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Cicada Songs (zine + USB stick)
Cat: 762910 Rel: 27 Jan 20
 
zine + USB stick
Notes: Eight-track compilation in AIFF and 320 MP3 on a metal USB stick, with an accompanying A5 full-colour zine. Zine is also included as a pdf on the USB stick.

The zine features an interview from Discwoman's Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, writing on off-Facebook event organizing from Adwoa Afful, a beautiful cover from collage artist Fenna Fiction, and a guide to recognizing opioid overdoses and administering Naloxone from Liz Singh and Sara Martin in Toronto. It also features a comic from Finnish artist @juicycomics and a poem from Wafa Ktaech.
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 4 in stock $15.46
Cat: 762973 Rel: 11 Mar 20
 
hard-back book
Notes: From 1994 - 2014 Knowledge magazine was the essential destination for the latest drum & bass news and features. Whether it was the latest output from Critical, interviews with Ram artists or the latest mix by Hospital Records, there's no denying the impact it had on the drum & bass scene.

Now Knowledge has returned with a special one-off book celebrating their 25th anniversary. There have been some special issues in the past but this is the biggest and best Knowledge ever.
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 4 in stock $29.66
Cat: 769623 Rel: 13 Mar 20
 
magazine
Notes: COVER FEATURE is a three-parter on MOONDOG.
Phone interview with him from 1998, some amazing never-before-seen-images, and crucially this series of archival interviews from 1953.

SHANA CLEVELAND
The singer-songwriter / La Luz leader's hand-written/illustrated tour diary chronicles a European tour with her own newborn baby, and it's really unlike anything you've seen or read before.

GAINESVILLE RIOT '88
On tour supporting 'Bug,' the immense DINOSAUR JR'S laconic wall of sound helped to start a riot at their show in a Florida university hall. Thankfully Kevin Arrow was there with slide film in his camera to capture the event. These images have never been seen before.
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 3 in stock $14.18
Cat: 759960 Rel: 07 Feb 20
 
Record Culture Magazine Feb 2020
Notes: Featuring Biscuit, Colin Self, Michel Gaubert, Budino, Andras, Eric Duncan, Weyes Blood, The Juan MacLean, Roza Terenzi, and the visual feature "Miro & Music".
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 3 in stock $18.31
Shindig! Issue 96 (magazine)
Cat: 750083 Rel: 08 Oct 19
 
Feat Status Quo, Pentangle, The Incredible String Band, Allah Las, Syd Barrett & more!
 1 in stock $8.00
Shindig! Issue 97 (magazine)
Cat: 754843 Rel: 07 Nov 19
 
Feat David Bowie, Gene Clark, Guided By Voices, Hawkwind & more!
 1 in stock $8.00
Shindig! Issue 98 (magazine)
Cat: 758190 Rel: 05 Dec 19
 
Feat White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Byrds, The Band & more!
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 98 contains features on the year 1969, White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Jay Vons, The Byrds, The Band, Fleur and more. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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 1 in stock $8.00
Cat: 702131 Rel: 12 Nov 19
 
Feat Cassie Kinoshi, Tenderlonious, Femi Koleoso, Joe Armon-Jones & more!
Notes: #SNC99 - over 130 pages - connects with band-leaders Cassie Kinoshi (SEED Ensemble), Tenderlonious (22a), Femi Koleoso (Ezra Collective) and keys whiz Joe Armon-Jones.

Also in the mix are a host of spirited individuals like Midori Takada, Nabihah Iqbal, Nat Birchall and Ben LeMar Gay. The London- Lagos-Accra connection is explored alongside Durban's Qgom scene.

On the indie imprint tip there's Gondwana, Jazz re:freshed, Detroit Love and On the Corner.

For the crate diggers there's Motown's Black Forum + nuff reviews. There's no room for complacency when it comes to getting your copy.
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 1 in stock $16.25
Cat: 766349 Rel: 11 Mar 20
 
magazine
Notes: On the cover: Thundercat: Schooled in jazz, funk, punk and more, the flamboyant bassist, vocalist and songwriter brings mischief, mirth and melancholy to that most misunderstood of genres - fusion. By Phil Freeman. Plus essays on fusion past, present and future by Greg Tate and John Morrison. Also inside this issue: Gal Costa: Ahead of a rare UK live date, the Brazilian musician and vocalist discusses bossa nova, tropica'lia, political engagement and remaining open to the unexpected. By Russ Slater. Jarboe: The erstwhile Swans vocalist and Neurosis collaborator returns with an intimate collection of reflective songs inspired by her travels. By Claire Biddles. Roger & Brian Eno: With a collaborative album in the can, the Eno brothers discuss the anatomy of ambient music. By Philip Clark. Invisible Jukebox with William Gibson, Global Ear in Los Angeles, an Epiphany by Coldcut's Matt Black, Inner Sleeve chosen by Breadwoman. Plus: Gentle Stranger, Sunwatchers, Jessica Ekomane, dumama + kechou, The Wire Tapper 52, 39 pages of reviews, and much more.
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 1 in stock $6.18
Cat: 753843 Rel: 07 Nov 19
 
