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Songlines, 2014. New Copy
All the greatness we've come to expect from Songlines – plus two bonus CDs as well! The issue features Scottish singer Julie Fowlis on the cover – plus features on Archie Roach, Maurice El Medioni, Pete Seeger, and the Songlings Music Awards – as well as a host of reviews on ... Magazine
Classic Rock (UK), 2014. New Copy
Emerson Lake & Palmer's classic Brain Salad Surgery – rebooted for the 21st Century! The issue looks at the classic album in all incarnations – and also features interviews with Mike Oldfield, Kate Bush, and Ian Anderson! Lots of reviews and other bits too – and a bonus CD ... Magazine
Mixmag (UK), 2014. New Copy
Hot Since 82 on the cover, and on the bonus mix CD as well! Other features include Detroit Swindle, Gary Numan, David Morales, Tood Terje, Move D, Route 94, Dena, Lenzman, and No Regular Play – plus a look at the emerging vinyl-only labels in dance music! Loads more reviews and news – ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2014. New Copy
The mighty Swamp Dogg is on the cover this time around – still going strong after all these years – and the issue also features articles on Gregg Smith, Pee Wee Hayes, and Lonnie Johnson in the 20s! And as usual, the emphasis here is on the "living" in the title – with ... Magazine
University Of Central Arkansas, 2014. New Copy
A mighty fine Spring '14 issue of Oxford American – truly one the best southern print resources for great writing! This issue feature Jamie Quatro's feature on prayers of Flannery O' Conner, a visit to Texas Island, Mississippi by Nathan Salsburg, Rachel Maddux hails Dayton, Tennessee, five ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2013. New Copy
One of the dueling cover story ssues of Wax Poetics – headed by great features on classic rap legend Big Daddy Kane, blue-eyed soul hero Daryl Hall, upstart hip hop gamer Joey Badass and progressive jazzy soul singer Jose James! Solid, worthy choices one and all – and pretty much every ... Magazine
Mojo, 2014. New Copy
Debbie Harry is on the cover, and the issue's got features on Blondie, The Specials, and other post-punk acts – plus a bonus CD of Death Disco grooves by The Fall, Public Image Ltd, Orange Juice, Cabaret Voltaire, Pere Ubu, Throbbing Gristle, and others! There's also a great article on Davie ... Magazine
Daily Mirror, 2014. New Copy
A special supplement to the UK's Daily Mirror – celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles in America! And yes, the newsstands this year have been filled with publications of this nature, but this is definitely one of the better ones – a special package that's as well-done as ... Magazine
Classic Rock (UK), 2014. New Copy
Mike Rutherford tells all about the glory days of Genesis – plus also offers words, along with Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins, about a possible group reunion! The issue also features the story behind Rush's Signals – the record that some feel is the group's last great album – ... Magazine
Double Crown, 2013. New Copy
A small magazine, but a sweet one too – especially if you dig 60s surf and guitar instrumentals! The issue's very heavy on text, with some nice black and white photos too – and highlights include an interview with Australia's legendary The Atlantics, a remembrance of Eddie Bertrand of ... Magazine
Flashback (UK), 2013. New Copy
Over 200 pages, with a heavy cover, full color images, and the kind of in-depth presentation that almost makes Flashback more of a book than a magazine! The cover feature looks at the fuzzy folk rock combo Trees – and other big articles include Wilkinson Tri Cycle, Mandrake Memorial, July, ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2013. New Copy
Wax Poetics hails musical mavericks in issue #57 – with android soul star Janelle Monae on the front cover, and Soul Train dancer-turned Shalamar singer-turned solo superstar Jody Watley on the back – plus features on leftfield soul, funk, hip hop and rock creative spirits Souls Of ... Magazine
Issue No 107
Echoes Of The Past, 2013. New Copy
Once again, this tiny publication blows us away – by coming up with coverage on artists no other magazine would touch! The issue features in-depth looks at a few lesser-known groups – The Volcanos, who recorded for the Philly soul label Arctic; junior soul singer Tony Talent, and his ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2004. New Copy
Guess who's back, and just in time for the much-needed seasonal funk fix? It's that most appealing tome of all things funky, the one-and-only funk bible! Need we tell you that the Wax Poets have once again outdone themselves? The centerpiece of this issue an ever so timely look at the legendary ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2013. New Copy
One of the dueling cover story ssues of Wax Poetics – headed by great features on classic rap legend Big Daddy Kane, blue-eyed soul hero Daryl Hall, upstart hip hop gamer Joey Badass and progressive jazzy soul singer Jose James! Solid, worthy choices one and all – and pretty much every ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2010. New Copy
The Africa Issue of Wax Poetics – with Fela on the front cover and Tony Allen on the back – plus pieces on The Rail Band, Orchestra Baobob, Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo, Soundway's Ghana Special and so much more! You know Wax Poetics is going to go deep, and Issue 39 doesn't disappoint ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2011. New Copy
The long-awaited Latin issue of Wax Poetics – a treasure trove of features on some of the hippest Latin music of the 60s and 70s! The issue's got a great cover feature on Eddie Palmieri – plus long takes on Cal Tjader, Harlem River Drive, Fania All Stars, Alegre All Stars, and Lowrider ... Magazine
Issue 4
Shimmy Shimmy (UK), 2012. New Copy
The deepest issue of No Ice Cream Sound so far – and a special NYC issue that's graced with a really wonderful cover! The issue sports plenty of New York-centrist features – including local record faves, interviews with Clive Chin, Shaggy, and Rayvon – plus Brooklyn's Finest, Dre ... Magazine
