Tag Archive: “Ghettoblast from the Past”

Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine. For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages.

From Issue 29, Nervous Intent Records Street Eaters.  Words by Matt Lebens.  Photo by Leo Docuyanan

Also from Issue 29, Domino Recording Company My Twin Sister (formally Twin Sister).  Words by Aaron Von Dorn.  Photo by Jon Stars

Street eaters

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Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages.

From Issue 39, Cult Records The Growlers.  Words by Tommy Johnson.

Also From Issue 39, Merge Records Hiss Golden Messenger.  Words by Leo Deluca.

Growlers-Messenger

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Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages.

From Issue 27, Daptone Records Charles Bradley.  Words by Nora Spitznogle.  Photo by Toni Skotcher.

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Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages.

From Issue 44, Merge Records William Tyler.  Words by Luke LaBenne.

Also from Issue 44, Canvasback Records Adia Victoria.  Words by Tommy Johnson.

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Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages.

From Issue 23, Fat Possum Records Beaten Awake.  Words by Sean Cannon.

Also from Issue 23, Lab’oratoire Records Wax Tailor.  Words by Blake Garris.

beaten-awake

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