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Straight No Chaser, Issue #99 Summer 2018

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Straight No Chaser - #SNC99 arrives on at out HQ on Monday 16th July and we will start mailing out that week! So, you can pre-order now!! It’s took a little bit longer than we expected but hey, good things comes to those who wait.. Significantly, it was in the summer of 1988 – three decades ago – that we launched Straight No Chaser – the magazine of World Jazz Jive. Back then we defined the venture as a “designer fanzine” and in many respects that definition still holds true. The magazine evolved as a hub for a global community of music devotees committed to exploring diverse cultures of the African diaspora. From Sun Ra to Jeff Mills we explored ‘Intergalactic Sounds: Ancient To Future’ but in 2007, with the arrival of the internet, we were forced to call it a day. However, 10 years down the line, a fresh, bold jazz influenced, nu-generation have emerged and it felt right to pick up where we left off with #SNC98. Over 130+ pages, this issue – #SNC99 – 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. #SNC98 sold out in under three weeks and though we’ve printed more mags there’s no room for complacency when it comes to getting your copy. This thing is worldwide!

Waxpoetics Issue 64 - Yo! MTV Raps b/w The Internet

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Contents:
Yo! MTV Raps
Exploding onto cable television in August 1988, Yo! MTV Raps was a huge hit because it was necessary. Perhaps the most potent catalyst in hip-hop’s infiltration of the mainstream, Yo! beamed future superstars and regional rap heroes alike into living rooms for the first time ever.
The Internet
Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martians have emerged from production, engineering, and DJing roles within the Odd Future crew to claim their own stake in this new movement of Black musical expressi

on. Originally intended to be a Neptunes-like production team, their collective, named the Internet, is now a full-fledged band with Syd taking lead vocal duties. Their third album, Ego Death, doubles down on their questioning of what it means to be young, gifted, and Black in America.
Kashif
After a stint as keyboard player with B.T. Express, Brooklyn’s Kashif turned to writing and producing for other artists, infusing synthesizers into R&B and taking the post-disco genre into a modern boogie wonderland.


Wax Poetics Issue 60 w/ Blondie & SZA


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Longtime contributing editor Andrew “Monk” Mason interviews Blondie cofounders Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, and chronicles the band’s rise from New York’s DIY art-rock downtown scene to worldwide airwaves with the disco hits “Heart of Glass” and the Giorgio Moroder–produced “Call Me.” But perhaps their real legacy is tied to the then burgeoning hip-hop movement; after meeting “Fab 5” Freddy, Blondie would record “Rapture”—the first pop song to incorporate a rap—and help bring the nascent artform to a larger global audience.

SZA feels like she’s an anomaly in the music game, an outcast. But she’s not trying to be anyone but herself. As she creates her highly anticipated sophomore album, SZA is finding her voice and learning to actualize her own vision.

While he’s known as a ’60s counterculture icon for his raunchy yet brilliant comics, illustrator Robert Crumb’s heart lies in the ’20s and ’30s. His love of old 78s and the songs of the original blues men, rural string bands, and obscure jazz musicians makes Crumb one of the leading experts on early American music.

During the first series of solo Wu-Tang Clan releases, Raekwon the Chef, with the help of his childhood pal and Wu cohort Ghostface Killah, created 1995’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, an album rife with crime narratives taken from real-life experiences growing up in Staten Island as well as gangster films like Scarface and The Killer.

During the golden era of hip-hop, Onyx, a group of bald-headed, angry youth from Queens, attacked the music industry like a pack of vicious pit bulls with the hip-hop anthem “Slam,” inspired by the slam-dancing video for “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

Full contents: Blondie SZA Onyx Raekwon (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx) Robert Crumb Harvey Mason Marsha Ambrosius Eddy Senay Budos Band Taylor McFerrin Fatima Stick Against Stone Jordan Rakei

Wax Poetics Issue 66


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DJ Shadow The late 1980s and early ’90s saw the dawn of a new day as sampling was at a high point with hip-hop’s golden era. Following in the footsteps of Double Dee & Steinski, Prince Paul, and the Dust Brothers, DJ SHADOW would push the boundaries of sampling with his early Mo’ Wax releases. His first full-length album, Endtroducing…, further shined a light on the art form, as the album exploded through popular culture and put the reluctant star in the spotlight.

