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We Jazz Magazine

Pursuance - Issue 02 / Fall 2021

    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.

    April Magazine

    If The Ceiling Were A Kite: Vol. 1

      The purest a band can aim for is to present their milieu as a time capsule from the morning of. April Magazine deals deep in the hypnagogic charm of their surroundings. Since the 2018 release of “Shirley Don’t” a sneaky classic that first turned ears outside their SF Bay Area home the band has stirred out a handful of cryptic indie pop recordings nestled in warm aerosol hiss and scrappy hand-drawn cover art. Music that glints in the far back of an urban daydream where guitars could be bells, bells could be voices, and voices hardly find use in words. If The Ceiling Were A Kite is a document of things losing definition and time gone slack.

      The songs on If The Ceiling Were A Kite were recorded over a span of about two years, after Peter, Mike and Kati started playing together around a four track cassette player in Peter’s bedroom. Other kindred spirits like Julia Waves, Ian Collins, Anthony Comstock OBC, Zach Vito, and eventually David Diaz joined in on some of the recordings and live shows adding to the collective ‘whatever works’ ethos of April Magazine.

      TRACK LISTING

      1. AM
      2. Shirley Don’t
      3. Parade
      4. After Pachalbel
      5. Pink Hair
      6. If The Ceiling Were A Kite
      7. Undone
      8. Freeway
      9. Uptown
      10. Walking To The Pier
      11. Snow
      12. Daffodils

      Yuck Magazine

      Volume Five: Autumn 2021

        Yuck Magazine is an independent arts, culture and music publication based out of Manchester. Founded in late 2018 by a group of young creatives, the magazine is a growing family of artists, writers, photographers and designers. The latest volume features interviews & collaborations with creatives, musicians and cultural figures, accompanied by stunning visual imagery and artwork.

        LICKS Magazine

        Issue 3

          The third physical print of LICKS Magazine features covers with Eliza Shaddad & KennyHoopla and interviews with great artists including ISLAND, Miller Blue, Strange Bones, Merpire, Malady, John Myrtle & Keep Dancing Inc., plus a celebration of our ‘Best In Town’ artists in partnership with CD Baby, and a brand new reviews section.

          I-D Magazine

          363. THE NEW WORLDWi-DE ISSUE

            The Summer 2021 issue of i-D is about how hopeful we are about the future. It's about freshness and newness. These are the new pioneers of music, sport, art, beauty, fashion and photography. This is our new world, worldwi-De!

            Featuring Gigi Hadid, Precious Lee, Phil Foden, Celina Ralph, Binx Walton, Digga D and City Girls

            Blanc Magazine

            Issue 14 : Metamorphosis

              "We are constantly evolving. This evolution happens at both a cellular level and through cosmic changes over millions of years. Those who hate change and find comfort with the status quo are only comfortable with the world that they can see within their horizon. But to those who welcome the cold embrace of the unknown new world as it changes beneath our feet, we nestle within our cocoon, awaiting our great transformation."

              Blanc is an independently published magazine that strives to provide a diverse and often underrepresented perspective of Fashion, Art, and Music.

              Record Culture Magazine

              Issue 9

                Featuring Bradley Zero, Sébastien Tellier, Yu Su, Gerd Janson, June Jones, The Twilite Tone, Eug, Vanessa Worm, Ana Roxanne, Oskar Mann, and the Beats in Space visual feature, “Postcards Through Time and Space”

                Record Culture Magazine

                Issue 8

                  Featuring Louise Chen, John Gómez, Apiento, Regularfantasy, Lauer, Beatrice Dillon, Public Possession, River Yarra, Sadar Bahar, and Anthony Naples.

                  I-D Magazine

                  362. THE UTOPIA IN DYSTOPIA ISSUE

                    For the Spring 2021 issue we created stories around people, places and things that inspire us. Our own personal paradise, whether that be physical, spiritual or emotional. Featuring Travis Scott, Naomi Campbell, and Kate Moss.

                    New Detroit Electronic Quarterly 12" featuring new music from UR's Jon Dixon, Claude Young, DJ Holographic and more. 

                    Detroit Electronic Quarterly Music Magazine celebrates newly found non-profit status with a diverse, eight track release. From house to techno to experimental music from Detroit producers DJs and fans alike can find tracks to use in the club, at home or in transit. Solid tracks across the spectrum from scene veterans Jon Dixon (UR), John Briggs aka Zoetic (Atjazz, Yoruba), Claude Young Jr (Frictional and many more) and Techmarine Bottom Feeders (Paris the Black Fu of Detroit Grand Pubahs, Luxus Varta) as well as a remix from Rocksteady Disco’s Peter Croce and tracks from Viands (David Shettler and Joel Peterson of Two Rooms Recordings), DJ Moppy and DJ Holographic of Detroit Sound System. Support!

                    TRACK LISTING

                    A1. Jon Dixon - Resurge
                    A2. John Briggs - Beyond The Horizon (Redacted Mix)
                    A3. Peabody & Sherman - Road To Yesterday (Peter Croce Rocksteady Disco Remix)
                    A4. Viands- Non-Automoton
                    B1. Claude Young Jr - Detroit Noir (Year 2120)
                    B2. Techmarine Bottom Feeders - Dystopian Utopia
                    B3. DJ Holographic And Alex Wilcox - Because Of Detroit (Radio Edit)
                    B4. DJ Moppy - Shiva Teachings

                    Peel Dream Magazine

                    Moral Panics

                      Vinyl pressing of their 8-track ‘Moral Panics’ EP, featuring 6 brand new tracks. This follows its digital and lathe cut only release in July.

