NME Australia Magazine - March 2021
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In the March 2021 issue of NME Australia magazine: Skegss prove they are more than ready for the big time, Fijian-Australian rap phenom Jesswar blazes a new trail with her debut EP 'Tropixx', and director Seth Larney rebuilds the world for his eco sci-fi film '2067'
Skegss' new album may be titled 'Rehearsal' but as their raucous gig at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl showed, the Byron bay trio are more than ready for the big time
The 19-year-old soulful singer-songwriter and Matt corby mentee offers vibey, relatable R&B
It Takes Two is Hazelight's essential quaratine romcom experience for two - and a gamified couples therapy
A PATH AWAY FROM PAIN
Julien Baker's third album recounts the ups and downs of getting bvack on track. In exploring a new, fuleer sound, the Nashville singer-songwriter leaned into uncertainty
Fijian-Australian rap phenom Jesswar tells NME about the road to her searing debut EP 'Tropixx'
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