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Hip hop legend, soundtrack composer, actor/director and straight-up modern day Renaissance Man RZA graces the front cover of Wax Poetics – with the ascendant future soul guru Jesse Boykins III covering the back! This excellent and eclectic issue of Wax Po also has features on Detroit ... Magazine
Jazz's Mad Men get the full issue treatment from our friends at Wax Poetics – with a suave shot of George Benson on the front cover and funk era George Duke on the back – with pieces on Billy Cobham, Norman Connors, Tom Brown, Bernard Wright, Don Blackman, Lenny White, Marcus Miller, ... Magazine
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
Damn – these guys never stop giving out the good stuff! Even 31 issues into their historic run, Wax Poetics still hits on more music that matters to us than anyone else – with features this time on Shuggie Otis, Grant Green, Os Mutantes, Patrick Adams, Larry Coryell, Slick Rick, and MF ... Magazine
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
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
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