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    FEATURES

  • NMEThe Glasto Times 2014
    Welcome to NME’s spectacular 18-page special, kicking off with Arcade Fire and their journey from Earls Court to headlining the Pyramid Stage. There are definitive reviews of the biggest sets, including Metallica, Jack White and Kasabian, a catch-up with Jake Bugg, reports from the Left Field and dance stages, verdicts on all the best new bands, and the ultimate endurance test: 26 hours in Somerset with Fat White Family. Deep breath, everyone...
  • NMEGlastonbury: The Pictures
    Twenty pages of the best festival photography from the greatest show on Earth. And don’t forget your huge double-sided pull-out poster in the centerfold, including an aerial view of the whole site.
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    PLUS

  • In The Studio - Merchandise
  • Anatomy Of An Album - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, 'Déjà Vu'
  • Soundtrack Of My Life - Conor Oberst
  • Interviews:
    • The Prodigy
    • Paul Weller
    • DD Dumbo
    • Arcade Fire
    • Simian Mobile Disco
  • Album Reviews:
    • Jungle
    • Shamir
    • Pale Seas
    • Viet Cong
    • Wolves In The Throne Room
    • Example
    • Hundred Waters
    • Twin Peaks
    • BL_NK SP_C_S
    • The Acid
    • Eugene McGuinness
    • Comet Gain
    • Yip Deceiver
    • Cloud Boat
    • FILM: The Man Whose Mind Exploded
    • DVD: Adam Ant – The Blueback Hussar
    • DVD: The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Caught Live:
    • Radkey
    • Interpol
    • White Lung
    • Coves
    • FKA Twigs
    • Dizzee Rascal
    • Katy B
    • Nick Zinner & Friends
    • Parquet Courts
    • The Proper Ornaments

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