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Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinyl Kultur - Ausgabe 57 - Januar 2023
We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 6: Revelation
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 6: Revelation
19,99 €*
The sixth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Revelation" for Black Jazz Records. 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN English. Stories include Black Jazz Records by Daniel Spicer, As-Shams by Andy Thomas, Nyege Nyege Festival by Markus Karlqvist, Alina Bzhezhinska by Tina Edwards, Carl Stone by Peter Margasak, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley by Rob Garratt, Travelogue by Kari Ikonen, Pharoah / Jazz Composers Orchestra by Seymour Wright, reviews, plus more.

Country of printing: Finland
Musikexpress - Ausgabe August 2022
Wax Poetics - Wax Poetics Journal 2022 Issue 3
Wax Poetics
Wax Poetics Journal 2022 Issue 3
21,99 €*
Wax Poetics presents the third issue since our 2021 relaunch with another heavyweight 148-page journal packed full of timeless music stories, record spreads, archival photography, and original artwork. Each issue now also comes individually stamped.

Continuing with the trademark double cover, the front is graced with Patrice Rushen, an accomplished jazz keyboardist who found her singing voice and embraced her love of R&B, becoming a bona fide star with the release of 1982’s Straight from the Heart, an album that featured the smash hit “Forget Me Nots.” Our other cover story dives into the history of Detroit techno, from the primordial electronics of Juan Atkins and the sonic upheaval of “Mad” Mike Banks’s Underground Resistance to Waajeed (featured on the back cover), whose Underground Music Academy aims to help the next generation of Detroit artists.

You’ll also find pieces on jazz organist Shirley Scott; the psychedelic soul group the Chambers Brothers; hip-hop icon Masta Ace; Jamaica’s musical incubator the Alpha Boys School; the Bill Evans Trio’s famous Village Vanguard recordings; trombonist Joseph Bowie’s trek from avant-garde jazz to NYC downtown funk; the history of Mo’ Wax Records; Brazilian singer-songwriter Joyce; London sax player Chelsea Carmichael; and nu-R&B multi-hyphenate KeiyaA.
Musikexpress - Ausgabe 10/21 - Oktober 2021 Mit Exklusiver Die Ärtze Flexi Disc
Maggot Brain - Issue # 11 - January / February / March 2023
Maggot Brain
Issue # 11 - January / February / March 2023
17,99 €*
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.
Rolling Stone - Ausgabe Februar 2023
The Icon Catalogue - UK Jungle Volume 1
The Icon Catalogue
UK Jungle Volume 1
7,99 €*
This book touches on some the most important labels responsible for the scene’s foundations - along with some rare, hard to find & more recent labels that are keeping the Junglist movement rolling on.
We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 1: World Galaxy
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 1: World Galaxy
19,99 €*
This is the first issue of the new We Jazz Magazine, 128 pages, 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. Inside, you'll find great new stories about music including the cover piece on Alice Coltrane by Ashley Kahn, Sun Ra by Daniel Spicer, Berlin report by Debra Richards, Corbett by Stewart Smith, Andreas Müller on Lockdown Listening, Alan Braufman talking to Nabil Ayers, plus more. This is a magazine but together by a quality cast of writers and illustrators/photographers with references such as The Wire, The Quietus, Deutschlankfunk Kultur, etc. Something new is beginning here.
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 4
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 4
17,99 €*
Record Culture Magazine Issue 4 : Featuring Kim Ann Foxman, Suso Saiz, Joe Goddard, Alexis Le-Tan, Jonnine Standish, Keith Haring Party Invites, Ron Morelli, Andee Frost, Paramida, Eddie Ruscha, Phil Mison, Justin Van Der Volgen and Ruggero Pietromarchi.
Record Culture Magazine is a bi-annual publication that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture.
Led by in-depth interviews, image portfolios and photography that gives a unique view into homes and studio spaces.
Rolling Stone - Ausgabe November 2022
Lodown Magazine - Issue 123 - Vehiculum
Lodown Magazine
Issue 123 - Vehiculum
9,00 €*
Highlights of our fifth VEHICULUM issue include…

PAUL WHITE… In this day and age, where everything and everyone is expected to be a disposable commodity, life is about performance only and not necessarily about permanence. It’s a shallow world ruled by limited shelf-life and the false hope of being obsolescent-immune. And the highly-detailed drawings of Australian artist Paul White capture the phased-out goods of that very process.

THE KRAGE LEGACY… Did you know that West-Berlin felt like the worldwide capital of Speed Boat racing in the 70s and 80s? Hans Georg Krage co-founded the MCR in 1973, and organized races on the upper and lower Havel river for the next two decades. His son Peer opened his impressive photo archive for this impressive (and speeding) trip down memory lane.

BODY KIDS… Photographer Bernardo Aviles Busch came across the Tokyo-based Lowrider scene rather accidentally. Luckily, he carried his trusted camera with him and captured the spectacle on the streets of late night Shibuya.

NEW YORK CHRONICLES … Brooklyn-based photographer Luc Kordas has managed to become an expert of dichotomy over the years. On the one hand he’s the creative mind behind the popular “You Live Only Twice“ travel blog, on the other hand he’s known as a street photographer who’s capturing the ever-bustling inner city life of NY.

- plus more visual stimulations and awesomeness from the likes of: Craig Steck III, Chris Labrooy, Kenton/Davey, Karl Hab, Ant Farm Collective, Tom Sachs, Jason Rhoades and many others.

- WHY Ebay... Every once in a while you get introduced to the work of an emerging artist that immediately makes you reflect on why you fell in love with graffiti, graphic design, fashion and getting inked in the first place. It is as if you suddenly got invited to observe things from an edge, wondering when and why you suddenly stopped to rethink - or think ahead - the many possibilities these mediums offer while admiring the audacity, presumed playful easiness and variety of ideas on display. And one of these artists goes by the capricious name of Why Ebay.

- Richard Kern... There are quite a few protagonists that portrayed the seedy underground of NYC in the 80s, and East Village-based Richard Kern certainly is one of the most prominent ones. As a filmmaker he was one of the driving forces behind the Cinema of Transgression, for which he explored hysteria, sex, drugs and violence through the punk rock lens - topics he committed to for a large part of his professional career as a photographer as well.

