Top of the Pops magazine is a monthly publication published by BBC Magazines. It features chart information, star gossip, fashion and beauty advice, quizzes, song lyrics and posters. It is a supplementary magazine for the TV show Top of the Pops until the latter was cancelled in 2006. The magazine was launched in February 1995 and is famous for giving girl group The Spice Girls their nicknames. Alongside a revamp of the TV show, it was originally marketed as the missing link between Smash Hits and NME, but its format was gradually changed, with less music content and a demographic shift to young girls. It is still in publication despite the cancellation of the TV show. The title has had several editors over the years, including Peter Lorraine, Corinna Schaffer and Rosalie Snaith, and contributing editors including Adam Tanswell. Its current editor is Peter Hart.
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Music Magazines in India are devoted to Indian Classical Music and Dance, Theatre, Bollywood Music, Light Music and Dance, Indian Musicians, Exclusive Interviews, Articles from Experts, Legendary Singers and Instrumentalists, Latest News, Reviews, Current Events, Music Launch, Music Industry, Shows and Performances, Artists and Gharanas, Music Therapy and many other things.