‘Diablo 4’ preview: a hell of a good time

An unexpected delight, 'Diablo 4' is light on new ideas but a much-needed refinement of dungeon crawl design

Katie Gregson-Macleod: pop’s next heavyweight is reinventing the power ballad

With humour, heart and a powerhouse vocal, the Scottish artist is on her way to becoming a songwriter for the ages

The 20 best TV shows of 2022

Top quality telly – whether watched weekly or binged all in one go

Big Joanie on representation: “We’ve done everything that a Black punk band can do”

The punks talk to NME about representation for alternative music from POC, and their plans for the future

NAO is “ready to put out a new sound and experiment”

The singer tells NME about getting "back in the game" and her hope for the future

Humour: Glasgow punks are leading a pack of new, restless guitar bands

Improvised lyrics and yowled vocals are specialities of Scottish outfit Humour, whose debut EP is a riot of invention

The 20 best games of 2022

We’ve made a list, we’ve checked it twice. Here is NME’s list of the best video games of 2022.

NME Radio Roundup 5 December 2022: Metallica, Stormzy, J. Maya and more

Last week, thrash metal icons Metallica took the world by surprise with not one, but three major announcements: an upcoming studio album, a colossal...

Bob Vylan want to show others that “rock music is an OK thing for Black people to do”

Speaking of their MOBO nomination, they said: "It does open the door for other people who are creating quote-unquote 'alternative music' or 'rock music' to express themselves and see it as a viable thing"

Eve on motherhood and her career: “Most of the things I do for the future of my son”

The rap legend also spoke of the importance of celebrating people of colour in all music scenes