Print issue #37 of Ghettoblaster is on shelves now, folks! As is always the case, we put a ton of effort into this issue of the magazine, and we hope all you readers out there are looking forward to getting your copy on the magazine rack or in the mail.
Step Brothers is on the cover and there are pages and pages of features on such lovely acts as Sharon Jones, Dethklok, Stephen Malkmus, Liars, Mogwai, Glitch Mob, Moistboyz, Shearwater, Xiu Xiu, Wooden Shjips, Prince Po & Oh No, The Men and many more. There’s also a shit ton of album, book and movie reviews, as you might expect.
Issue 34 is coming in hot! Pick it up at your local awesome Ghettoblaster Magazine distributor or subscribe now and it’ll show up in your sweet little mailbox very soon.
So, who’s featured in this issue? Ian MacKaye’s project The Evens, Tegan & Sara, Bad Brains, Tomahawk, Yo La Tengo, Deltron 3030, Eels, Ra Ra Riot, Matmos, Cannibal Ox, Pissed Jeans and so so so much more. Ch-ch-check it out.
My friends. It is time. Issue 33 is on newsstands now, for your reading and viewing pleasure.
So much great stuff in this issue, we can hardly believe it. Dinosaur Jr. on the cover, and a shit-ton of features by artists like Chuck D, the Raveonettes, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, MF Doom, Antibalas, Brother Ali, Murder By Death, The Sea and Cake, Calexico, Mono and more!
Head over to the in print page and order yourself a copy, or pick it up in your local record store. (And if your record store doesn’t carry Ghettoblaster, let us know and will fix you up.)
Go behind the scenes of Leo Docuyanan’s cover shoot for Ghettoblaster Magazine issue 32, now available at indie shops nationwide, Barnes & Noble, Books & Co, many more and online right here. Video courtesy of Tony Rain and Construkt Media.
It’s Ghettoblaster Magazine issue 32 and it is awesome!
Lots of killer features on El-P, Hot Water Music, High on Fire, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Om, Mission of Burma, Sun Kil Moon, Silver Jews, Japandroids and so, so much more. And, of course, a legit cover feature piece on none other than hip-hop wordsmith Aesop Rock.
If you like, let’s see… Orange Goblin, or The Black Keys, or Spiritualized, or The Magnetic Fields, or the Dirty Three, or Cursive, or Damien Jurado, or Blonde Redhead, well this just might be the issue for you. It’s full of kick-assery and good shit and everything.
If you’re interested, head on over to the In Print page to order this issue, or perhaps a whole year’s worth of print issues! Do it!
Come on over and sample the tasty goods from our latest print issue. We’ve got a whole folder full of free MP3s that are yours from the taking, from the likes of Guided By Voices, 9th Wonder, Herzog, Wax Idols, Wolves in the Throne Room and many more. 29 songs, to be exact.