Feat Clipping, Jahtari, Philip Thomas, Howe Gelb & more!
 1 in stock $5.67
Cat: 759513 Rel: 17 Jan 20
 
Wire meets Wire for an extensive interview on their 40+ years as post-punk pioneers and innovators in the lead article
Notes: On the cover: Wire: Since 1977's Pink Flag, Wire have crushed and expanded rock at will. About to release their 17th album Mind Hive, the most stable line-up in the band's history discuss facing the future while repurposing the past. By Dan Barrow. Also inside this issue: Katie Gately: Bereavement and ritual inform the new album from the Los Angeles based avant pop auteur. By Emily Pothast. Frank Denyer: With his unusual instrumental combinations and penchant for microtonality and extended technique, the English composer offers sanctuary from sensory overload. By Sam Richards. Plus: Invisible Jukebox with Mayo Thompson, Epiphanies by Ryley Walker, The Inner Sleeve chosen by Freedom To Spend, plus Marcela Lucatelli, Nava & Shayna Dunkelman, Terry Allen, 100s of reviews and more.
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 1 in stock $6.18
Cat: 757380 Rel: 05 Dec 19
 
2019 Rewind Edition: The Year In Underground Music - plus Hildur Gudnadottir, Tony Conrad, Bob Mould & more!
Notes: 2019 Rewind: Our massive annual survey of the last 12 months in underground music, including our definitive records of the year charts; opinion, analysis, musings and reflections from 2019's most active and influential critics, artists and musicians; plus Claire Sawers on science fiction in contemporary sounds from Moor Mother to Clipping; Rob Turner on new journeys in longform listening; Emily Bick on why music criticism matters, and more!
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 1 in stock $6.18
Cat: 764212 Rel: 13 Feb 20
 
magazine
Notes: On the cover: Cinema For The Ears: The innovations of contemporary electronic and experimental music are increasingly informing the sound of modern cinema - Oneohtrix Point Never, Fatima Al Qadiri, Bobby Krlic and Colin Stetson discuss their involvement in this audiovisual evolution. By Dan Barrow, Abi Bliss, Lara C Cory and Steph Kretowicz. Also inside this issue: Resetting The Rhythm: Percussionists Eli Keszler, Tim Barnes, Will Guthrie and Claire Rousay are drumming up new worlds of possibility. By Joshua Minsoo Kim. Yeah You: Daughter-father duo Elvin Brandhi and Gustav Thomas demonstrate the eternal power of the rant via their ramshackle lo-fi assemblages. By Tristan Bath. Invisible Jukebox with Seb Rochford, Global Ear in Maputo, an Epiphany by Jeff Mills, Inner Sleeve chosen by Elaine Mitchener. Plus: Nappy Nina, John T Gast, Sightless Pit, Dali de Saint Paul, 35 pages of reviews and much more.
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 1 in stock $6.18
Cat: 749135 Rel: 07 Oct 19
 
Feat Kevin Martin + Stephen O'Malley, Joelle Leandre, Hanna Hartman, Jaimie Branch & more!
 1 in stock $6.18
Cat: 756971 Rel: 10 Dec 19
 
Music & culture magazine, featuring Kelly Moran, DJ Lyzza, Kelman Duran, Cia Rinne & more!
Notes: zweikommasieben is a magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary music and sounds since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition, zweikommasieben organizes a variety of events, concerts, and performances.

The twentieth issue of zweikommasieben Magazin tries once again to trace what forces shape contemporary musical practice and its underlying aesthetic premises. It features interviews with artists like pianist and composer Kelly Moran, who discusses her desire to give a more palpable form to her emotions through her music. DJ Lyzza and performer Aya understand their work in terms of the impact it might have on the nightlife and its attitude towards minorities and marginalized groups. Kelman Duran, whose music offers a melancholic echo to the history of reggaeton, describes how he attempts to keep his compositions clear of most discursive ballast. These interviews (and more) are complemented with columns and contributions, including the poetry of Cia Rinne, a photographic essay by Georg Gatsas as well as pieces by Paul Woolford and Sea Urchin.

The artists featured and their musical practices may raise questions that have been exhaustively debated in other disciplines of art. However, these contexts are neither more suited to address them, nor have those questions been answered with any degree of finality. The latter claim, in particular, would be naive and zweikommasieben #20 proves that there are a myriad of ways of addressing these questions in aesthetic discourse.
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 1 in stock $12.12
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