NME Australia Magazine - December 2020

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In the December 2020 issue of NME Australia magazine: the best homegrown music, films and TV shows of 2020, Something For Kate don't believe in miracles, BLESSED embraces his true self, and, from neon-drenched Night City, Cyberpunk 2077 dreams of electric sheep.

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BEST OF 2020

Let’s not mince words: it’s been a thoroughly shitty year. 2020 has been defined by bleakness and isolation, but there have been a few bright sparks that made the last 12 months slightly more bearable. These are the best Aussie films, TV shows and music from a year we'd all like to forget

MIRACLES DON'T HAPPEN

Paul Dempsey, a man of science in an age of conspiracists, tells us all about ‘The Modern Medieval’, Something For Kate’s first album in eight years

HALLOWED BE THY NAME

BLESSED, the early Kid LAROI collaborator formerly known as Miracle, returns with a new moniker and genre-busting ‘debut’ album

BREAKING BARRIERS

Why Monica Zanetti, the writer-director of Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), is set on telling LGBTQ+ stories with sensitivity

TEARS IN RAIN

How Mike Pondsmith, founding father of Cyberpunk, turned a pen-and-paper RPG into an AAA video game

Also In This Issue:

  • Most anticipated Aussie albums of 2021
  • Yungblud: 'weird!'
  • David Fincher's opus, Mank
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