MAGAZINE Issue 13: December 2020

Issue 13: December 2020

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In the December 2020 issue of NME Australia magazine: the best homegrown music, films and TV shows of 2020, Something For Kate don't believe in miracles, BLESSED embraces his true self, and, from neon-drenched Night City, 'Cyberpunk 2077' dreams of electric sheep

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BEST OF 2020

Let’s not mince words: it’s been a thoroughly shitty year. 2020 has been defined by bleakness and isolation, but there have been a few bright sparks that made the last 12 months slightly more bearable. These are the best Aussie films, TV shows and music from a year we’d all like to forget

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MIRACLES DON’T HAPPEN

Paul Dempsey, a man of science in an age of conspiracists, tells us all about ‘The Modern Medieval’, Something For Kate’s first album in eight years

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HALLOWED BE THY NAME

BLESSED, the early Kid LAROI collaborator formerly known as Miracle, returns with a new moniker and genre-busting ‘debut’ album

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BREAKING BARRIERS

Why Monica Zanetti, the writer-director of Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), is set on telling LGBTQ+ stories with sensitivity

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TEARS IN RAIN

How Mike Pondsmith, founding father of Cyberpunk, turned a pen-and-paper RPG into an AAA video game

Also In This Issue:

  • Most anticipated Aussie albums of 2021
  • Yungblud: ‘weird!’
  • David Fincher’s opus, Mank

This issue will begin shipping the week of 4 January 2021.

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