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Wire, 2017. New Copy
The Wire's always looking at something new and unusual – and this time around, the issue features a big cover article on the improvisational song approach of Eric Chenaux – with other articles on Call Super, Pauline Anna Strom, and the late 90s IDM scene in the US Midwest! The issue ... Magazine
Issue 72
Shindig, 2017. New Copy
The champions of far out 60s & 70s sounds at Shindig take a turn towards the dark side in this issue – with a cover feature on the early years of the mighty hard rock forbears Black Sabbath! Also includes features on The Troggs, Brian Eno, beloved British children's show and character ... Magazine
Uncut (UK), 2017. New Copy
A year-by-year look at the music of Prince – with special features on each of his albums, and lots of other great stops along the way! The magazine follows strongly in the best style of this series from Uncut – almost more of a book on Prince, given the length of the issue – with ... Magazine
Issue 471 – October 2017
Record Collector, 2017. New Copy
This issue's got a mighty long look at the last Led Zeppelin full album – In Through The Out Door – but our favorite feature is a very groovy article on Vogue Records – that hip UK/French imprint that handled a lot of great jazz and blues back in the day! Other articles include a ... Magazine
Uncut (UK), 2017. New Copy
The Beatles at their trippiest – as this issue of Uncut looks at Magical Mystery Tour – alongside other articles on PP Arnold, Billy Childish, KLF, Woody Guthrie, The Necks, and Andrew Weatherall! There's also fond looks back at Walter Becker and Glen Campbell – and page after ... Magazine
DJ Mag (UK), 2017. New Copy
The usual roundup of all things DJ from around the globe – mostly the contemporary, big scene DJ world – but also with some classic and underground moments too! Anja Schneider is on the cover – and other articles include Christian Smith, Paul Oakenfold, Joris Voron, Dave Clarke, ... Magazine
Gramophone (UK), 2017. New Copy
Kiri Te Kanawa is on the cover – winning the Lifetime Achievement Award as part of Gramophone Magazine's 2017 Classical Music Awards! The issue also looks at some of the best recordings of the past year – including records by Joyce DiDonato, Murray Perahia, and Masaaki Suzuki – ... Magazine
Anthem (UK), 2017. New Copy
A jam-packed Vintage Rock Presents collectors issue that looks deep into the legacy of Roy Orbison! Includes an exclusive interviews with the Orbison family, tracing his career from early days with The Teen Kings and earliest rockabilly solo sides and work for Sun Records, slicker but wonderful ... Magazine
Classic Rock (UK), 2017. New Copy
Reunited supergroup Black Country Communion is on the cover – and the magazine even comes with a free 10 track CD of some their best tracks – and articles on Scorpions, Motorhead, T Rex, Michael Monroe, George Thorogood, Stone Temple Pilots and more. Magazine
Future (UK), 2017. New Copy
This issue revisits Pink Floyd at Pompeii – and includes pieces on Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues, Billy Sherwood's 80s prog outfit World Trade, Caligula's Horse, UK proggers Discipline, the new supergroup Gizmodrome and tons more – plus free CD with tracks by Lunatic Soul, Galahad, ... 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
Issue 70
Shindig, 2017. New Copy
Shindig looks at The Byrds in the crucial year of 1967 – the summer of love that had the band maybe getting even rootsier than before! There's also big articles on The Action, Lovin Spoonful, and moog maestro Jean-Jacques Perry – plus the second half of the last interview that Steve ... Magazine
Mojo, 2017. New Copy
Dave Grohl is on the cover – looking back at "the songs that saved is life", Nirvana's legendary 1992 Reading gig and lots more that goes way farther than just what's going on the The Foo Fighers – plus features David Glimour in Pompeii, Sparks, Ian Durly, Cat Stevens, Elvis, ... Magazine
Songlines, 2017. New Copy
The cover's got a great feature on Mulatu Astatke – one of our favorite creative talents of all time, handled with the sort of deeper coverage we love from Songlines! The other two big features in the magazine focus on the urban beat scene in Mumbai, and the team of Omar Sosa & Seckou ... Magazine
Bauer (UK), 2017. New Copy
That's Brandon Flowers of The Killers on the cover – whose comeback gets lots of coverage within – alongside other articles on Tricky, The Libertines, The National, Lana Del Rey, Liam Gallagher, Plan B, Wolf Alice, Interpol, and Everything Everything! As usual, there's lots more too ... Magazine
Wire, 2017. New Copy
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe is one of those musicians that's made us proud to be part of the Chicago scene – even if he isn't anymore – and this issue of The Wire brings us up to date on all his many amazing creative efforts in recent years! There's also a great article on Sparks, plus a ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2017. New Copy
That's bassist Benny Turner on the cover – brother of Freddie King, and for many years a sideman in other blues groups – but now working upfront as a singer on his own! The issue features articles on the Ozark's Clarence Brewer, Nashville soul singer Charles Wigg Walker, and the young ... Magazine
Classic Pop (UK), 2017. New Copy
Belinda Carlisle celebrates the 30th anniversary of her Heaven On Earth album, and also talks about her new music as well – in an issue that also looks at INXS, OMD, and other artists without capital letters in their name – including Sparks, Blancmange, Gary Numan, Marc Almond, The ... Magazine
University Of Central Arkansas, 2017. New Copy
The Fall 2017 issue of Oxford American Magazine continues to raise the bar in their 25th year – really showing cultural sides of the American south that we northerners do not give enough credit for – from music, to poetry, to everyday life and beauty! It's got a feature on the should-be ... 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
Updated October 23, 2017

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