David Axelrod Producer/composer DAVID AXELROD landed a dream job at Capitol Records in 1964, immediately working with jazz legend Cannonball Adderley and lifting soul singer Lou Rawls to great heights.

Leon Sylvers III Gifted songwriter, bassist, and producer LEON SYLVERS III led his siblings’ group THE SYLVERS from their teenaged harmony-tinged sweet-soul beginnings to mainstream disco heights. Then, in the late-’70s and early ’80s, he helped usher in the new wave of synthesizer-driven R&B, writing and producing hits for everyone from Shalamar to Gladys Knight and the Pips.

DJ Krush After splitting with his crew in Japan, DJ KRUSH embarked on a journey with British label Mo’ Wax that found the turntablist/producer using hip-hop’s breakbeat foundation while pioneering a new genre of abstract instrumentals.

Cynthia Robinson CYNTHIA ROBINSON was a single mother when she joined Sly and the Family Stone as a trumpeter and vocalist in 1966. As one of the band’s most prominent figures, she became lovers with Sly, giving birth to their daughter, Sylvyette “Phunne” Stone, in 1976. Years later, as Robinson carried the torch with the Family Stone into the next century, Phunne would have the chance to join her mother onstage as a vocalist.

Also: Australian plunderers the Avalanches release their first record in sixteen years; adventures of a reggae messenger with Danny Holloway.

Waxpoetics Issue 63 - Gary Clark Jr. b/w Raury

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Contents:
Blues Brother
Mentored on the axe by Stevie Ray Vaughan's brother Jimmy and mentored on the music business by friend Cody Chesnutt, Austin guitarist Gary Clark Jr. was hailed as blues music's second coming after a couple of self-released records and his Grammy-winning, major-label debut, Blak and Blu. But not wanting to be put in a box, Clark took a cue from Chesnutt's The Headphone Masterpiece and set out to record and self-produce a wide-ranging yet personal album from his own perspective. The result, The Story of Sonny Boy Slim, sees Clark bridging the gap between genres while creating his own thing.
Top Billin'
After a couple of his singles blew up, nineteen-year-old singer-songwriter Raury flipped that success into an ambitious desire to create profound and impactful art. As he headlines his own festivals, and his anxiously anticipated finally debut drops, Raury now leads a pack of young artists aiming to start a movement to take the music industry in a new, positive direction.
Also: Blue-eyed-soul man Boz Scaggs, Motown songwriter Marilyn McLeod, classic rock producer John Simon, saxophonist and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Kamasi Washington, soul singer throwback Leon Bridges, French beatmaker Onra, Stones Throw producer Knxwledge, and underground sound manipulator Norvis Jr.

Waxpoetics Issue 62 - Giorgio Moroder b/w Ratatat

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Full contents:
Giorgio Moroder
Ratatat
The Ladies of Chic
Steve Arrington
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Photography of Les McCann
Van Hunt
Divine Styler
Nu Shooz
Jamaiel Shabaka
Ibeyi
Seven Davis Jr.
Bixiga 70
Nick Hakim
45 Francki of IAM
Shusei Nagaoka

Waxpoetics Issue 51 Nas + Danny Brown
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Wax Poetics 51 is an all-hip-hop issue with two different covers.
Cover 1: Microphone icon Nas b/w Detroit rapper Danny Brown. Limited-Edition
Cover 2: No Limit Records (cover feature on production team Beats by the Pound) b/w Ishmael Butler's new project, Shabazz Palaces.
Features on Kurtis Blow, El-P, the Roots, Killer Mike, Robert Glasper, and Coke La Rock.
Also in this issue: Oddisee, G-Side, THEESatisfaction, Cities Aviv, and Gangrene (Alchemist & Oh No).

