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Noel Gallagher on seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024: “I couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was” - www.nme.com - Ireland
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13.07.2024 / 10:29

Noel Gallagher on seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024: “I couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was”

Noel Gallagher has opened up about seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 saying he “couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was”.Kneecap played two sets over the weekend at the event, and took part in a Q&A about their upcoming self-titled biopic.The Irish rap trio unveiled the official trailer film, which stars Michael Fassbender, earlier this month. The film was also previewed at Glastonbury Festival’s cinema tent, Pilton Palais, last weekend.Speaking to Matt Morgan, Gallagher revealed that he’d caught one of Kneecap’s sets over the Glastonbury weekend and praised the band for their performance.He said: “We went to see this Northern Irish street kids called Kneecap…they’re kind of pro Republican rappers…“We get there and the tent is absolutely fucking smashed packed – you couldn’t get in.

Confidence Man at Glastonbury 2024: “We’re between musical theatre, art and just being completely wasted” - www.nme.com
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 09:00

Confidence Man at Glastonbury 2024: “We’re between musical theatre, art and just being completely wasted”

Confidence Man have spoken to NME about their acclaimed Glastonbury 2024 performance and given an update about their upcoming third album, ‘3AM (LA LA LA)’. Watch our video interview with the band above.The duo performed on the Other Stage on Friday (June 28).

Glastonbury Expectations vs. Reality: Underwhelming Headliners, Celebs Galore and Plenty of Hidden Gems - variety.com - Britain
variety.com
13.07.2024 / 03:46

Glastonbury Expectations vs. Reality: Underwhelming Headliners, Celebs Galore and Plenty of Hidden Gems

Ellise Shafer Having come of age in the Tumblr indie sleaze era of the early 2010s, I’d always wanted to go to Glastonbury Festival. My mood boards were littered with photos of Alexa Chung traversing Worthy Farm’s muddy grounds wearing a mini skirt and wellies, and I fantasized about being part of the seemingly miles-long, flag-laden crowd that got to watch an iconic British band like Arctic Monkeys or Blur light up the Pyramid stage. So, when I moved from L.A.

Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 on their love of Fontaines D.C. and Lewis Capaldi – and an apology to Paul Mescal - www.nme.com - Ireland
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 02:32

Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 on their love of Fontaines D.C. and Lewis Capaldi – and an apology to Paul Mescal

Kneecap caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024, where the Belfast rap trio told us about their love of Fontaines D.C., a dream duet with Lewis Capaldi, plans for new material, and an apology to actor Paul Mescal. Watch our video chat with the band above, and check out the full interview below.The Irish language band caught up with NME in between their two explosive sets at the festival, with one first thing Saturday morning on Woodsies and the other at 1.30am up at Shangri-La’s new Peace stage.Both were packed, and the latter saw them invite Park Stage headliners Fontaines D.C. frontman Grian Chatten out to perform their collab ‘Better Way To Live‘ from their acclaimed 2024 debut album, ‘Fine Art‘.We had a quick chat with the headline-grabbing trouble-starters to talk about who they’d been hanging out with backstage, the critical success of their upcoming self-titled film, and what to expect from their next album already in the works.NME: Hello Kneecap. How have you been this past few weeks since we last spoke for the NME Cover?Mo Chara: “It’s been too long.

Paul Mescal channels Russell Crowe in first ‘Gladiator II’ images - www.nme.com - London - Washington - Washington
nme.com
12.07.2024 / 16:06

Paul Mescal channels Russell Crowe in first ‘Gladiator II’ images

Paul Mescal in Gladiator II have been shared, Ridley’s Scott’s sequel to the Russell Crowe-starring, Oscar winning original.In the images, obtained by Vanity Fair, Mescal looks to be channeling Crowe’s Roman general Maximus Decimus Meridius from the 2000 film. Maximus is betrayed and enslaved as a gladiator, later fighting his way up the ranks to avenge the murders of his family and the emperor.In the new film, Mescal will lead a new story that focuses on Lucius, the son of Connie Nielsen’s Lucilla from the first film.

