Publications

Issue 12: November 2020

In the November 2020 issue of NME Australia magazine: The Avalanches shoot for the stars, 5SOS' Ashton Irwin steps out of the drum kit's shadow, Hachiku finds her footing in Melbourne, and OneFour big up their beginnings in Mount Druitt

Issue 11: October 2020

In the October 2020 issue of NME Australia magazine: Ruel takes the leap into adulthood, Chloe Alison Escott turns punk into poetry, CXLOE steps into her own with a solo album, and, leaving her bedroom in London, Beabadoobee instigates a teenage riot

Issue 10: September 2020

In the September 2020 issue of NME Australia magazine: OneFour define a new Australian genre, Mildlife mark their triumphant return, and Megan Washington admits she gave up on perfection and decided to just be herself

Issue 09: August 2020

In the August issue of NME Australia magazine: Troye Sivan dreams up his most honest record yet, Cut Copy tap into "Scandinavian minimal" for their cool new album, L-FRESH The LION bares his fangs, and, from quarantine in Sweden, Katherine Langford wears the crown of warrior queen

Issue 08: July 2020

In the July issue of NME Australia magazine: Cub Sport reckon with their religious upbringings on 'LIKE NIRVANA', Ziggy Ramo needs the world to hear his truth, and the Japanese-Australian filmmaker Natalie Erika James talks funeral rites and pregnancy horror

Issue 07: June 2020

In the June issue of NME Australia magazine: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever find their way back home, Jack Colwell paints his own mythical transformation, and, straight outta Compton, Ice Cube looks back at his journey from 'Boyz-N-The-Hood' to A-list comedy star

Issue 06: May 2020

In the May issue of NME Australia magazine: "over-sharer" G Flip wants the world to know the art and the artist are one and the same, Hayley Mary spells her doubts about livestreams, and, from London in lockdown, the fresh-faced leads of the hit series 'Normal People' talk about sex

Issue 05: April 2020

In our inaugural print issue of NME Australia magazine: the fearless Tash Sultana tells us how they bounced back from sheer exhaustion to craft a new record with a new band, Mallrat doesn’t care for the label “bedroom musician”, and, from the other side of the world, UK multi-hyphenate Riz Ahmed is sure that Britain has broken up with him
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