Mick Jagger with harmonica

The Best Music Merch Gifts of 2023

"It's JUST what I wanted!"

The Christmas season is BACK, and it’s time for music lovers to think beyond the usual CDs and vinyl records when drafting their wishlists. This year, artists are stepping up their game, offering fans an array of unique and personality-driven merchandise.

From Tina Turner Barbie dolls and Mick Jagger harmonicas to The Cure trading cards, there’s a wealth of creative goodies on offer. Dive into our curated selection of the most interesting and quirky artist music merch available this festive season, perfect for gifting to loved ones or treating yourself.

Barbie-Bundle

READ MORE: Tina Turner | An icon lost, an astounding legacy left behind


MJ_Flat_Lay_01

READ MORE: From Dartford Station to Hackney Diamonds | 12 defining moments of The Rolling Stones


SM_Scarf_Transparent

READ MORE: Sleaford Mods interview: ‘The working-class experience is too brutal for people. They don’t want to hear it’


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The Cure tour trading cards
billy porter hand fan

READ MORE: Billy Porter interview: ‘It took me 25 years to get the gatekeepers of the industry to take me seriously’


jungle fight bag

READ MORE: Jungle interview: ‘Our new album is a real escape for us – and it can be the same for everyone else’


yungblud scared to be happier hat

READ MORE: ‘There’s no limit to what direction we can take’ | How Yungblud’s shows are created


Matt Maltese hoodie

READ MORE: Matt Maltese interview: ‘I don’t think I can get much more vulnerable than this’


Kurt Vile Lunchbox

READ MORE: “People were watching me suspiciously” | Kurt Vile on being awkward around Neil Young, collabs with Charli XCX, and the friends he’s lost


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