Fontaines D.C. at Glastonbury 2024 on ‘Romance’, looking forward and their love of KoRn - www.nme.com - Ireland
nme.com
30.06.2024 / 22:47

Fontaines D.C. at Glastonbury 2024 on ‘Romance’, looking forward and their love of KoRn

Fontaines D.C. caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024, where we spoke about what to expect from new album ‘Romance’, their Glasto schedule clash with IDLES, and being proud of their love of nu-metal KoRn.Friday night saw the Irish post-punks play a blinding set headlining The Park Stage, receiving a glowing five-star review from NME. However, some fans were dismayed that the Glasto schedule meant choosing whether to watch them or IDLES’ stellar set at The Other Stage.“‘Clash Of The Shitans’, we’re calling it,” IDLES guitarist Mark Bowen told NME about the clash.

IDLES tell us about the Fontaines D.C. clash at Glasontbury 2024 – and if the Pyramid Stage beckons - www.nme.com - Ireland
nme.com
30.06.2024 / 14:57

IDLES tell us about the Fontaines D.C. clash at Glasontbury 2024 – and if the Pyramid Stage beckons

IDLES have spoken to NME about stepping up to headline Glastonbury in the future, and their “Oasis vs Blur” rivalry over their set clash with Fontaines D.C. Watch our interview with the band above and check out the full chat below.Just before the band headlined The Other Stage on Friday (June 28), frontman Joe Talbot and guitarist Mark Bowen caught up with us backstage, where we also talked about the new positive outlook within the group, who’s the best dancer, and what the future may hold.Many fans were frustrated that their set overran with that of Fontaines headlining The Park that night. When we asked the Irish post-punks what they made of it, they told us that IDLES must be “shitting themselves”.

The Making, and Remaking, of Johnny Cash’s ‘Songwriter’ Album: How John Carter Cash, Marty Stuart and Others Brought the Icon’s Buried Treasure Back to Life - variety.com
variety.com
30.06.2024 / 14:39

The Making, and Remaking, of Johnny Cash’s ‘Songwriter’ Album: How John Carter Cash, Marty Stuart and Others Brought the Icon’s Buried Treasure Back to Life

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Very few people would have guessed that we’d be getting an album of previously unreleased original material from Johnny Cash in 2024 — a collection that really feels like a “new” album from the legendary singer, 21 years after his death. Far fewer still bet on anything coming out at this late date would be any good, if the original recordings sat in the vault this long.

Glastonbury 2024: Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg join crowd singalong of Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ before Coldplay set - www.nme.com
nme.com
30.06.2024 / 02:03

Glastonbury 2024: Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg join crowd singalong of Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ before Coldplay set

Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg were filmed at Glastonbury 2024 joining a crowd in singing Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ ahead of Coldplay’s headlining set.Cruise and Pegg were photographed alongside fellow actor Gillian Anderson and Mission Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie standing on a platform at the Pyramid Stage, waiting to watch Coldplay’s set on Saturday (June 29).In video shared by BBC 6 Music’s Matt Everitt, Cruise and Pegg are seen joining the crowd below them in singing the chorus of ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, Pegg dramatically waving his arms like a conductor.Erm, that’s @TomCruise, Simon Pegg and @GillianA singing Don’t Look Back In Anger by @oasis just before @coldplay come onstage at @glastonbury. pic.twitter.com/vner2CP6c1— Matt Everitt (@matteveritt) June 29, 2024Pegg was present at Glastonbury to introduce Shaun of the Dead for a 20th anniversary screening alongside director Edgar Wright that same day as part of the festival’s Pilton Palais Cinema programming.

Glastonbury 2024 fans distracted by Coldplay performance and say they 'need to explain' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - county Love
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
29.06.2024 / 22:37

Glastonbury 2024 fans distracted by Coldplay performance and say they 'need to explain'

Coldplay were breaking Glastonbury Festival records as they took to the stage with their fifth headline slot on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night (June 29). The band first headlined on the Pyramid Stage in 2002, and their performance sees them overtake The Cure, who have headlined the slot four times.

