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Mojo, 2017. New Copy
A mighty heavy issue of Mojo – as the three original members of Black Sabbath look back at 50 years of the group in the long cover feature for the issue! There's also some fare from other corners of the musical universe – including a great farewell to Leonard Cohen, plus a look at ... Magazine
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2017. New Copy
Iggy Pop and The Damned grace the cover this time around – as part of inside articles that look at their surprisingly strong music in the past few months! The issue also mixes the classic and contemporary, with a look at important albums of 2016, and other musical shifts from the past to the ... Magazine
Record Collector, 2017. New Copy
Hmmm . . . seems to us that Record Collector might be getting a bit crass this time around, with its promise of "101 Records To Make You Money In 2017"! But fortunately, the magazine's got lots more of it's always-great coverage of individual artists, labels, and styles – with ... Magazine
Mojo, 2017. New Copy
A multipage tribute to dear, departed Leonard Cohen is the cover feature here – but this issue is full of great in-depth articles on 60s heroes and heroines from the words of rock, soul and jazz! Includes pieces on The Isley Brothers, The Byrds, David Axelrod, Anne Briggs, The Bee Gees, ... Magazine
Songlines, 2017. New Copy
The Best Of 2016 issue – with the Songlines roundup of the best global music of the year, going way deeper in both regional and stylistic reach than just about any other source! The legendary Ravi Shankar is on the cover, and other features includes a roundup of Songlines choices for 10 best ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2015. New Copy
Wax Poetics is pulling out a big talent roster this time around – covers with Raury and Gary Clark Jr – and inside articles on Leon Bridges, Boz Scaggs, Marilyn McLeod, Kamasi Washington, Onra, John Simon, and others! As usual, the coverage is as eclectic as the artists included – ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2014. New Copy
Electro soul pioneer and resurgent creative force Giorgio Moroder gets the front cover honor, and rightfully so – with classic electro-inspired Brooklyn instrumentalists Ratatat on the backside! This issue includes great features on both, plus pieces on Steve Arrington, Divine Styler, Van ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2014. New Copy
Blondie at their hip hop best – standing strong in front of a graffitied wall, in an issue that also has big article on the group with lots of rare photos – plus features on Budos Band, Eddie Senay, Marsha Ambrosius, SZA, Onyx, Raekwon, and funky drummer Harvey Scales! There's also an ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2016. New Copy
That's Big Bill Morganfield on the cover – son of Muddy Waters, and strong blues talent of his own! The issue also has articles on Vaneese Thomas, Eddie Taylor Jr, and Freddie Dixon – and a look at the up-and-coming Andrew Ali – as well as an interview with Thornetta Davis – ... Magazine
Mojo, 2016. New Copy
Lots of talking this time around – Kate Bush gives a long interview on her magnificent comeback, Steve Jones tells his side of his time with the Sex Pistols, and Robbie Robertson gives his side of the squabbles with The Band! The Mojo staff also tell you about 50 albums from the past year ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2016. New Copy
Wax Poetics looks back at the legacy of Yo! Mtv Raps – the pioneering video show that made huge strides in bringing hip hop from the inner cities to the masses back in the day – plus a back cover feature on The Intenret – who've grown in just a few short years from Odd Future ... Magazine
Issue 40
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2016. New Copy
That's a moody Robert Smith on the cover – broadcasting the issue's big feature on The Cure's first decade of music – alongside other articles on some of the group's contemporaries – like UK Subs, Public Image Limited, Sham 69, Chron Gen, Theater Of Hate, Misfits, and The Members! ... Magazine
Updated January 18, 2017

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