NME sales fall below 20,000

As the NME continues its slide into irrelevance, it is now selling far fewer copies that Classic Rock or Metal Hammer. It’s well past the point where we need to start questioning the extent to which its anti-rock world-view is still dominant. Why, for example, is the BBC’s “Later with Jools Holland” still dominated by NME-style bands?

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2 Responses to NME sales fall below 20,000

  1. Serdar says:

    I guess that makes them Public NME #1 no more!

    ::rimshot::