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X"Wax Poetics, Wire, Mojo, Uncut, Oxford American, Ugly Thngs, Shindig, and other publications you won't find at your local newstand! "


Wire, 2018. New Copy
Wire Magazine looks back at the musical year of 2018 – with a huge feature in which the top contributors to the publication all recall their favorite albums of the past 12 months! There's also looks at other strands and scenes – an article on the cultural highs and lows of the year, ... Magazine
Issue 486 – December 2018
Record Collector, 2018. New Copy
This issue looks at the great glam year of 1973 – with bits on Slade, Sweet, Suzi Quatro, 10CC, Barry Blue, Ian Hunter, Queen, Fanny, and others – plus a list of 50 key glam collectables too! There's also a photo essay on REM, a look at the revised White Album reissue by The Beatles ... Magazine
Uncut (UK), 2018. New Copy
A special Uncut look at George Harrison – done in a style that's more like a glossy book than a magazine – as the contents are 100% Harrison, with no ads at all! There's long reviews of each album, rare archive interviews, and other features too – including his Monty Python ... Magazine
Songlines, 2018. New Copy
David Attenborough talks about his many years of field recordings in the big cover feature – and the issue also has articles on Susheela Raman's gamelan project, Le Trio Joubran's oud ode to Palestine, and Ethiopian singer Minyeshu! As usual, there's lots more too – reviews of sounds ... Magazine
Classic Pop (UK), 2018. New Copy
A celebration of all things George Michael – from his early years in Wham to his many solo moments too! As usual with this special series of Classic Pop, the presentation is more like a book than a magazine – no ads, and a big full color issue that has lots of photos, articles on many ... Magazine
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2018. New Copy
Billy Idol's getting ready for his white wedding on the cover – as the issue features a big look at Generation X, before his solo years – with other articles on Small Faces, Hugh Cornwell, Alien Sex Fiend, The Business, Damaged Goods, Reverend Horton Heat, Killing Joke, Slaves, and ... Magazine
Classic Rock (UK), 2018. New Copy
You can't get more classic rock than The Eagles on the cover – and the issue also has articles on Rush, Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Roy Buchanan, and others – like punk never happened at all! There's plenty more too – including Bon Jovi's lost week ... Magazine
Issue No 126
Echoes Of The Past, 2018. New Copy
Lots of great group coverage here – presented with the interesting information, label scans, and discographical details that always make this publication so great! This issue looks at Carl Holmes & The Commanders – who you might know from a vintage 60s album on Atlantic – ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2018. New Copy
Living Blues offers up tributes to two recently-passed giants – Otis Rush and Matt Guitar Murphy – in an issue that also continues the spirit of its title, with articles on Robert Lee Coleman, Cookie McGee, and Little Willie Farmer! As always, there's plenty more too – shorter ... Magazine
University Of Central Arkansas, 2018. New Copy
The 20th Anniversary of the legendary Southern Music Issue of Oxford American – with an especially great focus on the state of North Carolina this time around! The placement of the state has given it a fantastic musical legacy – one that stretches farther than you might expect, through ... Magazine
Galactic Zoo Dossier, 2016. New Copy
The milestone 20 year anniversary issue of cosmic music magazine Galactic Zoo Dossier – #10 overall and the first new issue in 4 years – "a gift from the psychedelic godz" and well worth the wait! The Interview Issue, too, it features Arthur Brown, Bang, Max Ochs, Shirley ... Magazine
Mojo, 2018. New Copy
This issue celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin – with a great cover shot of the group at their start, and lots of interview material with Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones! There's also articles on Bauhaus, Bob Dylan, The Kinks, Queen, Lamont Dozier, and Kurt Vile ... Magazine
Bauer (UK), 2018. New Copy
1975 are on the cover this time around – and apparently underwater, too – and other articles look at Dave Grohl's reformed Nirvana, the Coldplay film, and the 50 Worst Decisions In Modern Music – plus Julia Holter, Tommy Cash, Anne Marie, Bobby Gillespie, and lots more too! There' ... Magazine
Classic Pop (UK), 2018. New Copy
Classic Pop keeps up its 80s promise – with a big cover feature on Spandau Ballet, plus more on Stone Roses, Yazoo, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Stephen Hague, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, and the Top Of The Pops story! There's lots more short features too – and plenty of reviews! Magazine
Future (UK), 2018. New Copy
