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How to get your copy of the NME Magazine November/December 2023 issue

The last NME Magazine issue of the year is out this week: here’s how you can get your copy of the November/December 2023 issue.

Having first launched in 1952, NME’s last printed edition of the weekly incarnation of the magazine stopped in 2018. The July/August 2023 issue marked NME’s return to print as a bi-monthly global magazine 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.

The first two issues, with d4vd and ENHYPEN on the cover, both sold out in minutes upon its launch. Now, we’re gearing up for the release of the November/December 2023 issue, which will go on sale this Thursday November 30 at 2pm GMT. The magazine will be available exclusively at retailer Dawsons. Head here for the waiting room, which is open now.

Each issue of the brand-new NME magazine is fronted by an edition of The Cover: NME’s flagship editorial property that champions emerging talent, elevating new artists and bands as part of our commitment to global new music discovery. The cover artist of the November/December 2023 issue is staying secret for now – but all will be revealed on Thursday.

Subscribe here for more information about the magazine and an exclusive queue jump opportunity, where readers can get their hands on a copy before anyone else. NME will be sending out queue jump tickets an hour before the on-sale to randomly chosen readers signed up to the NME Magazine mailing list.

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