In good news, Rolling Stone Australia is pushing ahead with the launch of its first print issues despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While the local music scene struggles amid social distancing measures and venue shutdowns, the mag is continuing to support the industry with its first print edition launching in May.
Rolling Stone Australia wrote in an online post: “Arriving on May 4th, the first issue of the magazine is set to be a major addition to the music and publishing industry, and is set to ensure lovers of music, sports, politics, and culture have everything they could ever dream of in one sharp homegrown package, while also helping to support long form journalism in the process.”
Aussie singer Tones And I has been revealed as the mag’s first cover following a huge year for the artist.
In an eight-page cover feature, with exclusive photography by Giulia McGauran (GG McG) and a poster, Rolling Stone Australia deep dives into the world of Tones And I and her rise to fame.
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