Guys! Issue 31 has officially hit the racks!
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!
Welcome to the 2011 Winter issue of Ghettoblaster Magazine! This time around we’ve got all sorts of goodness, including our cover piece on Ghettoblaster faves Guided by Voices, interviews with DJ Shadow, RJD2, Mastodon, Russian Circles, Wolves in the Throne Room and many more. And, of course, all the requisite album, book and movie reviews.
As usual, you can order Ghettoblaster #30 it by sending us an email. Or you can subscribe to our quarterly issues for a whole year to keep the good times rolling.
My friends. It is time. Ghettoblaster Magazine print issue #28 has arrived. The Man has tried to keep us down for years, but we keep on pushing forward with the best talk about the best music, books, movies and games we can find.
Issue 28 is jam packed with goodness. Everything from Seun Kuti to Times New Viking and so many good things in between. We talk about the new Kode9/Spaceape collaboration. We talk with Del tha Funkee Homosapien. Raekwon’s in there. And so much more.
You can order it by clicking here or subscribe to our quarterly for a whole year so the good shit keeps on rolling.
My friends, it’s been a little while since you last saw some print action from us. But let me tell you: the wait is well worth it. David and the print crew have a metric crap ton of goodness to give you. Issue 27 (which you can order by clicking this link) is making its way onto a print stand near you, so get excited.
Lemuria is on the cover. If you’ve never heard of them, this will serve as an awesome introduction.
Other than that, we’ve got interviews with the Get Up Kids, Earth, Electric Wizard, Akron/Family, British Sea Power, Mogwai, the Twilight Singers and many, many more.
As usual, we sling some opinions on our favorite — and least favorite — new albums, movies, books, video games and various other sundries. What is a sundry? Order the new issue and you’ll find out.
Guys! It’s issue number 26! Just like always, it’s jam-packed with musical goodness. And some other kinds of goodness too.
Superchunk is the big feature to check out this time around, but there are also pieces about Pharoahe Monch, Arab On Radar, Marnie Stern, Les Savy Fav, The Queers, No Age, Swans, Oval and Walking Dead.
Rock and roll, bitches.
Perhaps you should grab your mouse and click this link where you can ask us to send you a copy?. Or maybe you could subscribe to get four of these bad boys a year for $14. That’s the same as like two Chipotle burritos. You can handle it.
Of course, you can always pop over to the In Print page to check out our back catalog and order up any issue you want.
The summer is hot and so is this print issue of Ghettoblaster! Sha-bang! It’s packed with all the best stuff we could dig up for you. Everything from Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek to Teenage Fanclub and Phosphorescent. Also: Konono No. 1, Cap’n Jazz, Little Brother, Walter Schreifels and a whole crapload more.
If we’ve intrigued you enough, why don’t you ask us to send you a copy? Or, perhaps, subscribe to get four of these bad boys every year? Just a thought.
Also, while we’re at it, head over to the In Print page if you are ever wanting to back-order any old issues. More amazing bathroom reading than you know what to do with.
Issue 24! Shabang!
Guys! We have another new print issue. I swear, the features get better and better with every issue. This one’s got everyone from Frightened Rabbit to Four Tet, Ted Leo to Titus Andronicus, and of course the queen of soul and funk of the new millenium, Miss Sharon Jones herself!
Check out the In Print page for more information or order your copy right now!
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If Robert Pollard can do it, so can you! Issue 23 features all the stuff you see on this image of the cover, along with stuff you can’t read ’cause the resolution’s too low!
Now reaching 20% more of y’all – additional magazines headed out to Borders, Barnes and Noble, a number of other chains, as well as both of America’s remaining independent record stores (go out and support them).
You can read more about it on the In Print page.