A look at the future of King Crimson is the cover story – getting up close and personal for Frippe as they celebrate the past while looking ahead – plus features on the 2018 Prog Awards, Martin Barre, Haken, Geoff Downes, Gryphon, The Tangent, The Pretty Things and lots more! Comes with ... Magazine
Blues Matters (UK), 2018. New Copy
Joe Bonamassa's on the cover – in an issue that also has articles on Tas Cru, Delbert McClinton, Dan Patlansky, Lloyd Langford, Bishop Gunn, and Shemekia Copeland – plus swamp soul monster Tony Joe White! There's also a series of blues editorials, lots of reviews, and even a look at ... Magazine
Issue No 125
Echoes Of The Past, 2018. New Copy
As always, the rare groups are king in Echoes Of The Past – with a feature here on the excellent Philly Devotions, as well as a look at the Baltimore music scene, the East Coast Hall of Fame, and the surprisingly long legacy of singer Joel Katz! The Baltimore article runs down a list of the ... Magazine
Ugly Things, 2018. New Copy
Elvis Presley finally made the grade – appearing here on the cover of Ugly Things, with a great long article that offers up a reappraisal of his career! As usual, though, the magazine covers lots more deeper, darker territory from the 60s music scene – with articles on The Other Half, ... Magazine
Issue No 122
Echoes Of The Past, 2017. New Copy
This issue's got a great look at Philly soul legends The Ethics – the group that featured the great Ron Tyson on vocals, and who gave us some excellent singles back in the day! Other articles look at New Jersey doo wop singer Joel Katz, of Autumns fame – and there's also a discussion ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2002. Used
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
Wax Poetics, 2003. Used
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, 2003. Used
An excellent issue of the only magazine that makes reading about records as fun as digging for them! Wax Poetics serves up the goods more than ever before – in this brilliant 6th issue, stuffed with thoughtful features that go way past the hype! These guys all know how to write, and write ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2012. Used
A pretty great multiple cover feature issue for Wax Poetics – this one with Sade on the front and Flying Lotus on the back – plus equally prominent features on Lenny Kravitz and Dam-Funk! Wax Poetics has always been a celebration of soul, funk, hip hop, jazz and otherwise crate diggers ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2014. Used
Cee Lo Green's on the cover of Wax Poetics this time around, and Action Bronson is on the flip – part of the issue's "real talk" feature with artists! The issue also has articles on older soul legends Swamp Dogg, Freda Payne, Ronald Isley, Brian Jackson, Thom Bell, and Millie ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2012. Used
Wax Poetics goes nearly all hip hop for this issue – covering original game-changers and the best contemporary revisionists alike – with cover features on Nas, Danny Brown, Master P and his No Limit legacy, and Shabazz Palaces! Wax Poetics, tasked with following up their decade ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2012. Used
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
Wax Poetics, 2006. Used
Wax Poetics comes with a fully-focused paean to the diverse artistry of hip hop – crafted with the same great deep-digging philosophy that's made the mag a bible for a whole world of beat diggers – and the excellent archival photographs that feel like direct portals into the stories! ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2009. Used
Curtis Mayfield graces the front cover – a film funk and soul focused issue #38 of Wax Poetics! This issue features a great piece on Curtis and the Superfly legacy, with Re:Discovery section profiles of soundtracks from Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man to John Carpenter's Assault On Precinct 13 and ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2007. Used
Wax Poetics goes with a dual covers format for issue #22 – with the increasingly legendary deep funky soul chanteuse Betty Davis on the front – and Oakland street hop legend Too Short on the back – plus pieces on Pharoahe Monch, Rhettmatic, Martha Cooper, Ornette Coleman, Joao ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2004. Used
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, 2006. Used
Wax Poetics delves deep into reggae for this milestone fifth anniversary issue – with a cover story on the Upsetter himself, Lee Scratch Perry – plus a piece on Jamaican music vinyl discoveries, Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes, the Soul Syndicate, Jamaican funk in Canada and more ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2008. Used
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
Wax Poetics, 2011. Used
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
Wax Poetics, 2011. Used
Wax Poetics is closing in on 10 years in its unrivaled coverage of classic and rare soul, jazz, hip hop and all things funky – delivering big once again with Issue #48! Nina Simone is on the front cover – with a really great feature that focuses on the unfiltered realness, honesty and ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2010. Used
