MAGAZINE Issue 05: April 2020

Issue 05: April 2020

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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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ON SOLID GROUND

A year ago, Tash Sultana was burnt out. So they adapted. The singer-songwriter is now learning to find strength in a new backing band, taking it slow – and growing zucchini

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DREAM GIRL

Grace Shaw shot to fame with a song about her beloved dog, Charlie. The artist better known as Mallrat Skypes us from self-quarantine to talk her debut album and coming into her own as a producer

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BREAKING UP WITH BRITAIN

Riz Ahmed on growing up in the UK, his rap career and his new album ‘The Long Goodbye’

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HEAVY DUTY

Cable Ties’ second album ‘Far Enough’ is a fiery take on a complex world. We meet the trio to chat about how to find hope in such dangerous times

Also In This Issue:

  • The Strokes: ‘The New Abnormal’
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake
  • SUPEREGO: Fremantle’s newest hip-hop renegades

This issue will begin shipping the week of 11th May 2020.

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