LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM; 30 JANUARY, 2024 – NME (nme.com), the world’s leading music and pop culture brand announces details of the January/February print edition of NME Magazine.
The Jan/Feb issue of NME lands on February 1st, with 2024’s first cover star revealed the moment the issue goes on sale via musical instrument retailer Dawsons (a part of Caldecott Music Group). Readers can head to the NME x Dawsons Waiting Room where the countdown to the on-sale has begun. Once the countdown hits zero at 14:00 GMT on February 1st, the magazine will be available for purchase. The latest issue of NME follows three sold-out editions in 2023 featuring cover stars d4vd, ENHYPEN, and Laufey.
An exclusive queue jump opportunity is available for superfans who want to get their hands on a copy before anyone else. NME will send queue jump tickets two hours before the on-sale to randomly chosen readers signed up to the NME Magazine mailing list.
Announced in July 2023, NME has returned to print to build on its peerless legacy of breaking what’s new and what’s next, providing music and pop culture obsessives, and the wider entertainment industry, with a bible that showcases the best new artists and bands on earth, alongside exclusive new franchises, unmissable features, industry insight and expert reviews of the latest music, TV, film, and gaming releases – all in NME’s inimitable style.
Launched in London, UK, in 1952 as the New Musical Express, NME has grown into a global media powerhouse that creates and curates content, products and experiences essential to fans of music and pop culture today. NME brings together the best writers and photographers to provide a multi-platform editorial offering that is at the bleeding edge of what matters most across the globe — be it music, film, TV or gaming. Intent on shining a spotlight on the artists and stories coming out of the world’s most compelling music scenes via NME.com, NME also has dedicated editions for Australia and Asia, using its distinctive voice and point of view to champion and celebrate established and emerging homegrown talent.
ABOUT NME NETWORKS
NME Networks is a global, next-generation media group that views the wider world of pop culture through the lens of music and connects artists and brands to music-obsessed audiences. Our portfolio of popular music-journalism brands, comprising NME, Guitar.com and MusicTech, takes audiences on a lifelong journey through musicianship and fandom. NME Networks is a part of Caldecott Music Group.
ABOUT CALDECOTT MUSIC GROUP
Headquartered in Singapore, Caldecott Music Group is a global music industry investor, innovator, and operator spanning multiple sectors, including digital (BandLab Technologies), media (NME Networks), and manufacturing and retail (Vista Musical Instruments). By integrating the physical, digital, and social supply chain around music, CMG brings together brands and people who are passionate about music, allowing them to deliver authentic content, products, and experiences for all music lovers.