- Cali Thornhill Dewitt... Creating subversions of the American flag. Being a roadie for grunge royalty. Running a publishing house. Doing radio. Preparing for solo-exhibitions worldwide. Running a record label. Actually, the creative endeavors of celebrated artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt are too numerous to list, but it’s safe to state that the collaboration with Abloh and Kanye a few years back might have been the moment that catapulted his name into the mainstream consciousness once and for all.

- plus more elaborate features and visual awesomeness from the likes of: Marta Blue, Mark Mulroney, Clamm, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Icy & Sot, Dry Cleaning, Matt Hansel, Mike Osborne, Djinn and many others.
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Wire - Issue 467 - January 2023
Wire
Issue 467 - January 2023
9,99 €*
2022 Rewind The Wire’s essential guide to the year in music will chart the highs and lows of another 12 months of never-ending change in underground culture. Our 2022 Rewind issue will be bigger than ever and will include our eagerly anticipated Top 50 Releases of the Year and Archive Releases of The Year charts, both compiled from the votes of more than 60 of our critics and contributors. Other features include new charts covering the books, events and films of the year, alongside cultural reflections from our roster of writers, our columnists’ charts from avant rock to noise, essays on healing sounds and strategies, music’s new vaudevillians, dispatches on music in Ukraine and Iran, and more.

Invisible Jukebox Drone composer Kali Malone takes the mystery record test.

Global Ear Robert Rigney hangs out on the Asian side of Istanbul as the city’s nightlife coalesces in the liberated neighbourhood of Kadiköy.

Unlimited Editions AGF’s sound art and multimedia activism platform REC:on

Unofficial Channels Xenharmonic Wiki resource for advanced tuning systems Inner Sleeve Gaye Su Akyol on Morphine’s Good

Plus full page interviews with Kraus, Heith, Danial Bachman, and Venus Ex Machina.
Stylefile - Issue #59.5 - Delayfile
Disco Pogo - Issue #2
Disco Pogo
Issue #2
19,99 €*
Disco Pogo is the new, bi-annual, electronic music magazine from the original founders of seminal 90s title Jockey Slut.

Issue 2 is, once again, a chunky 236 pages and features Daniel Avery, I. Jordan, Ashley Beedle, David Holmes, Donna Summer, Eddie Chacon, Erol Alkan's Trash, Flesh at The Hacienda, Honey Dijon, Hot Chip, Kerry Chandler, Laurent Garnier, Lou Hayter, Paul Woolford, Ron Trent, Tsha, 90s Jungle and much more.
Wire - Issue 466 - December 2022
Wire
Issue 466 - December 2022
8,99 €*
With Richard Pinhas, Weyes Blood, Hamid Drake, DJ Marcelle, Ale Hop, …
Maggot Brain - Issue #10 - October / November / December 2022
Maggot Brain
Issue #10 - October / November / December 2022
17,99 €*
Maggot Brain is a full-color, quarterly magazine edited by noted Detroit scribe Mike McGonigal: 100+ pages packed with phenomenal content—art, music, literature, unpublished archival material, and more—with a simple promise to only exist on the printed page. Issue # 10 has features on Belle & Sebastian, novelist David Gordon, 1960s-'70s Motown artist Christina Carter, Chris Forsyth & Steve Wynn, Tony IOMMI-era Black Sabbath, Buffy Saint-marie, and much more.
Wire - Issue 465 - November 2022
Wire
Issue 465 - November 2022
8,99 €*
Tyshawn Sorey
In the magazine: Tyshawn Sorey, Joyce, Horse Lords, Devin Townsend, Invisible Jukebox: Big Joanie, Andrew Poppy, Backxwash, Xhosa Cole, Camille Émaille, BLTNM, No Choice, Adrian Corker, Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra, OM, High Castle Teleorkestra, Dickie Landry, The Advisory Circle, Björk, John Carpenter, Eno, Charles Lloyd, Jessica Pavone, Senyawa, Can, Dead Kennedys, Gnawa Music Of Marrakesh, Main Source, Mal Waldron, Robert Fripp, Little Annie, Adam Rudolph, Alice Coltrane, Trevor Mathison, Cory Arcangel & Stine Janvin, Grimalkin festival and more.

On the CD: 16 new tracks by Lucrecia Dalt, Lady Aicha & Pisco Crane, Reiko & Tori Kudo, Balka Sound, OISEAUX-TEMPÊTE, Dave Clarkson and more.

Joyce
The Brazilian musical prodigy, a favourite of Antonio Carlos Jobim, enjoyed a stellar 1970s before her career was diverted by domestic political struggles and the disco era. As her 1977 New York album Natureza finally sees the light of day, she talks to Joshua Minsoo Kim.

Horse Lords
Baltimore’s rock trio put the ‘tune’ into ‘tuning’ through their mantric rock minimalism which collides Just Intonation harmonic systems and the energy of West African guitars. By Dan Wilson

Devin Townsend
The rogue operator of avant rock has forged a unique career as both first choice collaborator for metal groups and lone psychonaut exploring the outer corners of the guitar. He talks to Joseph Stannard about his new twin release Lightwork/Nightwork.

Invisible Jukebox
Radical punx and founders of London’s Decolonize festival Big Joanie take The Wire’s mystery record test.

Global Ear
Memories of a coastal town destroyed in 2011 by the Japanese tsunami live on through field recordings and songs in the hands of one of its former residents.

One page interviews with Backxwash, Andrew Poppy, Xhosa Cole and Camille Emaille.

Unlimited Editions: Ramallah based label BLTNM.
Unofficial Channels: DJ M-TRAXXX.

