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I See You (magazine)
Cat: 745204 Rel: 13 Sep 19
 
limited edition zine
Notes: Crack Magazine and Thom Yorke have collaborated on a limited-edition zine, titled I See You.

The zine comprises interviews with eight artists, activists and musicians chosen by Yorke, who answer questions set by him. The zine is prefaced by Thom answering the questions himself.

The zine features pioneering electronic music composer Laurie Spiegel, writer and environmentalist George Monbiot, Edinburgh poet Harry Josephine Giles, New York contemporary artist Amy Cutler, fashion designer Jun Takahashi, director and screenwriter Luca Guadagnino, experimental musician Kali Malone and Brooklyn-based visual artist Christian Holstad.

Thom Yorke has decided to donate any profits from the zine to Greenpeace.

I See You is printed by Generation Press, a leading organisation in sustainable printing.
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 1 in stock $21.79
Cat: 761073 Rel: 07 Jan 20
 
magazine
Notes: A BUMPER SEASONAL PACKAGE, pairing a deep dive inside the genius of Leonard Cohen (plus the exclusive story of the posthumous new album, Thanks For The Dance) with our indispensable Review Of The Year, featuring the 75 Best New Albums of 2019, best reissues and the best releases in specialist genres - all presented in a handy and stylish additional book. The covermount CD is a comprehensive Best Of 2019, including tracks by Nick Cave, Underworld, Sharon Van Etten, Bill Callahan, Cate Le Bon and Fat White Family. Also in the issue: Ginger Baker - the full story; Brittany Howard's solo breakout; the birth of Madness; Beck's back pages; and Fontaines DC's brilliant year. Not to mention: Springsteen, Hendrix, Nilsson, Lana Del Rey, Paul Butterfield, Jaz Coleman, Mark Hollis, Weller's avant garde EP... and Ivor Cutler. Plus: Officially The Greatest Christmas Albums Of All Time!
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 2 in stock $6.81
Shindig! Issue 93 (magazine)
Cat: 738134 Rel: 04 Jul 19
 
Feat Brian Jones, Roky Erickson, Badfinger & more!
Notes: Shindig! 93 features Brian Jones on the front cover - with an article celebrating his legacy upon the 50th anniversary of his death - and also has features on Roky Erickson, Nick Garrie, Badfinger, Rosalie Cunningham, and Happy End.
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 1 in stock $8.44
Shindig! Issue 94 (magazine)
Cat: 741577 Rel: 01 Aug 19
 
Feat Sweet, Ray Davies, Brian Jones, Badfinger, Lee Moses & more!
Notes: Shindig! is an eclectic cornucopia overflowing with obscure TV and film, psychedelia, folk, garage rock, folk rock, progressive rock, funk and soul. Contributions from its team of international expert writers ensure that new and intriguing tales about influential artists fill every issue. Shindig has established itself as a cutting edge forum and critique of the glories of 60s and 70s music, film and culture.

Shindig! 94 features Sweet on the front cover - with an article that traces the power struggles that signalled the group's mid-70s transformation - and also has features on Ray Davies, Brian Jones, Badfinger, Lee Moses and Bert Sommer.
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 1 in stock $8.44
Shindig! Issue 95 (magazine)
Cat: 746079 Rel: 04 Sep 19
 
Feat The Stooges, Love, Brian Jones, Gruff Rhys & more!
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 95 contains features on The Stooges, Status Quo's Francis Rossi, Love, Brian Jones, Magma, Gruff Rhys, Cigarettes, Gospelbeach, Blues Magoos, Fabienne Delsol and many more. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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Shindig! Issue 98 (magazine)
Cat: 758190 Rel: 05 Dec 19
 
Feat White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Byrds, The Band & more!
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 98 contains features on the year 1969, White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Jay Vons, The Byrds, The Band, Fleur and more. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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 1 in stock $8.44
Cat: 702131 Rel: 12 Nov 19
 
Feat Cassie Kinoshi, Tenderlonious, Femi Koleoso, Joe Armon-Jones & more!
Notes: #SNC99 - over 130 pages - connects with band-leaders Cassie Kinoshi (SEED Ensemble), Tenderlonious (22a), Femi Koleoso (Ezra Collective) and keys whiz Joe Armon-Jones.

Also in the mix are a host of spirited individuals like Midori Takada, Nabihah Iqbal, Nat Birchall and Ben LeMar Gay. The London- Lagos-Accra connection is explored alongside Durban's Qgom scene.

On the indie imprint tip there's Gondwana, Jazz re:freshed, Detroit Love and On the Corner.