                      Featuring the original 6 unreleased tracks recorded during the sessions for their recently released second album Agitprop Alterna which was released in April of this year, two further exclusive tracks are added to their vinyl pressing. Talking about the EP, Joe Stevens, the main artistic force behind Peel Dream Magazine said: Moral Panics is an EP featuring unreleased songs from the Agitprop Alterna recording sessions over the course of 2018 and 2019. It's kind of like a sibling to that record as well as the Up and Up EP from 2019. The title comes from Stanley Cohen's Folk Devils and Moral Panics which talks about Mods in England during the 1960s. Cohen talks about how the English press and politicians benefited from vilifying that cultural phenomenon, and I wrote about it in the first track New Culture, as well as Permanent Moral Crisis off the LP. I'm really into everything Mod . . . I think it's something I come back to again and again. These songs definitely create their own vibe but they're still connected to Agitprop Alterna . . ." Peel Dream Magazine is the musical vehicle for NYC's Joe Stevens, who launched the band in 2018 with the critically acclaimed album Modern Meta Physic. The debut was a mysterious, liminal tribute to the hazy end of ‘90s dream-pop – a masterful mix of first-class songwriting precision and train-window sonic impressionism. Stevens played all the parts on Modern Meta Physic himself, blending live and sampled sounds into uniquely identifiable and abstractly psychedelic soundscapes.

                      The album struck a perfect balance between DIY bedroom pop auteurism and studio wizaJoe Stevens, the rdry, and duly found its place on numerous “Best of 2018” lists. Where the creation of Modern Meta Physic was a solitary pursuit, Agitprop Alterna found Stevens channelling the collaborative spirit of the band’s ever-rotating live incarnation in the studio. He worked with close friend Kelly Winrich to develop new sounds for the project, creating musical snippets that Winrich would mix into the cohering whole. Live band members like vocalist Jo-Anne Hyun (later replaced by Isabella Mingione) and drummer Brian Alvarez would stop by and work their magic on the recordings, laying down parts with trademark exactitude. The resulting music revels in its realness: heavier, more dynamic, and truly the work of a band. 

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. New Culture
                      2. Verfremdungseffekt
                      3. Dialectrics
                      4. Through You
                      5. Life At The Movies
                      6. Geodesic Dome
                      7. The Furthest Nearby Place
                      8. Clean Water (DEMO)

                      Yuck Magazine

                      Volume Three: Autumn 2020

                        Yuck Magazine is an independent arts, culture and music publication based out of Manchester. Founded in late 2018 by a group of young creatives, the magazine is a growing family of artists, writers, photographers and designers. The latest volume features interviews & collaborations with creatives, musicians and cultural figures, accompanied by stunning visual imagery and artwork.

                        Peel Dream Magazine

                        Agitprop Alterna

                          After 18 months of writing and playing live with a shifting cast of supporting members, Peel Dream Magazine is back with Agitprop Alterna, their new album which pushes the group’s dreamy, motorik-heavy sound to a deeply melodic and beautifully discordant place. Their 2nd LP pays homage to the fuzzy, mod-ish twee of acts like My Bloody Valentine and early Stereolab, but it's also indebted to stateside bands like Yo La Tengo and Rocketship that were cut from a similar cloth. It's part Chickfactor, part Space Age Bachelor Pad; a shambolic, drone-heavy brand of minimalism, filtered through a cross-section of classic indie pop.

                          Peel Dream Magazine is the musical vehicle for NYC's Joe Stevens, who launched the band in 2018 with the critically acclaimed album Modern Meta Physic. The debut was a mysterious, liminal tribute to the hazy end of ‘90s dream-pop – a masterful mix of first-class songwriting precision and train-window sonic impressionism. Stevens played all the parts on Modern Meta Physic himself, blending live and sampled sounds into uniquely identifiable and abstractly psychedelic soundscapes. The album struck a perfect balance between DIY bedroom pop auteurism and studio wizardry, and duly found its place on numerous “Best of 2018” lists. Where the creation of Modern Meta Physic was a solitary pursuit, Agitprop Alterna found Stevens channelling the collaborative spirit of the band’s ever-rotating live incarnation in the studio. He worked with close friend Kelly Winrich to develop new sounds for the project, creating musical snippets that Winrich would mix into the cohering whole.

                          Live band members like vocalist Jo-Anne Hyun (later replaced by Isabella Mingione) and drummer Brian Alvarez would stop by and work their magic on the recordings, laying down parts with trademark exactitude. The resulting music revels in its realness: heavier, more dynamic, and truly the work of a band. Each tune’s unique character fits carefully into a broader thematic whole examining personal freedom from manipulation and misinformation. First single “Pill” examines what Stevens calls the "inundation of performances of normalcy and fulfillment that fuel our desire to consume – self-medication for the pain of doubt, want and need.” “Emotional Devotion Creator” frames advertising (and the cynical, manufactured emotional response it elicits) with a critical eye, while “It’s My Body” is an “anthem against people who want to exert power over you and make you feel small…a reminder that you don’t owe anyone anything.

                          Agitprop Alterna is ultimately defined by the tension of difference: between itself and its predecessor; Stevens’ and Hyun’s intertwined male-female vocals; the music’s languid dreaminess and concrete sonic immediacy. Deeply rooted in the Brechtian ideas of art as a tool to spur action, Agitprop Alterna deepens the connection between the existential and the interpretive first explored on Modern Meta Physic, giving the listener space to find their own meaning in shimmering guitars, fuzzed-out synths, and buzzing organ drones.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Pill
                          2. Emotional Devotion Creator
                          3. It’s My Body
                          4. Escalator Ism
                          5. Brief Inner Mission
                          6. NYC Illuminati
                          7. Wood Paneling Pt. 2
                          8. Too Dumb
                          9. Burtolt Brecht Society
                          10. Permanent Moral Crisis
                          11. Do It
                          12. Eyeballs
                          13. Up And Up


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