Epiphanies: Raymond McDonald of Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra.
We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 5: Amaryllis
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 5: Amaryllis
20,99 €*
The fifth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Amaryllis" for Mary Halvorson. 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN English. Stories include Mary Halvorson by Peter Margasak, Pi Recordings by Will Layman, Tyshawn Sorey by Marc Medwin, Women On the Syllabus by Tina Edwards, A Love Supreme Festival by Gareth Allen, Odysseus Festival by Dave Waller, Bob Rutman by Marialuisa Bonometti, Sarathy Korwar & Joanna Duda in conversation by Debra Richards, Tokyo Jazz Joints Vol. 3 by Philip Arneill, reviews, plus more.
Wire - Issue 463 - September 2022
Wire
Issue 463 - September 2022
8,99 €*
Neu! + 50 Years Of Motorik A special cover feature on the motorik rock originators Neu! to mark half a century since their game-changing debut album. This two-part special includes a new interview with guitarist Michael Rother by Mike Barnes, and a user’s guide to motorik rock by Noel Gardner which follows the road leading from Neu! and Kraftwerk through Stereolab to Circle and beyond.

The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari Francis Gooding surveys the work of the originators of nyabinghi music and the forefathers of roots reggae, talking to members Sam ‘Time’ Williams and Calvin ‘Bubbles’ Cameron about a new edition of their masterwork Grounation.

Global Ear A new generation of musicians including Siriya Ensemble, Damahi Band and Soheil Nafisi are making waves in the jazz rock scene of Tehran inspired by the legendary guitarist Ebrahim Monsefi.

Unlimited Editions Niche German imprint Volke Verlag is specialising in the untold stories of experimental and avant grade music.

Epiphanies Dublab broadcaster Mark ‘Frosty’ McNeil explains how a life glued to the dial introduced him to radio as a participatory medium.
Maggot Brain - Issue #9 - July / August / September 2022
Maggot Brain
Issue #9 - July / August / September 2022
16,99 €*
WE Have Columns FOR YOU, by Lucy Sante (their first autobiographical writing for us, touching and brilliant); we have a tear-jerker of an advice column by Mimi Lipson; the tapes column is more succinct this time; the forgotten hip-hop column is on the enigmatic Son of Bazerk!; we revisit the roadside America column with a dinosaur theme because why not; we take a look at forgotten early Hawaiian music in the reissue column; we go into detail about why the mysterious Seymour Glass from Bananfish matters so much; and there’s a terrific first-person account of growing up in DC right when Fugazi hit and why that band was such a crucial signpost for misfits of all stripes at the time. Our columns alone are worth the price of admission, hah.

Features

Raymond Pettibon: In a wide-ranging and sweet interview by Adam Woodhead Pettibon walks us through his entire career, and even makes economics sound interesting.

John Waters: We have a beautiful discussion on the merits of transgression in today’s climate by Feral House publisher and old friend Christina Ward.

Cheri Knight: The great Seattle-based scribe Dave Segal goes deep on this neglected experimental pop musician from Olympia in the '80s.

David Nance: Editor Mike McGonigal is fascinated by the way Nance manages to mix up tributes to other artists, and collaborations, with such deeply strong solo material.

Amy Ruhl:The cinematic visual artist is explored in depth by Chelsea Wolfe.

John Brannon: Check it out: we have the most epic and excellent career spanning photo packed feature by Brannon’s longtime photographer Doug Coombe.

Melvins photo tour diary: Entirely by Buzz Osbourne, photos and words -- this is like a dozen pages and so and taken just months ago. It’s really rad, all shot on their first tour in forever!

Lidia Yuknavitch: Alex Behr turned in a brilliant interview with the cult writer.

Kan Mikami: The Japanese outsider blues-folk musician and actor is interviewed by the LA-based saxophone player and composer Patrick Shiroishi

The Willies: And here we have thanks to Tyler Wilcox the most Maggot Brain type article, a big in-depth, lyrical feature on the Feelies ambient offshoot who have never been written on in-depth. The band’s connection to Downtown minimalism has never been written on this way, and basically you will for the first time understand how the band morphed from the first record into the second, and at least part of why there was so much time in between. We’re not worthy!

Sarah Elizabeth Schantz: We have some brilliant and timely fiction that deals with gun violence by this great writer.

Doorman Memories: Tim Abbondelo delivers a poignant set of memories (in the style of Joe Brainard’s celebrated long poem I Remember) on his days as the doorman to a midsize indie venue.
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We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 4: The Call
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 4: The Call
19,99 €*
The fourth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "The Call" for Horace Tapscott. 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN English. Stories include Horace Tapscott by Andy Thomas, Ava Mendoza by Stuart Smith, Tigran Hamasyan by Rui Miguel Abreu, Istanbul Scene by Alper Kaliber, Isaiah Collier by Daniel Spicer, Bill Frisell by Debra Richards, DJ Old Crank by Matti Nives, Tokyo Jazz Joints Vol. 2 by Philip Arneill, reviews, plus more.
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Wire - Issue 460 - June 2022
Wire
Issue 460 - June 2022
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Phew One of Japan’s original punk generation, a collaborator with both Otomo Yoshihide and members of Can, has reinvented herself once again in the new millennium with recordings of her hardcore voice, electronic experiments, and collaborations with Jim O’Rourke and The Raincoats’ Ana Da Silva. Interview by Emily Pothast.

The Primer: Pauline Oliveros The sprawling discography of the Deep Listening innovator, including electronic compositions at Mills College, adventurous settings for improvisation, site-specific projects, experimental scores and her distinctive accordion drones, is mapped by Louise Gray. The Dream Syndicate The survivors of the 80s US Paisley Underground have flourished since their recent reformation, exploring cinematic influences, hypnotic songwriting, soundtrack collaborations, and with Steve Wynn as a wild card guitarist for hire in numerous collaborations. Joseph Stannard talks to them. Invisible Jukebox US guitar shredder Ava Mendoza tries to ID our mystery record selection. Global Ear Arthur Kuzmin of New New World Radio in Moscow describes the changes in Russia’s alternative music landscape following the country’s invasion of Ukraine. Unlimited Editions Pioneering broadcasting project Radio Art Zone aims to light up the airwaves in Luxembourg as part of this year’s European Capital of Culture Esch celebrations. By Ilia Rogatchevski. Unofficial Channels Inner Sleeve US rapper billy woods on Bigg Jus’s Black Mamba Serums. Epiphanies Former Magic Band and Jeff Buckley guitar hero Gary Lucas chronicles his 50 year obsession with the mesmerizing moves of Third Ear Band.

