child soldier in the Nigerian civil war, which began in 1967, haunted her. Her family history would influence one of her two senior thesis projects, a production of “Eclipsed” by Tony Award-winning playwright Danai Gurira, for which [...]

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Innuendo and pointing suspicion in news coverage can fuel conspiracy theories, research shows

20 February 2018

Innuendo and hinting at fake information in news coverage is enough to fuel belief in conspiracy theories, new research shows. Implication alone can significantly increase belief in false facts, according to a new study. Experts have said the results show news outlets should be quicker to correct inaccurate information published or broadcast, and be more cautious about who they invite to provide [...]

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VO5 NME Awards official charity partner Youth Music doubles donations at 2018 ceremony

20 February 2018

Youth Music, the official charity partner of the VO5 NME Awards 2018, doubled its donations through contactless contributions at this year’s ceremony. The organisation gives children and young people going through challenging circumstances the opportunity to take part in music-making projects. The charity took contributions at last week’s ceremony (February 14), with fundraisers going table-to-table to collect donations from guests. [...]

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R Kelly has been evicted from two of his homes

20 February 2018

Online records for Fulton County do not show any criminal filings against the star and a spokesperson for the singer says that Kelly has “no comment at this time”. Last year, Kelly was the focus of an investigative report by Buzzfeed, which alleged that Kelly runs an “abusive and controlling cult” of young women and aspiring female musicians. Kelly denied the allegations. He was also later accused [...]

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Courtney Love and Frances Bean pay tribute to Kurt Cobain on what would have been his 51st birthday

20 February 2018

Courtney Love and Frances Bean Cobain have shared emotional tributes to Kurt Cobain on what would’ve been the late Nirvana frontman’s 51st birthday. Posting on Instagram, Hole singer Love shared a photo that showed her cuddling her late husband, prior to the singer taking his own life in April 1994. “Happy birthday baby god I miss you”, Love captioned the tribute. One fan [...]

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Jeremy Corbyn talks LGBTQ+ heroes, Glastonbury, and his jam recipe on Will Young’s podcast

20 February 2018

Jeremy Corbyn has appeared on Will Young and Chris Sweeney’s podcast, Homo Sapiens. The pop star and the film director received critical acclaim for the first series of the audio programme, and have marked the start of its second run with a conversation with the Labour leader. In the episode, the politician discusses with the pair a range of topics, [...]

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