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Living Blues, 2021. New Copy
If there's one artist worthy of the title Living Blues, it's Shemekia Copeland – an artist who's kept the music strong over the years, and who's really helped to find big audiences too! Shemekia's on the cover this time around, part of a big feature inside – and other articles ar on J ... Magazine
Maggot Brain/Third Man, 2019. New Copy
The debut issue of a great new magazine on music – one that takes its name from one of the best albums by Funkadelic, the steps out to cover a whole host of hip sounds from the world of jazz, soul, funk, and beyond! Alice Coltrane gets a great cover feature – but the issue also ... Magazine
Roctober, 2020. New Copy
A long-overdue return to form for Roctober – one of our favorite magazines in the 90s and 00s, and a publication that always gave us plenty of bang for our buck! That tradition certainly continues here – as the hefty zine runs for well over 120 pages – stuffed to the gills with ... Magazine

Roctober

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, 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

Roctober

Issue #37
Roctober, 2003. New Copy
The great Joe Tex is celebrated with a career overview and an extremely extensive critical discography of his original LPs and reissues. The issue also features interviews with the Subsonics, the Registrators, and Alfonso Cafrey, the legendary Disco/Funk session bass player who was in the failed ... 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, 1995. New Copy
The story of Kiddie-A-Go-Go, pre-pubescent American Bandstand, Velvet Crush. Garage legends the Monks get it together. Gary Glitter. The history of midget rock and roll featuring interviews with Kenny "R2D2 " Baker, blues dwarf Kid Dynamite, plus coverage of Pee Wee Marquette (Birdland ... Magazine
Roctober, 1995. New Copy
Snack rock superheroes the Go Nuts interviewed. R&B eccentrics celebrated. KISS worldwide convention coverage. Brother Wayne Kramer tells it like it is. Includes flexi disc with original songs by Girl Trouble, Mcrackins, Pedro Bell, Goblins, Butterglory, Scissor Girls, Geezers, Blanche, Jak ... Magazine
Roctober, 1996. New Copy
Rockcyclopedia Baboonica: a serious exploration of monkeys playing rock music, including Lancelot Link and the Evolution Revolution, Bingo (Banana Splits), Elvis' monkey scatter, the NairobI Trio, Fatz (the Showbiz pizza gorilla robot pianist, Chimpy the drumming monkey, and more). Chicago 60s ... 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, 1998. New Copy
Bubblegum kings Kasenetz-Katz interviewed. Edie Adams, widow of Ernie Kovacs and 50s pop diva and cigar girl tells tales of the Nairobi trio and more. The Cramps meet Ratso. Tremendous David Allan Coe interview, that involves prison, Branson and illegal porno. Includes gigantic listeners guide ... Magazine
Maggot Brain/Third Man, 2021. New Copy
The heaviest issue of Maggot Brain throughout – and that's saying a lot for a publication that's out to take the place of Grand Royal, Wax Poetics, and other important magazines from years back! This issue lives up to its namesake – and features a deep look at Funkadelic's 1971 ... Magazine
Record Culture, 2020. New Copy
A great issue of this really cool publication – a book-styled journal that's filled with text and photos testifying a real love of records! The format is a bit like the Dust & Grooves book from years back – in that the magazine features interviews with folks amidst their records ... Magazine
Maggot Brain/Third Man, 2020. New Copy
The mighty Moondog is on the cover this time around – in a fantastic second issue of Maggot Brain that really lives up to the spirit of the debut! The cultural currents here are nice and wide, and all pretty darn hip – and in addition to a nice feature on legendary outsider composer ... Magazine
Roctober, 2003. New Copy
Another stapled, b&w, muy extrano rock screed from Roctober! This issue features a really nice paneled portrait sketch cover by Rob Syers, Jason Lutes, and others, the always entertain "Punk'n Head" strip by Jake Austen, features on lost Bee Gee Maurice Gibb, the late 60s circus-theme ... Magazine
Roctober, 2000. New Copy
Robot Rock n Roll issue featuring a lavishly illustrated encyclopedia of hundreds of robot records/bands/etc. Interviews with Captured! By Robots, Gilbert and George (The Singing Sculpture), Arthur Lee Maye (1950s R&B/Baseball star), Blowfly, The Troggs, Snoop Dogg, The Syndicate of Sound, ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2020. New Copy
The return of a classic – the legendary Wax Poetics, a publication that's maybe been one of the most important influences on Dusty Groove customers over the past 20 years! This special issue was put together for the European market, and it combines a small amount of new content with some of ... Magazine

Vive Le Rock

Issue 78
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2021. New Copy
Vive Le Rock is a magazine that usually lives in the past, but this time around they're looking back at the best of the year 2020 in music – although they've got help from some classic acts who came back strong, like AC/DC and The Psychedelic Furs! The issue's also got lots more features ... Magazine
Numero, 2019. New Copy
A special issue of Numero Group's magazine – one that focuses on the new age underground of the 70s and 80s! The issue doesn't look at the big hits on Windham Hill and other labels – and instead, moves into a deeper space of guys who were really committed to their spirits as much as ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2021. New Copy
Living Blues covers the map – with features on Chicago bluesman Mike Wheeler, California's John Blues Boyd, and Stevie J from Jackson, Mississippi – as well as providing a great look at the legendary Memphis radio station WDIA, where Rufus Thomas was once an on-air DJ! There's also a ... Magazine
Mojo, 2021. New Copy
The lovely Kate Bush is on the cover – and the issue features a vintage unpublished interview, plus more on her story and secrets – including information on Hounds Of Love and her Tour Of Life! There's also some unseen Beatles photographs – and more on Nick Cave, Rickie Lee Jones ... Magazine
Wire, 2021. New Copy
That's Warren Ellis on the cover, and the issue features a nice article on his work with Nick Cave, Marianne Faithfull, and others – although the main draw for us is a great look at the early years of Don Cherry in Watts – back when he was a key part of the LA underground, in a detailed ... Magazine
 
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