Plus one page interviews with Julmud, Black Glass Ensemble, Floris Vanhoof, and Deborah Walker & Silvia Tarozzi...
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 10
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 10
20,99 €*
Record Culture Magazine is a biannual publication that shines a light on the people intrinsic to niche music communities around the world and their intersection with art, fashion, and culture.

250 plus magazin featuring in-depth interviews and home/studio visits with:

– DJ Harvey
– Sofie
– Jun Takahashi
– Ziggy Devriendt
– DJ Sundae
– Pedro Winter
– Ariel Kalma
– Octo Octa
– Max Essa
– Moxie
– Pierre Rousseau
– CC:DISCO!

And the visual feature, “White Columns Retrospective: 1977–1986.”
We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 3: Tetragon
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 3: Tetragon
19,99 €*
This is the third issue of the new We Jazz Magazine, 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN English. Stories include Joe Henderson by Daniel Spicer, International Anthem by Tina Edwards, Tokyo Jazz Joints by Philip Arneill, Ben Lamar Gay by Stewart Smith, Smooth Jazz by Francis Gooding, ESP-Disk by Matti Nives, Scottish Folk & Jazz by Gareth Allen, The Lisbon Scene by Rui Miguel Abreu, plus many more.
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 9
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 9
17,99 €*
Record Culture Magazine is a biannual publication that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture.

200 plus magazine featuring interviews and studio visits with:

– Louise Chen – John Gómez – Apiento – Regularfantasy – Lauer – Beatrice Dillon – Public Possession – River Yarra – Sadar Bahar – Anthony Naples And the visual feature, “A Decade of Power and L.I.E.S.
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 46 - August 2021
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 8
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 8
21,99 €*
Featuring Louise Chen, John Gómez, Apiento, Regularfantasy, Lauer, Beatrice Dillon, Public Possession, River Yarra, Sadar Bahar, Anthony Naples, and the visual feature, “A Decade of Power and L.I.E.S.”

228 pages, Perfect bound, Softcover Printing: Kopa, EU
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Waxpoetics - Issue 68 Hardcover Edition
Waxpoetics
Issue 68 Hardcover Edition
22,79 €* 37,99 € -40%
Issue 68 contents:

Origins (Reachin’)
The System
Raymond Scott
Susaye Green
P.M. Dawn
James Mason
Novos Baianos
Cerrone
Rap-A-Lot Records
Digable Planets
Frank White
Wire - Issue 468 - February 2023
Zweikommasieben - #26
Zweikommasieben
#26
14,00 €*
Even though zweikommasieben is only released twice a year, it is a project which keeps us busy all year round. Time, however, is only but one essential factor of making this magazine happen. Another one is, more often than not, money. With continuously rising costs for resources and a global recession looming, the act of publishing in print becomes an economically even more questionable venture that’s prohibitive by design. Moreover, there are more important things than music imposing on our daily lives. We are in a privileged enough position to keep on doing what we are doing, but the precarity of publishing is a real threat for a time-consuming project like ours. In an attempt to explore options beyond a black-and-white scenario of continuing and discontinuing, we’ve placed ourselves in a grey zone. Here, possibilities are still present and worthwhile, but always need to be carefully considered.

In this issue, many of the featured projects and artists are aware of the contemporary circumstances that they are embedded in. Subsequently, the objective realities of creating the music and culture which we cover with zweikommasieben are foregrounded. Rather than only focusing on music’s inherent qualities, the following pages highlight what is necessary to be able to produce and participate, and who has these resources at their disposal. The often-sobering view on music and art could be read as disappointing. However, the texts, their authors, and the featured artists also reveal their strategies for navigating their situations and how they aspire to find ways of moving towards a more sustainable context for everyone involved.

A red thread running through various entries of this issue is the focus on the importance of community: Lazer-Gazer and Noise Diva, two younger representatives of the Amsterdam scene, see collaboration at the heart of their practices, and actively set up ways to involve underrepresented voices in the cultural field. In another contribution, the Berlin-based label Unguarded makes a plea for their community as an (artistic) support network. Such a support structure is also acknowledged by Sega Bodega in his interview. He confesses that an important change for him was the ambition to make music that his friends would also want to listen to.

A different perspective on support structures is offered by the collective Technomaterialism. In their essay, they analyze the exploitative practice of late payments as a systemic issue in the creative sector. They also offer a solution, rallying everyone in a freelance ecosystem behind the cause of better, fairer working conditions. In a similar manner, our graphic designers were confronted with the reality of rising paper costs, described above. To minimize paper waste, they created a dense layout that includes the margins which are regularly cut off in industrial production.

With these circumstances in mind, we are proud to present issue #26 of zweikommasieben, hoping that it succeeds in responding to the shared reality of creating anno 2022.
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 56 - November 2022
Faith Magazine - 2022 - Autumn
Wire - Issue 462 - August 2022
Wire
Issue 462 - August 2022
8,99 €*
On the cover: Saul Williams. Inside: Alan Skidmore, Laura Cannell, Cheri Knight, Joe Rainey, Anna Butterss, Michael Gregory Jackson, Invisible Jukebox: Bob Mould, Unlimited Editions: Cortizona, Unofficial Channels: Rāga Junglism, Global Ear: Gothenberg, The Inner Sleeve: Éliane Radigue, Epiphanies: Emeka Ogboh, Nancy Mounir, Midori Takada, Tony Williams, Albert Ayler, Moers festival, and more.

