Maggot Brain - Issue # 11 - January / February / March 2023

Issue # 11 - January / February / March 2023

Maggot Brain | Item No: 977516
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This issue is dedicated to the memory of astral traveling saxophone colossus Pharoah Sanders, with a tremendous evaluation of his most important work by the great music writer Andy Beta as the cover feature, rare images by Leni Sinclair, and a brief remembrance by film director Jeff Feuerzeig. Columns: - Lucy Sante - New column is about her collage practice, which was unknown until recently. Unsurprisingly it’s great work. - Mimi Lipson – Returns with another advice column filled with warmth, humor, and even advice. - Jazz Roundtable – with Ben Jaffe, Sam Cohen, Bekah Flynn, and Makaya McCraven: New Orleans’ entire history as refracted through the work of Charlie Gabriel of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, an absolutely deep and important piece we are so stoked for. - Thinking Fellers – An overview related to new reissues, written by none other than your favorite writer from Bananafish. - Some Churches – Amazing images of small churches, rural and urban, from the collection of the Library of Congress. Also Featuring: Mick Collins – Tremendous career-spanning feature on the Gories/Dirtbombs frontman by the great RJ Smith. Lambchop – A great new album for Merge and an expansive theater piece Kathy Lindenmayer goes deep with leader Kurt Wagner. XV – Detroit’s new no wave supergroup deconstructs an interview, with musician Adam Taub. Ghost Riders – ‘60s/‘70s North American downer psych-pop/ garage “Coming of Age Garage Ballads,” Glen Morren turns in a lengthy overview. Ernest Hood – A feature on the heralded Pac NW ambient composer, amazing ephemera to choose from courtesy the Rvng peeps. THE HI Rhythm Section - Tennie, Charles, and Leroy! An often hilarious feature by Jason Gross from Perfect Sound Forever. Edel Rodriguez – Contemporary Cuban-American graphic artist interviewed by Britt Daniel from Spoon – they’ve collaborated together. Wednesday Knudsen – An overview of the work of this genius rural Massachusetts- based contemporary zone folk goddess, by Michelle Dove. Alpaca Brothers – In depth feature by Matt Goody (whose new book on Flying Nun’s history is a must). Matthew Dickman – The great skater poet and poet/skater, introduced by Alex Behr. Charles Gillam SR – Gabe from Desert Island interviews the New Orleans-based music obsessive and folk artist. King Kong – Former Homestead Records honcho Ken Katkin is here with ten trenchant observations on a reunion show by Louisville’s finest.
Item Details
Item No:977516
Artist:Maggot Brain
Item:Issue # 11 - January / February / March 2023
Label / Brand:Maggot Brain
Category:Print & Design, Magazines
Available since:31.01.2023
Katalog-Nr:ISSUE 11
Price:17,99 €
Weight:350g (plus 250g Packaging)
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