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What's New in Version 5.0
Minor bug fixes and enhancements
NME is definitely my favourite music magazine, simply because it's not snobby. It gives you reviews and information about the biggest bands in the world and also about smaller, lesser known bands. I have found out about so many new bands from NME and it's also lead to me going to a Palma Violets concert and getting people stage diving on me. It also lead to me accidentally holding a crowd surfer up by his crotch, but let's not get on to that... I love NME simply because it shows all my favourite bands, new and old, popular and lesser known and gives me insight to what's going on in the world of rock music. It also gives me the opportunity to find a ton of incredible new bands and as a fairly young person of 14, it gives me a break from my friends drilling on about how hot Harry Styles is.
I've been writing a music blog for the last year and a half, and finding inspiration can often be difficult. Although there are other bloggers out there like me to look up to, it's essential to see album reviews from a professional point of view. Not only have I learnt to structure my blog posts better as I read NME each week, but have enjoyed it as a hobby. It's also important to note that I've been downloading the magazine regally and have never had any technical difficulties.
So, yeah, I'd definitely recommend NME whether you want to sharpen your creative writing skills, you want to hear about the best music around or simply love reading about music. Get it.
Great content, always very informative
Always my first port of call for music news. A great magazine for discovering new bands and getting the latest info on the bands you already love.
This issue is an absolute cracker, the highlights for me being the reviews of the new howler and foster the people albums both of which i think are excellent as well as looking forward to peace's new album. Excellent as ever and vey convenient on mobile.
- Category: Music
- Updated: 07 March 2014
- Version: 5.0
- Size: 11.0 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: IPC Media Limited
- © IPC Media Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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