NME Australia Magazine - June 2021
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In the June 2021 issue of NME Australia magazine: Hiatus Kaiyote return with a record that celebrates life, Quivers on their "accidental" album about togetherness and friendship, and the best Aussie albums, films and TV shows of 2021 - so far
A LIFE LESS ORDINARY
After front woman Nai Palm's cancer battle and amid a pandemic, Melbourne's genre-fluid mavericks Hiatus Kaiyote have returned with a record that celebrates life
FROM TEXAS WITH VAMPIRES
"It's the ultimate expression of vulnerability" - Xalavier Nelso Jr. on his next game, El Paso, Elsewhere
THE BEST AUSTRALIAN ALBUMS OF 2021
Best-of lists are always difficult to put together, especially given that Australia is home to so much amazing musical talent - talent that flourishes even amid uncertainty and hardship, as the pandemic has illustrated. Here, however, we've shortlisted 15 of the best Australian-made records of 2021 so far. Get stuck in
THE BEST AUSTRALIAN FILM & TV OF 2021 * SO FAR
The cinemas are back! Well, sort of: thet're lighter on content and prone to occasional lockdowns, but there are some thoroughly decent films on the bill. Homegrown productions have done suprisingly well, at one point making history by taking the top three spots at the local box office - while other titles were always going to draw smaller audiences. On the teev, the line-up of top-notch shows so far in 2021 has been eclectic - spanning masterful drama, witty black comedies, an electrifying documentary and more. Now that we've hit teh halfway mark of 2021 (holy hell, that went quickly) her's NME's picks for the best Australian releases on the big and small screens so far this year.
THE LAZY EYES
Sydney psychedelic rock upstarts talk escapist jams on their Melody's Echo Chamber-influenced 'EP2"
Also In This Issue:
- Quivers on their accidental album 'Golden Doubt'