+ Free CD with every issue: The Wire Tapper 59 featuring 16 new tracks by MimiCof, Delmore FX, Evicshen, RSS Boy 1 featuring Waclaw Zimpel, Mark Stewart featuring KK Null, Madeleine Cocolas, and more.
Moonbuilding Magazine - Summer Special 2022
Moonbuilding Magazine
Summer Special 2022
11,99 €*
Colin Morrison’s Castles In Space label has launched a new publishing venture in the shape of Moonbuilding mag. The A5, 48-page full-colour title is fronted by former Electronic Sound commissioning editor Neil Mason and comes with a 13-track sampler CD featuring previews from forthcoming CiS releases and a number of exclusive tracks.While Moonbuilding is a Castles In Space publication, it also covers a raft of like-minded DIY labels and artists. The debut issue stars I Monster/The Sound Of Science’s Dean Honer. The cover image was created by the scene’s go-to illustrator Nick Taylor, who is also the guest designer for the in-depth cover feature itself. The rest of the mag has been put together - in true fanzine style - by Neil Mason. ”The fine art degree wasn’t a total waste of time then,” he says. Inside there’s interviews with The Grid/Hive Mind’s Richard Norris, the BAFTA-winning composer Kenny Inglis, Woodford Halse’s Mat Handley and Lavender Sweep’s Ant Jones. There’s reviews of the latest releases from CiS and labels including Clay Pipe Music, Sonic Cathedral, Prole Art Threat, Preston Capes, Quatermass and Buried Treasure. Moonbuilding welcomes The Orb’s Alex Paterson as a columnist and is home for an all-new adventure from Steven Appleby’s Captain Star who first appeared in NME in 1986 and enjoyed spells both in The Observer and SFX mag.
Wire - Issue 461 - July 2022
Wire
Issue 461 - July 2022
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
AMM, Angharad Davies, Sarah Dvachi, Teresa Winter, Opal X, K Of Arc, Nexciya, …
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Rolling Stone - Ausgabe Dezember 2022
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Wire - Issue 459 - May 2022
Wire
Issue 459 - May 2022
8,99 €*
Reynols As one of the most singular groups in rock release a new album, and following drummer Miguel Tomasin’s Henry Viscardi Award for achievement in the disability community, the Argentinian trio talk to Emily Pothast about their mission to acknowledge all sounds, experiences and abilities, and the emancipatory power of noise and jamming.

Valentina Magaletti One of the most prolific and sought after percussionist-composers in the London music scene tells Ilia Rogatchevski about her role laying down the rhythm for psychedelic rock groups like Vanishing Twin, participation in London Improvisers Orchestra, and her growing reputation as timekeeper for hire for Gruff Rhys, Can Project, Bat For Lashes, and many more.

Ivo Perelman The Brazilian saxophonist has forged his own uncompromising and hardcore approach to the instrument that’s now being heard across a dizzying range of collaborations and projects. He tells Phil Freeman about his epic plans for 2022 including a dozen recordings with fellow saxophonists, a trio with Joe McPhee and Matthew Shipp, and a new documentary about his work.

Invisible Jukebox: King Jammy Reggae and dancehall godfather King Jammy takes our mystery record test as he revisits his 1980s and 90s catalogue in dub style on a new release.

Global Ear Two reports from the underground music scenes of Kyiv and Moscow as their communities are left reeling by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Unlimited Editions Nathan Evans tunes into unorthodox transmissions from Blackpool with Lancashire’s guardians of the weird and the occult Fonolith Records.

Unofficial Channels Marc Weidenbaum surveys eclectic and groundbreaking uses of sound to represent information via the Data Sonification Archive.

The Inner Sleeve Dennis Bovell on The Slits’s Cut.

Epiphanies Composer and writer Edward Henderson discovers the true meaning of experimentation watching two people cover themselves in tape in an East London flat. Plus full page interviews with Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaig, oksana linde, Helms Alee, and Blod.
Wire - Issue 457 - March 2022
Wire
Issue 457 - March 2022
5,39 €* 8,99 € -40%
Scratcha DVA As the best connected mover and shaker in London’s dance underground nears 20 years in music, the producer and DJ talks to Chal Ravens about his Afrofuturist visions, his Hyperdub productions, making intercontinental connections with South Africa’s bass avant garde, and a broadcasting legacy that stretches from his pirate days at Rinse FM to NTS.

and also...

Eberhard Kranemann An unheralded figure in Germany’s underground rock revolution, Eberhard Kranemann was a member of Kraftwerk and Neu! in their crucial early years before striking out on his own with the notorious Fritz Müller Rock project and later collaborations with Harald Grosskopf.

Anne Gillis The French artist and experimental sound maker trod a distinctive path through the industrial scene with projects such as Devil's Picnic. Now, with her first album in over 15 years and new collaborations with London duo Seymour Wright and Paul Abbott, her unique rhythmic sensibility is surfacing once more.

Invisible Jukebox: Lee Ranaldo & Steve Shelley As an extensive collection of Sonic Youth’s live recordings is released, the New York pair take The Wire’s mystery record test.

Global Ear Peter Margasak investigates a new group of Berlin composers exploring the possibilities of just intonation tuning, including Catherine Lamb, Werner Durand, Marc Sabat, Chiyoko Szlavnics and Arnold Dreyblatt.

Unlimited Editions Emily Pothast talks to Ratskin Records, the Bay Area crew putting issues of accessibility and equality at the forefront of its music including in its ‘mixed reality’ online projects.

Unofficial Channels Abi Bliss investigates This Band Isn’t Real, the Twitter feed creating fictitious metal groups and album covers through the power of machine learning.
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 26 - Derya Yildirim Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 26 - Casper Cover
Wire - Issue 456 - February 2022
Wire
Issue 456 - February 2022
5,39 €* 8,99 € -40%
Mdou Moctar

Niger guitar hero Mdou Moctar has blazed a trail across the world for a new style of hypnotic desert rock. On the eve of a major US and European tour, Clive Bell talks to Moctar and his band about the anti-colonial spirit animating their current album Afrique Victime, the infamous Purple Rain-inspired motorbike musical Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai, and their connections with other leading lights of daredevil North African guitar including Les Filles De Illighadad.

