Singapore – NME, a British music magazine that has expanded its reach in Asia, has announced the launch of NME Shop, a one-stop shop for music-related items, including official merchandise, vinyl records and music studio equipment.
Targeted primarily to the Singaporean, Malaysian and the Philippine market, items in the NME shop are curated by NME Asia’s members for regional and user preference.
Official merchandise sold in the shop include exclusive NME-branded merchandise and also band-themed items, including those from celebrities such as David Bowie, Black Sabbath, Daydreamer and Blondie.
Vinyl records and cassette tapes of official music releases are also available, from international celebrities such as Billie Eilish and The 1975, to Singapore-based artists such as The Observatory.
For music producers, equipment such as CD turntables, speakers, launchpads, and headsets are also available for purchase in the online shop.
“Since 1952 NME has been a musical tastemaker. It’s now grown into a global media powerhouse committed to creating and curating content, products and experiences essential to fans of music and pop culture today. We’re now extending our iconic tastemaking to physical music products, festival merch, and music gear to delight music lovers in Asia,” said Meng Ru Kuok, CEO of NME parent company BandLab Technologies.