Be Our Valentine? The February Issue Of 'The Music' Is On The Streets Now

6 February 2020 | 2:45 pm | Staff Writer

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Did you miss us? After a bumper double issue across December and January where we welcomed The Annual into the world, we're back to our regularly scheduled programming. And we'd love to introduce you to our latest edition. 

We're feeling the love this month, and not because it's almost Valentine's Day. Really, the most important thing about 14 February this year is the release of Tame Impala's latest album. Main man and cover star Kevin Parker had a yarn with our senior contributor Bryget Chrisfield about his fear that things could grind to a halt, a love of the Bee Gees and that phone call with Mick Jagger. 

There's also a hilarious chat with emu scholar Jack Whitehall, where we learn about his obsession with the flightless bird, and have a wholesome conversation with Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino about learning to feel compassion for yourself. Weyes Blood talks about hope as a commodity, we look at how the arts community rallied to fundraise for fire-affected communities, and we chat to Dunder Mifflin Scranton’s Head Of Quality Assurance (aka Creed Bratton from The Office).

We've also penned an adaption wishlist - isn't King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's Murder Of The Universe prime sci-fi/fantasy fodder? - and you can test your knowledge about love songs in our monthly themed quiz. Don't forget it's a leap year too. If you need some inspiration about what to do with your extra day, we've got you covered. 

Plus there's the usual album reviews, the best and worst of the month's zeitgeist, the month's best binge watching, and all the tours you can't miss.

If you haven't picked up a copy already, mags are out on the street in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane now so grab one while you can. 

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