Bonafide Issue 11 - Young Fathers b/w Disclosure

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Bonafide magazine issue 11 features a double cover of two of the country's most exciting and increasingly revered contemporary pop artists, Disclosure and Young Fathers.

Issue 11 features:
Disclosure
Young Fathers
Tyler, The Creator
Armand Van Helden
London's soul jazz renaissance with 22a
Kind Midas Sound
Roisin Murphy
John Talabot
Knxwledge
Szjerdene
Goldlink
DJ Koze
Scuba

Mass Appeal Issue #55 feat Tyler, The Creator and Eric Andrˇ


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Mass Appeal team has been hard at work to hit you upside your head with dope shit for the latest issue of Mass Appeal, and they're extremely excited to unveil the first cover of threeŃyes, threeŃfor Mass Appeal Issue 55, starring Tyler, The Creator and Eric Andrˇ.

I Am Hip Hop Magazine Issue 2 (Immortal Technique)

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I Am Hip Hop Magazine Issue 3 (Universal Zulu Nation)

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"Colour Me Bad Vol 2" 36 page colouring book by Kid Acne, edition of 200

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* 36 printed pages
* 4 spot colour cover
* Traditional risograph print on uncoated recycled paper stock
* Customised with original illustration on inside front cover
* Limited run of 200 - individually numbered and embossed by the artist.


"Colour Me Bad" 36 page colouring book by Kid Acne, edition of 500, SIGNED

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* 36 printed pages
* 4 colour cover - black / teal / gold / fluorescent orange
* Traditional risograph print on uncoated recycled paper stock
* Limited run of 500 - individually numbered and embossed by the artist.


Fat Boss Magazine, May & June 1999

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Waxpoetics Issue 57 - Janelle Mon‡e/Jody Watley

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Not everyone fits in with the mainstream. Some are born to be different. They are misfits, individualists, outsiders, and eccentrics that let their freak flags fly. Yet they have found a way to thrive on their own terms, transcending barriers of categorical concepts and popular expectations.
Janelle Mon‡e eschews the prosaic biographical trappings in favor of the science fiction of alter-ego android Cindi Mayweather, believing that robots represent an otherness. She is seemingly at odds with current R&B radio, yet she was signed by Diddy and has found crossover success. Jody Watley did not want to be an industry puppet. She broke free, joined forces with like-minded superfreak Andrˇ Cymone, and established herself as an artist who took control of all aspects of her public persona from songwriting to style. Todd Rundgren embraced all styles. Butterfly-wing eyelashes and feather boas. Rock and roll and rhythm and blues. And he often did everything by himself. Songwriting, playing all the instruments, engineering. He even produced other outcasts like the New York Dolls, and went on to influence countless modern misfits. Souls of Mischief busted out of Oakland with their own style. Surrounded by gritty streets and street players, the rap quartet was instead playful and thoughtful, winning a lifelong audience based on brains, wit, and individuality. Some consider Earl Sweatshirt the weird one of Odd Future. That should tell you something. But in reality, he's just an outsider, the weight of his intellect making him different than most rappers today. He has a way with words that most poets would kill kings for. He joins the long line of artists that represent the ideal musical other, what true fans long for when wading through depths of mainstream drivel.
Also featuring: Milosh & Rhye, the story of the Soul Train dancers, Black Milk, Ed Motta, Kon, Boardwalk, and Bruno Morais.

Waxpoetics Issue 55 - De La Soul + Daft Punk

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Issue 55 celebrates exploration.
French duo Daft Punk are redefining modern dance music by bringing the musicians back.
Hip-hop legends De La Soul keep the team together even after twenty years in the game.
Contents: Daft Punk, De La Soul, Nile Rodgers, Teddy Riley, Slum Village, Gino Soccio, Me'Shell Ndegˇocello, Waajeed, Jack Bruce, Lady, Ava Luna, BLKKATHY

Waxpoetics Issue 54 - Daryl Hall + Josˇ James

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Issue 54 features the poster boy for the blue-eyed-soul movement, Daryl Hall. Wax Poetics digs deep into the scene with features on Bobby Caldwell, Donald Fagen of Steely Dan, Laura Nyro, and Ned Doheny. Also featuring crooner Josˇ James, Keyboard Kid, Nosaj Thing, Clams Casino, and the Ghetto Brothers.

