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