Publications

Issue 36: November 2022

In the November 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Ninajirachi, Melbourne R&B artist r.em.edy, alt-pop riser Jawny and more

Issue 35: October 2022

In the October 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Melbourne singer-songwriter Suzi, surf-rockers The Terrys, Jamie Lee Curtis and more

Issue 34: September 2022

In the September 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Parkway Drive on their latest album 'Darker Still,' Melbourne MC Agung Mango, Ruby Gill on her debut album, Moonage Daydream and more

Issue 33: August 2022

In the August 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Julia Jacklin on her latest album 'Pre Pleasure,' DPR Ian on his debut solo album, Stranger Things star Maya Hawke, Metal: Hellsinger and more

Issue 32: July 2022

In the July 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: King Stingray talk their debut self-titled album, Thelma Plum on her “love letter to Brissy”, rough-and-tumble rockers Beddy Rays, behind the scenes of 6 Festivals and more

Issue 31: June 2022

In the June 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Sampa The Great talks her new album ‘As Above, So Below’, rising hardcore heroes Speed, glam post-punks Johnny Hunter, plus the year in music, film and TV so far

Issue 30: May 2022

In the May 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Daniel Johns, Warpaint, Sophie May, Warren Ellis and more

Issue 29: April 2022

In the April 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Mallrat opens up about her enthralling debut album 'Butterfly Blue', Nathan Hudson returns as Faker, and Oscar Isaac takes us inside Marvel's weirdest and wildest show yet, 'Moon Knight'

Issue 28: March 2022

In the March 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Hatchie gets poppy and personal on new album ‘Giving The World Away’, Dallas Woods steps into the spotlight, and we demystify the Riddler with Paul Dano

Issue 27: February 2022

In the February 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine: Camp Cope capture the zeitgeist differently on new album ‘Running With The Hurricane’, Huskii gears up for a new era, and an audience with ‘Euphoria’ breakout star Angus Cloud
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