The excellent R&B issue of Wax Poetics – with split covers featuring generation defining artists – with Barry White or Gil-Scott Heron on the front and D'Angelo or Erykah Badu on the back! Inside #42 are great features on all of the above, plus pieces on a far reaching roster of ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2008. Used
Always essential reading from the Wax Poetics crew – one of those magazines we wouldn't miss for anything, and which we proudly store on our shelves as if it were a book! And sure, they upped the price a few bucks this time around, but the journal is still a total bargain – all color, ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2007. Used
They're not kidding about "The Photo Issue" tag on the cover – because this issue of Wax Poetics is filled with a wealth of amazing music photos – so much so, it almost feels like one of those high-end art books, but at a fraction of the price! The issue seems much larger ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2005. Used
Essential reading for fans of all things funky – and one of the few magazines that manages to capture our attention issue after issue! The Wax Poetics folks know how to cover a subject like nobody else – going deep enough to be considered academics of funk, yet doing so in a way that ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2009. Used
The Brazilian Issue of Wax Poetics – with Gilberto Gil on the front cover and Airto Moreira on the back – naturally, one of our favorite issues to date! Wax Po has been an important voice in the celebration of the Tropicalia and Brazilian jazz, funk, samba and more from the early ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2005. Used
Some of our favorite artists ever – featured in one great issue! The cover story on David Axlerod is more than enough to make us pick this one up – especially since it's done by Egon of Stones Throw and Brian DiGenti – both Axelrod experts who really get to the heart of his ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2009. Used
Roger Troutman gets the front cover and Booker T Jones is on the back – Issue #35 of the funk & soul crate diggers bible Wax Poetics! Wax Poetics is far and away the brightest beacon of publications covering jazz, funk, soul & hip hop and the dusty wax that holds it – equally ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2011. Used
The Dance Issue of Wax Poetics with dual cover features – Juan Atkins on the front, representing Detriot Techno – and a great shot of the legendary Hamilton Bohannon on the back! There's such an amazing depth of danceable styles of deep soul, funk, disco and more that the knowledge ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2011. Used
An issue of Wax Poetics steeped even more than usual in Heart & Soul – with a great vintage shot of Earth, Wind & Fire on the front cover and an equally great one of Ramsey Lewis on the back! They're digging into the diverse soul & funk of the 70s here as brilliantly as usual ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2004. Used
The magazine we never ever miss – the mighty Wax Poetics, fast becoming THE word on all things funky and dusty! This issue seems to top even past gems – with extremely solid features on Incredible Bongo Band, Deodato, Stone Alliance, Joe Henderson, Roy Ayers, and Pete Rock – all ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2004. Used
Here it is, kids – salvo number nine for the reigning bible of all things funky – the venerable Wax Poetics! This is possibly the deepest issue yet from a journal that manages to top itself with each new installment. It's jam packed with features, including a roundup of the favorite ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2002. Used
The first issue of an incredible new magazine about funky music! Wax Poetics goes way beyond the simple beathead fanzine approach – and brings together some well-written articles on an essential variety of topics, many of which have never been properly presented in the press before! Plus, ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2002. Used
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. Used
Some of the smartest writing on funky music ever – and another fab issue of Wax Poetics! This one's only 5 issues old, but it's already one of the most important magazines ever for fans of all things funky – a brilliantly put-together journal that features totally solid writing, loads ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2007. Used
This one's titled "The Hip Hop Issue" – but as usual, Wax Poetics has a lot more to offer than just what's on the cover – a wealth of great features that are essential reading for any classic crate digger! Hip Hop articles include bits on Devin The Dude, 9th Wonder, Percee P, ... Magazine
 
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