Inside the issue... Éliane Radigue Mazen Kerbaj Ben LaMar Gay Jeff Parker

The Primer: Éliane Radigue Julian Cowley writes a user’s guide to the recordings of the great French electronic and electroacoustic composer, whose work has continued exploring the connections between Buddhism and longform sound well into the 21st century with the acoustic Occam Ocean series. Mazen Kerbaj The Lebanese trumpeter, improvisor and cartoonist has carved out a new niche for himself in Berlin. He tells Mariam Rezaei about his new album Sampler/Sampled, where a global cast of collaborators including Bob Ostertag, Muqata’a and Equiknoxx’s Gavsborg explore the power of music as a universal language.

Invisible Jukebox Chicago creative music polymaths Jeff Parker and Ben LaMar Gay go head to head with The Wire’s mystery record test. Global Ear In Lisbon, April Clare Walsh gets familiar with a new wave of creole language rap.

Unlimited Editions Tokyo label, record shop and keepers of the roots reggae flame Dub Store.

Unofficial Channels YouTube’s Original Jungle Samples channel.

Inner Sleeve Tim Hecker. Epiphanies Reinhold Friedl on Iannis Xenakis.

Plus full page interviews with Robbie Lee, Hedvig Mollestad, Powers/Rolin Duo, and Duma.
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 6
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 6
17,99 €*
Record Culture Magazine is a biannual publication that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture.

200 plus magazine featuring interviews and studio visits with:

– Louise Chen – John Gómez – Apiento – Regularfantasy – Lauer – Beatrice Dillon – Public Possession – River Yarra – Sadar Bahar – Anthony Naples And the visual feature, “A Decade of Power and L.I.E.S.
Lodown Magazine - Issue 122 - Guestlist
Lodown Magazine
Issue 122 - Guestlist
9,00 €*
Regardless if you’re doing it for the purpose of relaxation or for releasing a lot of stress, having a night out could have an almost purifying effect. Things then will certainly look even more peachy when your name is on the guest list. It’s just perfect in case you want to have a life but it shouldn’t be too real.
People who aren’t on the guest list are officially uninvited. At least that’s how you should feel when your name made it on one. You put so much energy, smalltalk, omnipresence and social media action into it, you deserve to be treated like royalty. If there’s one constant you can count on, then it certainly is that being on the guest list still is the ultimate status check.

For our GUEST LIST issue, Lodown was hanging out backstage, enjoyed private views, got drunk at uncountable vernissages, took a closer look at flyer culture, high-fived a few bouncers - and even let a few guest art directors take over a couple of pages.
All for the simple reason that you don’t have to queue. You’re welcome. Now let’s dance.

- WHY Ebay... Every once in a while you get introduced to the work of an emerging artist that immediately makes you reflect on why you fell in love with graffiti, graphic design, fashion and getting inked in the first place. It is as if you suddenly got invited to observe things from an edge, wondering when and why you suddenly stopped to rethink - or think ahead - the many possibilities these mediums offer while admiring the audacity, presumed playful easiness and variety of ideas on display. And one of these artists goes by the capricious name of Why Ebay.

- Richard Kern... There are quite a few protagonists that portrayed the seedy underground of NYC in the 80s, and East Village-based Richard Kern certainly is one of the most prominent ones. As a filmmaker he was one of the driving forces behind the Cinema of Transgression, for which he explored hysteria, sex, drugs and violence through the punk rock lens - topics he committed to for a large part of his professional career as a photographer as well.

- Cali Thornhill Dewitt... Creating subversions of the American flag. Being a roadie for grunge royalty. Running a publishing house. Doing radio. Preparing for solo-exhibitions worldwide. Running a record label. Actually, the creative endeavors of celebrated artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt are too numerous to list, but it’s safe to state that the collaboration with Abloh and Kanye a few years back might have been the moment that catapulted his name into the mainstream consciousness once and for all.

- plus more elaborate features and visual awesomeness from the likes of: Marta Blue, Mark Mulroney, Clamm, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Icy & Sot, Dry Cleaning, Matt Hansel, Mike Osborne, Djinn and many others.

Highlights of our GUEST LIST issue include…

DAVE SWINDELLS… In the UK, some people refer to the London of 1988 as “Year Zero“, because it seemed to have kickstarted a club scene in a way that hadn’t existed before. It was the year Acid House was hitting England’s capital (and beyond) big time. It was the time of clubs like Future, Shoom and Spectrum. And luckily East London-based photographer Dave Swindells was there to capture it all.

CIVILIST… Everybody’s favorite Skate Shop in Berlin opened its diary for us. In the end, it basically felt like chronicling the last years of skateboarding of Germany’s capital. It’s a Lodown exclusive, by the way.

NIKITA TERYOSHIN… Berlin-based photographer Nikita Teryoshin invites us to visit the back office of war with him, as his awarded, ongoing project “Nothing Personal“ takes a look at global defence business. Shot (so far) at fourteen different defence exhibitions worldwide between 2016 and 2020 the images capture a parallel world unknown to the vast majority of us ordinary mortals.

DAN WITZ… Embracing the possibility of a collective high through clubbing or a proper show can have an almost cleansing effect - because letting loose within the community of kindred spirits is something very comforting. And there hardly is any other artist capturing these moments of crowds going blissfully berserk than Brooklyn-based genius artist Dan Witz.

- plus more elaborate features and visual awesomeness from the likes of: EIKE KÖNIG, KUEDO, MARCELOA CANEVARI, PVA, LISA WASSMANN, LYZZA, DAVID HENRY BROWN JR. and many others.
We Jazz - We Jazz Magazine Issue 2: Pursuance
We Jazz
We Jazz Magazine Issue 2: Pursuance
21,99 €*
This is the second issue of the new We Jazz Magazine, 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN English. Includes inspiring stories on music including John Coltrane by Ashley Kahn, Irreversible Entanglements by Daniel Spicer, Ben Lamar Gay by Stewart Smith, Linda Fredriksson by Arttu Tolonen, Marshall Allen by David Mittleman, French Caribbean Music by Markus Karlqvist, Pablo Held by HT Nuotio, record reviews, book reviews, plus more. This is a magazine put together by a quality cast of writers and illustrators/photographers with references such as The Wire, The Quietus, Pitchfork, Jazzwise, etc.
Wire - Issue 454 - December 2021
Wire
Issue 454 - December 2021
8,99 €*
Inside this issue: Laraaji, Jun Togawa, Olivia Block, Global Era, Epiphanies, … plus lots of reviews and the regulars you know from Wire.
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 42 - Februar 2021
Lodown Magazine - Issue 115 - Vehikel
Lodown Magazine - Issue 112 - WTF
Lodown Magazine - Issue 111 - Hu$tle
Lodown Magazine - Issue 101 - Youth
Lodown Magazine
Issue 101 - Youth
9,00 €*
After the big Anniversary issue #100 we thought it?s a brilliant idea to deal with Youth and its subsequent cultures - before we?re getting too old to have a clue about it. This the first issue in a series of shape-shifting editions in a mono-thematic fashion.

