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[magtext]Well what a year we've had, right? To celebrate it all NME have collected all the finest - and strangest - memories together in one issue. Feast your eyes on the big photographic moments - the Olympics, the Stone Roses, Pussy Riot - and let us remind you of why we laughed, cried and read far too much about Lana Del Rey.[/magtext]
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[subhead]NME Awards Voting Open![/subhead]
And onto next year, and more specifically next February and the annual NME Awards ceremony! It's your chance to have a say about who gets a gong and who doesn't. But not before some of the stars tell us who they tip.


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[subhead]Have Wu Lyf Really Split Up?[/subhead]
News that Wu Lyf might have split up sent shockwaves through the NME offices last weekend. So we had to investigate to find out if the news was really true…


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[subhead]Radar: Doldrums![/subhead]
Being best mates with Grimes can’t do much harm when you’re looking to break out into the scene. Read all about new rising star Doldrums and his warped music.


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[subhead]Iceage Live[/subhead]
The noise kings of Denmark bring their abrasive punk to these shores. Read the verdict. Also: live report from Crystal Castles.


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[subhead]NME Awards Gigs Announced[/subhead]
Every year NME bring you a quality roster of star power ahead of the NME Awards and 2013 will be no different. The first shows in the line-up are published this week including Fidlar, Tribes and Metz.


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[subhead]Christopher Owens – Out On His Own[/subhead]
Having left Girls behind him, Christopher Owens explains what he’s doing now and sheds more light on why everything had to end. Juicy.


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PLUS
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[li]The Buzz featuring Scoundrel, MT, Deafkid, Pink Dollaz, The Zolas[/li]
[li]Green Day, Rachel Zeffira, Sa Cisco and Willy Mason's album reviewed[/li]
[li]Tom Howard reviews the week's singles[/li]
[li]Crystal Castles, Purity Ring, A*M*E and Hype Williams' live shows reviewed[/li]
[li]On Repeat featuring Bo Ningen & Savages, Jai Paul and Suuns[/li]
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