Waxpoetics Magazine Issue 53 RZA/Jesse Boykins III

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Hip hop legend, soundtrack composer, actor/director and straight-up modern day Renaissance Man RZA graces the front cover of Wax Poetics - with the ascendant future soul guru Jesse Boykins III covering the back! This excellent and eclectic issue of Wax Po also has features on Detroit drummer/producer Karriem Riggins, William Hart of The Delfonics, Pacific Northwest jazz funk legends Pleasure, Bryan Ferry, Nite Jewel, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Gaslamp Killer, Bay Area hip hop boss Mac Dre and much more!

Waxpoectics - Issue 44

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Highlights and main features : War's tight core of prolific players fused worldwide rhythms with all-day authority É War keyboardist Lonnie Jordan soldiers on É Syl Johnson put the blues in R&B É Al Kooper gave his soul for rock and roll É Johnny Colon embraced R&B to fortify Latin music in the 60's É also includes Budos Band, Bill Withers, United States Navy Port Authority Soul Band, Bennie Maupin rediscovered, and DJ Muggs record rundown.


Waxpoectics - Issue 42 - The R'n'B Issue ft Barry White / D'Angelo

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Also Includes Melvin Bliss, Ernie Hines, The Wah-wah Pedal, Bilal, Spree Wilson, The Bamboos, Kings Go Forth, Record Rundown: Five fine artists let the vinyl speak, Analog Out: How Guitar Amps and Pedals Became Virtual, Tito Ramos, Curtis Mayfield, Joi, Jeff Redd, and D.J. Rogers Re:Discovered.


Waxpoectics - Issue 41 - The East Coast Issue ft KRS ONE / EPMD

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Also Includes: EPMD, DJ Disco Whiz, Supreme Photo Essay, Grandmixer DXT, Latin Freestyle, Easy Mo Bee Record Rundown, DJ Amir Record Spot Rundown, Peanut Butter Wolf Video Rundown, Souls of Mischief, Jimmy Spicer, Vicious Beat Posse, Just-Ice, Mixmaster Gee and the Turntable Orchestra, and Spyder D RE:Discovered, Guru, Malcolm McLaren, and Chilly B remembered


Waxpoetics - Issue 40

Ohio Players


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- LEROY SUGARFOOT BONNER bares the pleasures and pains of the OHIO PLAYERS. - Motown cofounder and hitmaker SMOKEY ROBINSON ascended souls limitations. - Detroit collective TRIBE employed jazz to empower the people. - JOE CUBA and his Sextet reinvented Latin music many times over. - The auspicious apprenticeship of Atlantic Records engineer GENE PAUL. - Jazz vibist JOHNNY LYTLE relentlessly went the distance. Plus: TORTOISE, RECORD RUNDOWN WITH MILES TACKET OF BREAKESTRA, JAVELIN, GILLES PETERSON IN HAVANA ,TEDDY PENDERGRASS AND WILLIE MITCHELL REMEMBERED

Waxpoetics - Issue 38

Curtis Mayfield/Ralph Bakshi


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* Re:Discovery Melvin Van Peebles, Manfred Krug, Marvin Gaye, Judgment Night OST, John Carpenter * Roc Raida The Grand Master * Shadows and Phonographs This sinister role of the turntable in Hollywood classics * Brotherman Blaxploitation soundtrack for a film that wasnt meant to be * Adrian Younge Black Dynamite composer refuses to cut corners with his authentic old soul * Gangs On Film The South Bronx of 1979 documented in 80 Blocks from Tiffanys * Night Life Photographer Michael Abramson captured the magic of 1970s South Side Chicago * The Rhythm of Film DJ/producer David Holmes approaches soundtrack composition with a less-is-more philosophy * Mood Music European libraries created soulful instrumentals for 70s film and television * The Next Hustle Ex-pimp Robert Beck transformed into writer Iceberg Slim, introducing a new genre for literature, film and music * Comic Truth Animation and indie film pioneer Ralph Bakshi drew attention to race and culture * Gangster Boogie Curtis Mayfield injected his own cultural commentary into the Super Fly legacy * The Provocateur Director Spike Lee continues to tell personal stories by any means necessary * Playing It Straight Black Dynamite director Scott Sanders crafts high-caliber blaxploitation homage * Analog Out Cybernetics, Louis and Bebe Barron, and the sonic life-forms of Forbidden Planet