And here?s a little sneak peek on what?s happening in our Youth issue?

• Don Letts ... the original culture clash master, who single-handedly turned a generation of punks into reggae enthusiasts, speaks his mind about youth culture?s rich past and rather sober present.

• Mark Oblow ... has been busy building his own brand moblow between surfing, skating, consulting, shooting photos for various clients and enjoying the beaches and food of Costa Mesa.

• Less ... the celebrated South Korean photographer is an expert when it comes to capturing Seoul?s youth, which has the tendency to completely lose it as soon as the weekend arrives.

• Sylvan Rand ... was there, he witnessed all the new styles and movements and protests of the last five decades, and saw how the youngsters finally liberated themselves - and luckily for us, he finally decided to open his impressive archive to the public.

- more eloquent statements and visual awesomeness about ?youth? from the likes of: Trevor Jackson, Zuza Krajewska, Mike Blabac, The Internet, Gaurab Thakali, Kazuhiro Hori and many others...

specs for the trump card players: 220 mm Width x 274 mm Height, portrait format, high quality print, different paper stocks, uv lacquer
Lodown Magazine - Issue 92
Lodown Magazine
Issue 92
6,99 €*
Featuring James Jarvis, Holy Family, Shabazz Palaces, Jonathan Glazer, South Bank, Joakim, Ricky Adam, Homeboys, Adicup, Salvatore Scarpitta, Tim Zom, Karen Green, Erik Jones, Vako Valo, Pedro Reyes, Nedda Afsari, Iga Drobisz and much more
Moonbuilding Magazine - Issue 2
Moonbuilding Magazine
Issue 2
12,99 €*
The new issue, which they’re calling the Autumn Collection, stars Bristol’s rising electronic star Kayla Painter on the cover and comes with a bumper 13-track CD featuring contributions from artists appearing at the Castles In Space Levitation festival in Whitby in November.

Inside there’s some lovely interviews with Where It’s At Is Where You Are’s John Jervis, A Man Called Adam’s Sally Rodgers, Kevin “DJ Food” Foakes and pop culture author extraordinaire Paul Gorman.

There’s reviews of the latest releases from CiS and labels including Zen FC, Wiaiwya, Cavendish House, DiN, Tigerforce, Blackford Hill, Woodford Halse, Impossible Objects Of Desire, Clay Pipe Music and Front & Follow and more…

There’s our thoughts on the latest music books including Simon William’s ‘Pandamonium’, Ted Kessler’s ‘Paper Cuts’, Nige Tassell’s ‘Whatever Happened To The C86 Kids’ and Rory Sullivan-Burke’s excellent John McGeoch biography.

The cover illustration is once again by the rather talented Nick Taylor, who also provides additional bells and whistles for the cover feature itself. With a second issue Moonbuilding can now lay claim to having regulars - The Orb’s Alex Paterson turns columnist and Steven Appleby’s all-new Captain Star strip, which first appeared in NME in 1986 and enjoyed spells both in The Observer and SFX mag, really hits its stride.
Synth History - Issue 2
Synth History
Issue 2
32,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 10.02.2023
The Synth History interviews… available in tangible 'zine form!

The second thick high quality 150+ page issue is bigger than the last one! It features a compilation of interviews with contemporary and legendary icons within the synth world.

Including interviews with Weyes Blood, Trent Reznor, Sylvan Esso, Ryuichi Sakamoto of Yellow Magic Orchestra, Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (cover photo), John Carpenter, Jean-Michel Jarre, Jackie Cohen & Jonathan Rado, Izzy Glaudini of Automatic, Hudson Mohawke, Hiroshi Sato interviewed by P-THugg, Fatboy Slim, Ela Minus, Chrome Sparks, Carl Craig, Black Marble, Alan Palomo, A-Trak, and specials from Alison Tavel with the Resyntaor Synth, and Lance Hill with Vintage Synthesizer Museum.

150 pgs, 24 × 17 cm, Softcover, 2022
Synth History - Issue 1
Synth History
Issue 1
26,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 10.02.2023
The Synth History interviews… now available in tangible form!

The first 120+ page issue features a compilation of interviews with contemporary and legendary icons within the synth world.

Including interviews with Baths, Boy Harsher (cover photo), Chromeo, Dave Smith, Flying Lotus, Gary Numan, James Murphy, Kelly Lee Ownes, Oneohtrix Point Never, Pete Townshend, Rick Wakeman, Starchild & The New Romantic, Scarypoolparty, Soko, Suzanne Ciani, Vince Clarke.

