Featured Music Magazines
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More About Music Magazines
What's a music buff to do while enjoying the latest tracks? Why, flip through the pages of a music magazine, of course. Music-focused titles are packed with suggestions of bands to watch, songs to download and concerts to attend. True aficionados have a soft spot for quintessential music mag Rolling Stone, a publication that's been covering the industry for more than 40 years. With in-depth band and artist profiles, tons of CD and song reviews, and iconic photography, Rolling Stone has remained a favorite even as it has transitioned into more of a general pop culture magazine. If you're all about the music, titles like Spin may be up your alley. Spin grants readers a backstage pass to fans of rock ?n' roll, keeping listeners up to date on their favorite artists and tracking trends to predict the ?ones to watch.? For music fans who are into discovering new bands, Paste Magazine is a good bet. Paste prides itself on its genre-spanning scope and attention to songwriting, and each issue comes with a sampler CD, so you're always the first to hear up-and-comers. If you love hip hop and R&B music, check out XXL, a magazine dedicated to urban music and culture. And if making music is your bag, you can find tips on writing music and playing instruments in magazines like Acoustic Guitar, Strings and Making Music.