 Waxpoetics Issue 35 £8.99 Add to basket

with ROGER TROUTMANS talk box sings the Human Body electric, Organist and Memphis native BOOKER T. JONES was the life force of the Stax sound, THE MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA broke new musical ground despite icy relationships, Musician BYRON LEES renowned studio lit a fire under Jamaicas music scene, Dust Brother E.Z. MIKE SIMPSON pulls endless possibilities from the funky past, Rapper DEF JEF weighed in with a conscious voice, RALPH MACDONALD put his artistic touch on classic soul and jazz sides, LORD FINESSE is on a habitual quest for musical knowledge, EL MICHELS AFFAIR channels the Wu-Tang Clans ruckus and more!

 Waxpoetics Issue 31 £9.99 Add to basket

* Isaac Hayes - Black Moses * Jerry Wexler - Soul Instinct * Roy Shirley - Rocksteady Soul * The Menahan Street Band's melodies find their way back home * J.Rocc lets his fingers do the rocking * The electric Mickey Dread tapped reggae's unique frequencies * Guitarist Larry Coryell lit up a genre * Shuggie Otis shines light on dark days * Os Mutantes transformed modern Brazilian pop * Slick Rick set the standard in rap's glory years * Grant Green Jr. reflects on his father's signature sound * Disco futurist Patrick Adams found his voice in the keys * A revealing look into the mind of MF DOOM * Count Bass D carves out a musical niche

 Waxpoetics Issue 30 - August September 2008 £8.99 Add to basket

* Bo Diddley - In Memoriam * Jimmy McGriff - In Memoriam * Ike Turner - In Memoriam * Buddy Miles - In Memoriam * The compounded sound of the Dirtbombs * The Blues Project didn't need a reason to love the blues * The Black Rock Coalition's fight to break the mold * Iron Knowledge still leaves them guessing * Anatolian rock fused Turkish folk with fuzz * The ebb and flow of folksinger Sixto Rodriguez * Babe Ruth's hip-hop homerun * The Rascals strive for harmony against all odds * A twist of fate for pioneers Black Merda * Bad Brains unleashed extraordinary positivity from the nation's capital * Filmmaker Don Letts manned a culture clash * Dave Bartholomew is rock and roll's unheralded godfather * Ernie Isley finds his place among rock royalty * How a gritty Memphis studio helped Elvis get real again * The punk-funk of Prince and the Rebels

Waxpoetics Issue 28 £9.99 Add to basket

Featuring Al Green, Q-Tip, Flying Lotus, Doug Hammond, Mike Clark and much much more!

Waxpoetics Issue 27 £9.99 Add to basket

Featuring Grand Master Flash, Eddie Harris, Blue Note Sampler, Hot 8 Brass Band, Newcleus and much much more!

Wax Poetics Issue 25

The Photo Issue, Charlie Ahearn, Jamel Shabbaz

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Wax Poetics Issue 24
Mandrill, Eddie Cheba, Marcos Valle, Larry Harlow, Leroy Burgess, Kenton Nix
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Wax Poetics Issue 22
Betty Davis, Too Short, Freddie Terrell, Joao Donato, Steve Reid, King Errisson, Incredible Bongo Band, Ornette Coleman, Alice Coltrane, Marshall Sehorn, Ahmet Ertegun, Marva Whitney, Rhettmatic, Kon & Amir, Lifesavas
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Wax Poectics Number 8

