With NME, but asked by people who know what they’re talking about

Following on from my ill-constructed ramble about why I’m not keen on the paper form of the NME, there’s a couple of excellent pieces on the current state of the magazine.

Former writer Stephen Dalton has a fascinating analysis in The Times, and Andrew Collins posts up his interview, in full, with Dalton for the piece.

Both make points about the threat from online far better than I did, and the issues merit further discussion.

Not right now though, and not here. I’m practically falling asleep at my keyboard, to the point I spelt discussion with 4 ‘c’s.

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