Glastonbury 2024: Bloc Party bring old-school indie bangers to the Other Stage - www.nme.com - London
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 19:05

Glastonbury 2024: Bloc Party bring old-school indie bangers to the Other Stage

Bloc Party played a huge, fun-packed early evening set on the Other Stage at Glastonbury 2024 today (June 29), as well as airing new material. Check out what went down and the setlist below.The band, who are currently celebrating 20 years together on the road to a huge show playing classic debut album ‘Silent Alarm’ in London in full next month, delivered a career-spanning set – including fan-favourite ‘00s indie bangers ‘Banquet’, ‘Mercury’, ‘Flux’, ‘Helicopter’ and ‘So Here We Are’.

Glastonbury 2024: Watch Charli XCX bring out Robyn and Romy for ‘Dancing On My Own’ remix during DJ set - www.nme.com - Netherlands
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 19:05

Glastonbury 2024: Watch Charli XCX bring out Robyn and Romy for ‘Dancing On My Own’ remix during DJ set

Charli XCX was joined by Robyn and The xx’s Romy during her set at Glastonbury 2024 – watch footage below.Last night (June 28), the ‘Brat’ singer took to the Levels stage for ‘Charli XCX Presents Partygirl’, and was joined by Robyn for a performance of ‘With Every Heartbeat’.Robyn, who previously teamed up with Yung Lean on a for summer-ready remix of ‘360’, has been working with and Charli since last year, when the ‘Von dutch’ singer confirmed they’d been in the studio “making music together”.Charli was also joined by Romy, who remixed Robyn’s track, ‘Dancing on My Own’.Romy, from the indie rock band the xx, remixes Robyn's "Dancing on My Own" at Charli XCX's "Partygirl" DJ set at #Glastonbury. https://t.co/s6ndJEU8NL pic.twitter.com/jPwlR1OQ20— Variety (@Variety) June 29, 2024Charli XCX brought out Robyn for "With Every Heartbeat" at her #Glastonbury "Partygirl" DJ set.

Glastonbury 2024: Kasabian cover bangers, play classics and preview ‘Happenings’ at packed-out Glastonbury 2024 secret set - www.nme.com - USA
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 19:05

Glastonbury 2024: Kasabian cover bangers, play classics and preview ‘Happenings’ at packed-out Glastonbury 2024 secret set

Kasabian have just delivered an explosive surprise performance at Glastonbury 2024, with a setlist that included their biggest hits, a taste of their forthcoming new era and homages to dance music.After taking to the Woodsies stage at 6pm today (Saturday, June 29), the band were met with an energetic and hearty response from the crowd, opening with ‘Club Foot’ from their 2004 self-titled debut album. This was their fifth time at Worthy Farm, but the first since the departure of frontman Tom Meighan in 2020.For Sergio Pizzorno, it seemed to be a momentous occasion.

Romy and Oliver Sim reunite with Jamie xx at Glastonbury 2024 set - www.nme.com
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 10:31

Romy and Oliver Sim reunite with Jamie xx at Glastonbury 2024 set

Jamie xx was joined by The xx bandmates Romy and Oliver Sim during his Glastonbury 2024 set.The trio reunited on the Woodsies Stage yesterday (June 28) when the ‘In Waves’ producer led his set into ‘Waited All Night’, a track off his forthcoming sophomore album that features both Romy and Sim.They went on to perform Jamie xx’s 2009 rework of Florence + the Machine‘s ‘You’ve Got the Love’, which itself a cover of the classic 1986 house song by The Source and Candi Staton. Before they took their leave, fans also watched Romy and Sims take part in a group hug with Jamie.Social media users on Twitter/X shared their excitement at the reunion of the indie pop trio, who last performed together as a band in 2018.

Glastonbury 2024: Sugababes fans react to overcrowding at West Holts stage - www.nme.com
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 02:31

Glastonbury 2024: Sugababes fans react to overcrowding at West Holts stage

Sugababes have taken to social media to air their grievances against Glastonbury after overcrowding led to the West Holts stage being closed off to a large number of attendees on Friday.On Friday (June 28), Sugababes performed at the West Holts stage. However, what was meant to be a joyous affair for fans turned into frustration as a large portion of fans were turned away from entering the stage area to watch the group.For the second time in a row, stages to Sugababes sets at Glastonbury were blocked off due to overcrowding.

