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Top 10 Music Magazines

Top 10 Music Magazines

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Subscribe to Entertainment Weekly
This weekly publication provides the latest news on celebrities, film, and television, including unique sections that recommend the best shows airing on a particular week, and in-depth information about modern celebrities.
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Subscribe to Rolling Stone
For edgy news coverage that focuses on music, pop-culture, and celebrity, Rolling Stone Magazine is a well-known source for often controversial interviews and articles.
3
Subscribe to Variety
Covering all aspects of the entertainment industry, Variety does not limit itself to one medium. Among its covered topics are film, television, music, and pop-culture.
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Subscribe to Billboard
For in-depth coverage of top artists in the music industry, Billboard is the expert source. Featuring charts that show the progress of your favorite artists, profiles and interviews, in addition to news, reviews, and informative lists, Billboard is your one-stop-shop for info on the music industry.
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Subscribe to Nme Special Series
Special issues of New Musical Experience magazine feature the challenges of a particular band, along with their rise to success and problems that they face. NME is massively popular in the UK.
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Subscribe to Sound On Sound
Sound on Sound is fully-loaded with various forms of making music, and features the latest in software, hardware, and other trends and innovations.
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Subscribe to DJ
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With each issue coming with a CD of recommended dance music, DJ magazine is a prominent source of information for DJ's, clubs, and electronic music.
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Subscribe to Alternative Press
This 30 year old publication provides all you need to know about underground music, musicians, reviews, and venues.
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Subscribe to Premier Guitar
Guitarists of all levels can get something positive out of Premier Guitar, a magazine that offers expert advice, DIY plans, and interviews with industry giants.
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Subscribe to Mixmag
For the internationally respected source on DJ's and dance music, Mixmag has it covered. Learn about the people and places that are relevant to electronic music in this publication.

All Music Magazines - A to Z

Acoustic Guitar covers a wide variety of styles and influences, focusing on all of the appealing aspects of playing at various skill levels.
This 30 year old publication provides all you need to know about underground music, musicians, reviews, and venues.
Transcending genres, American Songwriter covers all types of American music, including rock, country, and hip hop.
Bass guitarists really add a lot to a band, and Bass Player has the news and tips any bassist will find useful.
For in-depth coverage of top artists in the music industry, Billboard is the expert source. Featuring charts that show the progress of your favorite artists, profiles and interviews, in addition to news, reviews, and informative lists, Billboard is your one-stop-shop for info on the music industry.
The finer points in fashion and design, music, culture and haute industries from around the world are highlighted in Cielo Magazine.
Dance Magazine caters to all-types of dancers and dance enthusiasts, and includes high-quality photography, articles, and news on various dance trends.
Subscribe to DJ
With each issue coming with a CD of recommended dance music, DJ magazine is a prominent source of information for DJ's, clubs, and electronic music.
Covering all major topics related to drumming, Drum! is a magazine dedicated to helping you get the most out of your drum set or drumming career.
Dummy is an extremely popular magazine that tracks great new independent music from around the world, and boasts 150,000 new subscribers each month.
There are numerous ways of creating electronic music, and Electronic Musician is a magazine that covers them all, including synthesizers and keyboards.
This weekly publication provides the latest news on celebrities, film, and television, including unique sections that recommend the best shows airing on a particular week, and in-depth information about modern celebrities.
Classical music is still a popularly played style, and Gramophone is dedicated to all of the instruments and talents associated with classical music.
Guitar Player is a must-have for any guitarist. It includes song tabs so you can learn to play, in addition to product reviews and tons more about the guitar playing lifestyle.
Jazz is an enormously vibrant style of music, and Jazz Times fills you in on the people, gear, and most importantly, the music that makes jazz so appealing.
Kerrang Legends is your go-to source for the trendsetters in rock, metal, and heavy metal styles of music.
Containing a massive array of information useful to keyboard players, Keyboard magazine features interviews, product reviews, and expert advice.
Subscribe to Mix
Professionals in the audio industry will be into Mix magazine, a publication that follows the latest gear, technology, and news regarding audio.
For the internationally respected source on DJ's and dance music, Mixmag has it covered. Learn about the people and places that are relevant to electronic music in this publication.
The goal of Mojo UK is to celebrate the love of music. This includes coverage of all genres, legends of the past, and even up and coming stars.
Mojo Special is the quarterly version of Mojo magazine, and is a high-quality edition that contains tons of info on a musician or genre.
A weekly publication covering the music business, Music Week has been a prominent source for decades.
Special issues of New Musical Experience magazine feature the challenges of a particular band, along with their rise to success and problems that they face. NME is massively popular in the UK.
Anyone who is into ballet will appreciate Pointe Magazine, a magazine dedicated to the people, skills, and events that make ballet a passion for many around the world.
Guitarists of all levels can get something positive out of Premier Guitar, a magazine that offers expert advice, DIY plans, and interviews with industry giants.
Covering everything from broadcasting to audio venues, Professional Sound is the ideal magazine for the audio professional.
Originally created as a magazine dedicated to the Grateful Dead, Relix has expanded to covering numerous bands, and various types of live music.
For edgy news coverage that focuses on music, pop-culture, and celebrity, Rolling Stone Magazine is a well-known source for often controversial interviews and articles.
Sound on Sound is fully-loaded with various forms of making music, and features the latest in software, hardware, and other trends and innovations.
For the violin, cello, or bassist in your life, Strings is dedicated to providing the latest info on bow stringed instruments.
For an alternative music magazine that provides three free CD's with an annual prescription, check out The Wire.
A U.K. magazine that covers interesting people and performances in both the music and film industries, Uncut is a magazine for those who truly love their movies and bands.
Great music often goes unnoticed, and Under the Radar is the magazine dedicated to alleviating that problem, with coverage of independent bands, music, and venues.
Covering all aspects of the entertainment industry, Variety does not limit itself to one medium. Among its covered topics are film, television, music, and pop-culture.

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