For the crate diggers there's Motown's Black Forum + nuff reviews. There's no room for complacency when it comes to getting your copy.
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 3 in stock $17.16
Cat: 742447 Rel: 04 Nov 19
 
Feat Night Shadows, Randy Holden, Wally Bryson & more!
Notes: This issue turns up the volume all the way for the story of Randy Holden's days with Blue Cheer along with the making of his revered heavy rock colossus 'Population II'. From the sixties garage band universe, there's must-read features on the Night Shadows (a.k.a. Little Phil & the Night Shadows) from Atlanta, Georgia, and the Bad Seeds ('King Of The Soap Box') from Northern Kentucky. Also fascinating interviews with Wally Bryson (the Choir, Cyrus Erie, Raspberries), John Dalton of the Kinks and the (pre-Creation) Mark Four, Wally Bryson, and the second and final installment of Phil Milstein's epic conversation with the erudite Lenny Kaye, rock writer supreme and Patti Smith's right-hand man. Harvey Kubernik covers (Ike and) Tina Turner in the '60s and '70s; Greg Prevost looks at some Johnny Thunders/Heartbreakers collectibles (with a running commentary from Johnny himself), Eric Davidson takes the lid off the epic new Peter Laughner box set, King Khan reveals the secrets of the Black Power Tarot, and Tim Stegall pays tribute to the recently departed Roky Erickson. All this and more, including the expansive review sections covering the latest reissues and rock-related books.
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 1 in stock $11.44
Cat: 732654 Rel: 16 Aug 19
 
New European edition of Wax Poetics magazine
Notes: The iconic Wax Poetics returns to Europe with this unique Collector's Edition. After a brief hiatus from the shelves, the magazine is returning in its original format, size, and structure. This Collector's Edition will feature classic articles (inc Melvin Bliss & Gary Bartz) from the Wax Poetics vaults plus new words about the ever-growing London jazz scene and a look back at its acid jazz movement. Expect the magazine to continue to close the gap in music journalism between coverage of contemporary artists and celebration of classic trailblazers.

128+ pages in full glorious colour.
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 1 in stock $14.15
Cat: 757380 Rel: 05 Dec 19
 
2019 Rewind Edition: The Year In Underground Music - plus Hildur Gudnadottir, Tony Conrad, Bob Mould & more!
Notes: 2019 Rewind: Our massive annual survey of the last 12 months in underground music, including our definitive records of the year charts; opinion, analysis, musings and reflections from 2019's most active and influential critics, artists and musicians; plus Claire Sawers on science fiction in contemporary sounds from Moor Mother to Clipping; Rob Turner on new journeys in longform listening; Emily Bick on why music criticism matters, and more!
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 2 in stock $6.53
Cat: 735536 Rel: 05 Jun 19
 
Feat Moor Mother, Ellen Arkbro, Bohman Brothers & more!
Notes: Moor Mother - Philadelphia poet, punk, polymath and noise maker Camae Ayewa has been kicking against the system with collaborations including Irreversible Entanglements, Kevin Martin aka The Bug, alongside her own mixtapes and albums addressing the legacy of colonialism and present day police violence. Plus: Latin freestyle - Peter Shapiro provides a user's guide to 1980s-era New York's freshest and flyest dance sound; Ellen Arkbro - the Swedish composer and La Monte Young student talks drones and tones.
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 1 in stock $5.72
Cat: 651978 Rel: 06 Jun 17
 
Feat JG Biberkopf, DJ Stingray, Marlene Engel, Grebenstein, Interstellar Funk, Brain Case & more!
Notes: Zweikommasieben is a Swiss magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary club culture since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition, Zweikommasieben organizes concerts, parties, club nights, matinees, raves and other fun events in various cities.
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 1 in stock $10.45
Cat: 711924 Rel: 05 Dec 18
 
Feat Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy & more!
Notes: Latest issue of Zweikommasieben Magazine. It features interviews with Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Vladimir Ivkovic, Eartheater, Lorenzo Senni, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy, and a portrait about Queeste. Furthermore, you'll find the essays "Echoes and Minerals," "I Dance Alone," "Platforms Beyond Prediction," and "Still Standing," as well as contributions by Tomoko Sauvage, Pierre Berthet, and Belia Winnewisser & Vinzenz Meyner in the magazine. Finally, there's the usual suspects aka the columns that are "Basslines," "Soundtexts" and "We Are Time."
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 1 in stock $13.06
Cat: 756971 Rel: 10 Dec 19
 
Music & culture magazine, featuring Kelly Moran, DJ Lyzza, Kelman Duran, Cia Rinne & more!
Notes: zweikommasieben is a magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary music and sounds since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition, zweikommasieben organizes a variety of events, concerts, and performances.

The twentieth issue of zweikommasieben Magazin tries once again to trace what forces shape contemporary musical practice and its underlying aesthetic premises. It features interviews with artists like pianist and composer Kelly Moran, who discusses her desire to give a more palpable form to her emotions through her music. DJ Lyzza and performer Aya understand their work in terms of the impact it might have on the nightlife and its attitude towards minorities and marginalized groups. Kelman Duran, whose music offers a melancholic echo to the history of reggaeton, describes how he attempts to keep his compositions clear of most discursive ballast. These interviews (and more) are complemented with columns and contributions, including the poetry of Cia Rinne, a photographic essay by Georg Gatsas as well as pieces by Paul Woolford and Sea Urchin.

The artists featured and their musical practices may raise questions that have been exhaustively debated in other disciplines of art. However, these contexts are neither more suited to address them, nor have those questions been answered with any degree of finality. The latter claim, in particular, would be naive and zweikommasieben #20 proves that there are a myriad of ways of addressing these questions in aesthetic discourse.
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 1 in stock $12.80
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