Roctober, 2004. New Copy
This issue features a fantastic interview with the Dirty Wurds, one of Chicago's greatest blues-based 60s garage bands! Also featuring interviews with peter Bagge, Al Aronowitz, and Unknown Hinson, plus features on Andy Kaufman, Chicago Stoner rock, comic book history and much more. Plus numerous ... Magazine
Issue 2
Hartlife, 2013. New Copy
Loamy the Mole solves a problem! A man ventures outside into the frozen waste! Two men battle with swords! The Molees must try to escape from an encounter with a psychotic killer! Little Billie must survive the plague of the woken dead! An office worker becomes Hartlife's first street artist! ... Magazine
Issue 03
Off Camera, 2013. New Copy
Growing guitar legend Blake Mills – of Simon Dawes fame – gets a great chance in the spotlight here – with photos and well-chosen interview questions by Sam Jones – all presented in a cool little magazine, without any other ads or articles! Lots of interesting twists and ... Magazine
Issue 04
Off Camera, 2013. New Copy
That's a striking image of Aimee Mann on the cover – and the magazine's pretty striking too! Director Sam Jones talks to Mann and photographs her as well – presenting the interview in a unique format for a magazine – no other ads or copy at all – just the whole thing ... Magazine
Issue 02
Off Camera, 2013. New Copy
More of a conversation than a magazine – a really well-done, very long interview with John Krasinski – photographed and led by Sam Jones – the guy behind the great Wilco documentary! The magazine has no ads at all – a very novel approach – and really enforces the ... Magazine
Issue #41
Roctober, 2005. New Copy
Roctober strikes again with another fantastic issue of music wisdom and knowledge from the far side of the spectrum! This time around, the spotlight's on Zory Zenith & Zolar X – who are covered in unusual detail – but our Dusty Groove ears are most tuned to the articles on Archie ... Magazine
Roctober, 1997. New Copy
Chicago rock & soul tour. Lengthy interview with the Treniers, the first rock n roll group (think Louis Jordan meets Jerry Lewis meets David Lee Roth). Milt Trenier...lounge revival? Amazing Baby Huey cover painting. The final Tiny Tim interview. Plus: Alice Cooper, eight great Jews, more. ... Magazine
Roctober, 2000. New Copy
Epic DJ Fontana (elvis presley's 50s-70s drummer) interview. The (pre-industrial) Wax Trax Records story – including the saga of the Jonny iii (Wax Trax house band). Czech prog-gods Plastic People Of the Universe interviewed. Little Richard is Jewish! 1950s country star Marvin Rainwater ... Magazine
Roctober, 2005. New Copy
A lengthy discussion with Chris James of the stellar seventies sweet soul act The Natural Four, Nardwuar vs Queens of the Stone Age, interviews with the last living brother of The Maddox Brothers and Rose, Mark Ridlen of 70s/80s Texas punk/psych band Lithium Xmas (also a member of Rapid Fire, the ... Magazine
Issue #43
Roctober, 2006. New Copy
Interviews with songwriter Paul Williams (focussing on his soundtracks to Phantom of the Paradise and The Muppet Movie), Chicago R&B radio legend La Donna Tittle, Chuck Dukowski (Black Flag, CD6), blues guitarist Walter Trout (Canned Heat), pop vocalist April March, Franco-genius Bertrand ... Magazine
Roctober, 2002. New Copy
A genuine illustrated encyclopedia of One Man Bands (traditional, electronic, overdub solo projects, Black Metal One Man Bands, buskers, etc.) with over 1,000 entries. Articles HASIL ADKINS, BEDROOM BANDS, HONKITONKIOKE, THADDEUS CAHILL, FRANKIE CAPRI, BROTHER DANIELSON, HOMER HENDERSON, JUDAS ... Magazine
Roctober, 1999. New Copy
An epic interview and reassessment of Vanilla Ice. R&b diva/legend Sugar Pie Desanto (the female James Brown) speaks. 10 second Patti Smith interview. Jersey garage-kings the Swingin' Neckbreakers interviewed. Albert Ayler murder conspiracy comix form! Strawberry Shortcake ... Magazine
Roctober, 2010. New Copy
Massive issue with a great interview (with amazing photos) with Chicago 60s and 70s behind-the-scenes soul music queen Helen Saffold, another ridiculous Nardwuar interview with Snoop Dogg, the story of British Invasion pin-up boy Ian Whitcomb, Metal graphic designer Dennis Dread's visit to Frank ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2005. Very Good+
This issue's got a great feature on the godfathers of small combo funk – one of the best features we've read in years on The Meters – alongside some other great articles on the likes of Eric B & Rakim, Gary McFarland, Lyn Collins, JVC Force, King Jammy, Sharon Jones, and Zimbabwe ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2006. Very Good+
Bill Withers is on the cover, but the real star of this issue is its massive feature on Brazilian soul of the 70s – taken in the Wax Poetics in-depth style, complete with dozens of color images of classic album covers, and an added feature on Banda Unaio Black! But the whole issue's plenty ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2002. Very Good+
The incredible second issue to the bible for beatheads – and even better than the first! The folks at Wax Poetics have proved that they've got a heck of a lot of potential, and this second issue of the magazine is overstuffed with incredible features that will provide non-stop reading for ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2003. Very Good+
4th volume of the modern beat digger's bible, and once again the Wax Poetics crew does not disappoint!! Coming at the beathead culture from all angles, with the usual in depth explorations of groovy obscurities, including a 12" feature with Master At Work Lil Louie Vega, Dante Carfagna's ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2002. Very Good+
Woah!! Another insanely deep volume from the folks at Wax Poetics, the third volume of this great digest documenting the beathead movement from all sides! As usual, jam packed with features – complete with loads of photos of hard to find record covers, in-depth interviews/discographies of ... Magazine
Updated April 16, 2014