24 × 17 cm, Softcover
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 58 - Februar 2023
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Wire
Issue 469 - March 2023
9,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 24.02.2023
The Necks. Sirom, Marc Hollander, James Brandon Lewis, …
Moof Magazine - Issue 11
Moof Magazine
Issue 11
14,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 03.02.2023
This issue features interviews with Pete Brown, Dana Gillespie, Gruff Rhys, Alex Merry and Benjamin Myers, as well as features about the lesser-known UK free festivals, Argentinian underground magazine Expreso Imaginario, Gwawr Records, The New Eves, Burd Ellen, Aphex Twin, album/live music reviews & much more...
Boots-N-Booze - Volume 3
Boots-N-Booze
Volume 3
27,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 03.02.2023
The Boots-N-Booze crew is back by popular demand! Boots-NBooze Comics Volume 3 is here with another round of raucous tales harkening back to the Santa Cruz of the 1980s! Picking up where things left off with Volume 2, we follow the antics of the skins, rude boys, street artists, mods, etc., of Santa Cruz in some pretty legendary stories, all illustrated and written by the crew themselves. Volume 3 also features the official first single by Santa Cruz’s own original 1980s ska band Speciall Guest. Created by a crew of illustrators, tattoo artists, and graffiti artists, these stories are bound to make you want to grab a cold one, sit back, and have a laugh! These are limited and will sell out fast! Grab your copy now.
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 29 - Ralph & Senthuran Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 29 - Kobosil Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 29 - Eliza Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 29 - Ansu Cover
Big Takeover - Issue # 91
Big Takeover
Issue # 91
8,99 €*
Big Takeover returns with features on THE Beths, Built TO Spill, Billy Bragg (part 2), Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Robin Guthrie (cocteau Twins), THE House OF Love, Archers OF Love, Mommyheads, Titus Andronicus, Flowertown, and much more
eye_C Magazine - Issue 7 - Decelerate - Cover 3
eye_C Magazine
Issue 7 - Decelerate - Cover 3
22,99 €*
We’re pleased to announce the release of eye_C mag No. 07 titled ‘Decelerate’

In ’Decelerate’, which is also our 5th Anniversary issue, we take a step back to deliver a mostly visual project with some of our favourite brands out there. Our covers this time includes a 04:00 AM sunrise shoot in Tokyo with yoshiokubo, a heavily heritage focused editorial with visvim and finally a closer look at F/CE.’s seasonal collaboration with Nanga.

Furthermore we take an i debt look at White Mountaineering’s Autumn/Winter lineup, the latest from Coverchord Women and a full breakdown of nonnative’s 42nd collection. You’ll also find editorials with Tokyo mainstays F.C.R.B., uniform experiment and Sophnet. among others as well as a travel journal from the North with HHV.

Lastly we’ve highlighted our seasonal eye_C collaborations, this time with thisisneverthat, S.F.C., Herill, yoshiokubo and Rototo which will be available at our Tokyo pop-up later this month.

Check out a preview below and purchase the magasine directly through our webstore now and via retailers globally soon.
Crack Magazine - Collections Volume IV
Crack Magazine
Collections Volume IV
19,99 €*
Crack Magazine's annual publication The Collections, will be released in November 2022. Expect a mix of cover stories, evergreen features, visual stories and adjacent, BTS shoot featurettes.

The Collections celebrates Crack’s visual identity with insights into the shoots and creatives that have made Crack Magazine in 2022.

Features include: Mitski, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Touching Bass, Lous and the Yakuza, Fontaines D.C., Digga D, and Top Boy and more.
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 55 - Oktober 2022
Wire - Issue 464 - October 2022
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 28 - Julian Jakob Kneer Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 28 - Phoenix Band Cover
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 54 - August 2022
Zweikommasieben - #25
Zweikommasieben
#25
14,00 €*
When starting to work on the 25th issue of our magazine, we were discussing whether there should be some sort of content to celebrate this milestone and the past ten years leading up to it. But, as further reading will indicate, there are no texts praising past issues or reflections on the musical developments we documented over the years. However, the anniversary helps in presenting the underlying theme of this issue. As loyal readers might know, zweikommasieben started out as a fanzine and aspired to keep this character somewhat alive. Therefore, in zweikommasieben #25, we would like to reflect on various aspects of what fandom entails.

As fans, the authors, editors, and photographers of this magazine are dependent on artists ­— niche or mainstream ­— to be willing to have their practice documented. To put it bluntly: if they don’t want to speak to us, there is not much we can do. Likewise, and without overestimating the impact of our small publication, it might have positive consequences for artists to be featured in zweikommasieben, which is not simply a unidirectional channel between fans and artists: over the years some artists highlighted their own fandom, interviewing other artists they admire for this very magazine, while some contributors developed artistic practices which led them to having fans on their own.

Such an ever-changing web of dependencies is highlighted on the following pages. This edition features a text by media theorist and artist DeForrest Brown Jr. dedicated to the multiple talents of singer-songwriter Dawn Richard: an exploration of why fans could be drawn to her practice over the past 15 years. Jasmin Hoek visits a new museum in Amsterdam that is dedicated to techno and club culture to investigate whether such an institution can be true to something we all have been fans of. In Anna Froelicher’s interview with Price, the artist elaborates on how he plays with both institutions’ and fans’ conceptualization of his music. The complexities of being a fan not only relate to other people and institutions but also to oneself and one’s personal development. In a new essay, Friedemann Dupelius uses his ever-evolving fascination with trance to reflect on the genre’s current status quo.
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 53 - Juli 2022
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 27 - Jacolby Satterwhite Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 27 - Paula Hartmann Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 27 - Badchief Cover
Das Wetter - Ausgabe 27 - Bilderbuch Cover
eye_C Magazine - Issue 6 - Interloper / Cover 3
eye_C Magazine - Issue 6 - Interloper / Cover 2
eye_C Magazine - Issue 6 - Interloper / Cover 1
eye_C Magazine - Issue 3 - kolor / Beacon
eye_C Magazine - Issue 5 - New Dawn / Cover 3
eye_C Magazine - Issue 5 - New Dawn / Cover 2
eye_C Magazine - Issue 5 - New Dawn / Cover 1
Stylefile - Issue #59 - Rockfile
Stylefile
Issue #59 - Rockfile
7,90 €*
With the topic Rock, we end our excursion into the big genres of music styles and have arrived at the kind that accompanied and influenced the first generation of writers in the early 70s. As rocky as the name, as rocky hopefully also the content for you. Have fun on 96 pages with this content:

- Tony Tres

- Swet - 50 Years Birthday Challenge

- Jezus

- Prost

- Stenone

- Acut

- SOFTRock

- HARDRock

At this point, we would like to recommend a rather unusual editorial contribution for us, namely an all-around hit on the topic of taking, storing, and sending photos. It has been planned for a long time and in our opinion, it is more than overdue now. Take a careful look at it – we are sure that almost every one of you will be able to pull out something for his personal archive.

All the best & don’t stop to rock!
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