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Wax Poetics Issue 4
Cover Art by Tracy 168
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 Hip Hop Connection 230 January/February 2009 Lil Wayne £4.50 Add to basket

with Abstract Urban CD, NAS, Best of 2008, Immortal Technique

Touch Magazine, February 1993, Issue 23

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Mass Appeal Issue 53 Cover: Mac Miller & ScHoolBoy Q

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With a foundation in creative instigation, Mass Appeal was spawned from the tattooed walls and ink stained subways of a now bygone era. Founded in 1996, what began as a graffiti zine evolved into much more; a collectible publication truly by and for opinion lead- ers, trendsetters, risk takers and rule breakers. With a rich heritage in hip hop culture, Mass Appeal is a nod to the past while discov- ering and championing what's next. With content spanning the worlds of music, art, and style, Mass Appeal continues it's indelible mark on culture. Mass Appeal is a premium, collectible quarterly publication cel- ebrating creative instigation. The summer edition will romance the adventure of getting out there and pushing new boundaries. Featuring Mac Miller and ScHoolBoy Q on the cover, Mass Appeal Issue 53 will showcase Nas is Like, original content from the iconic film Wildstyle, exclusive Watch&Witness photography capturing Detroit's street art, summerBBQs in Brooklyn, a visit to KAWS' studio and more. With over 120 pages of provocative perspective, Mass Appeal looks, feels and reads like an art book.

Mass Appeal Issue 52 Cover: Earl Sweatshirt & Blake Anderson

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FEATURES
A$AP Mob Family Tree Anatomy of a rap mafia.
Pinball Wizards Bumper to bumper fun for everyone.
Bun B's Coloring Book Big kids don't play.
Hang Loose Hang 10 with California's Wavves.
The Bombing of a Theme Park Painting in the middle of nowhere with TRUSTO CORP.
Ebony & Ivory Earl Sweatshirt and Blake Anderson get open and open up.
That Nasty Hand Handwriting Analysis: A new book breaks down the writing on the wall.
ICE CREAM Skate Team Rock the fly shit! Going Pro Working girls show you how they live Reas' Masterpieces Fine artist Todd James talks life and crappy manual labor jobs. Heavyweights Action Bronson and MR MFN eXquire.
Henry Chalfant's Big Subway Archive
Ask The Mushroom Jason Goldwatch gets deep with nature.
Barrier Kult Satanic Skaters.
The World Is Your Billboard Streets assassins Pixote + Sabio might just roll up on you.
Red Dawn A Blood's take on gang life. The Ups Man Easy gets up and truly delivers.
Cool Calm Collecting... SSUR is a brand that didn't just come out of nowhere.
The Colossal Perspective Sky High Visions.

Bonafide Magazine Issue 7

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Featuring Flying Lotus, DJ Shadow, Ice T, Shepard Fairey, Kendrick Lamarr, Lapalux, Lee Scratch Perry amd more!

Grand Slam Magazine Vol. 1, Issue 3 Autumn 2003

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 Grand Royal Issue 2 (1995) £19.99 Add to basket

The Magazine of Champions with Ill Rock Stars, Ricky Powell, Ted Nugent, Dolemite & Queen Bee, Money Mark's and more!

Fat Lace Magazine Issue 5

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Fat Lace Magazine Issue 2

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"Colour Me Bad Vol 2" 36 page colouring book by Kid Acne, edition of 200

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* 36 printed pages
* 4 spot colour cover
* Traditional risograph print on uncoated recycled paper stock
* Customised with original illustration on inside front cover
* Limited run of 200 - individually numbered and embossed by the artist.


"Colour Me Bad" 36 page colouring book by Kid Acne, edition of 500, SIGNED

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* 36 printed pages
* 4 colour cover - black / teal / gold / fluorescent orange
* Traditional risograph print on uncoated recycled paper stock
* Limited run of 500 - individually numbered and embossed by the artist.


Fat Boss Magazine, May & June 1999

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Kings Magazine #1
High & Mighty, Mr Complex, Technics 1200, Free Old School Poster
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