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what Fontaines D.C. played - www.nme.com - Ireland - Dublin - county Cook - county Norman
nme.com
28.06.2024 / 23:53

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what Fontaines D.C. played

Fontaines D.C. have closed out the Park Stage on Friday night at Glastonbury 2024 – here’s what they played.The Dublin band performed to a packed Park Stage, as throngs of festival-goers crowded around the stage to see the last performance of the night.

Glastonbury 2024: 10 week old baby steals the show during Annie Mac’s set - www.ok.co.uk - Ireland
ok.co.uk
28.06.2024 / 18:03

Glastonbury 2024: 10 week old baby steals the show during Annie Mac’s set

A a 10 week old baby stole the show as Annie Mac opened the Other Stage at Glastonbury Festival. Baby Finlay was met with cheers as he appeared on the big screen multiple times. Irish DJ Annie, 45, opened Worthy Farm’s second biggest stage with an hour-long set of dance hits from 11.30am on Friday, 28 June.

Billy Bragg talks activism at Glastonbury 2024: “We’re trying to put forward a vision of a better world” - www.nme.com - Britain - Israel - Palestine
nme.com
25.06.2024 / 16:33

Billy Bragg talks activism at Glastonbury 2024: “We’re trying to put forward a vision of a better world”

Billy Bragg has spoken to NME about what to expect from the activism, political discussion and live music from the Left Field at Glastonbury 2024 – hoping to “put forward a vision of a better world” ahead of the General Election.The Left Field area is organised and co-founded by the punk-folk icon Bragg and Juliet Wills, and was first designed in the year 2000 to promote left-wing politics and political action; a place for Glasto-goers to “recharge your activism”.This year’s line-up will see performances from the likes of English Teacher, Bob Vylan, Sprints, Billy Nomates, Trampolene, Lottery Winners and Pillow Queens, as well as talks and debates around subjects including trans liberation, the Israel and Palestine conflict, the post office scandal, immigration and the housing crisis.A post shared by Glastonbury Left Field (@glastoleftfield)“There’s a general election coming [on July 4], and that’s why we’re looking at these issues,” Bragg told NME. “Housing, immigration, accountability – we’re looking at trans rights as well.

Rapman on Netflix’s ‘Groundbreaking’ All-Black Sci-Fi Series ‘Supacell’: ‘I Couldn’t Believe They Were Actually Going to Let Me Make It’ - variety.com - Britain - France - USA - county Story
variety.com
25.06.2024 / 13:25

Rapman on Netflix’s ‘Groundbreaking’ All-Black Sci-Fi Series ‘Supacell’: ‘I Couldn’t Believe They Were Actually Going to Let Me Make It’

Alex Ritman Back in early 2020, the British musician turned filmmaker Andrew Onwubolu — better known by his stage name Rapman — was readying for the release of his feature directorial debut “Blue Story” in the U.S. Based on his own experience living in South London, the musical crime drama tells the story of two friends from different neighborhoods who become embroiled in deadly gang wars. The film had already been a hit on home soil, making £4.7 million ($6 million) from a budget of £1.4 million ($1.8 million) the previous November, becoming the most successful British urban film of all time.

‘Lock, Stock’ and ‘Nil By Mouth’ actor Steve Sweeney dies aged 74 - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
20.06.2024 / 15:25

‘Lock, Stock’ and ‘Nil By Mouth’ actor Steve Sweeney dies aged 74

Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels and Nil By Mouth, has died at the age of 74.His cause of death has not yet been revealed. Sweeney’s co-star on the latter, comedian and actor Kathy Burke, took to X to pay tribute to the actor.She wrote earlier today (June 20): “Heard the sad news last night that UK actor and old friend, Steve Sweeney has passed away.“He was brilliant in many theatre and film productions incl Lock Stock & Nil By Mouth and was a favourite of genius director Alan Clarke.”She added: “Once met, never forgotten.

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