Cover by Jason
Catnip: Egress to Oblivion? [Classroom Drug
Educational Film] from Jason Willis
photos by Robert El Diablo and Shanty Cheryl
by Todd Taylor. Members of most Tucson
bands. Lots of them. Southwest psych rock thatíll get all the man booties
shaking. (website, facebook)
Big Eyes: Interview by Taiga
Dinger and Fťlix Reyes. They tour so much you might not realize it, but these
guys love The Fastbacks so much they moved to Seattle. (website,† facebook)
The Zephyr: Interview by Todd Taylor and Daryl Gussin. They were from Boston, now LA. They may
very well be the first pralt-country band to make that move. (bandcamp, facebook)
of Roctober: Interview by Ryan Leach. Between his long-running zine, band, and Chicago public access TV
show Chic-A-Go-Go, you could call him the Steve Martin of DIY ethics. (website, facebook)
is 100% solid.
Jim Ruland knows what all his
tattoos mean. (blog,† twitter)
Amy Adoyzie knows how to make a
mixed tape. (twitter,
Liz Prince knows how to
loves living in the city.
Rev. NÝrb is another year older.
Hornberger is a lot of years older.
shares stories of Freddy K, the Door County Polka King. (facebook)
only hates ten things.† (blog,
knows how to get kicked out of a bar. (facebook, website)
Adrian Chi spends time on the
Art Fuentes spends a lot of time
Nardwuar talks hip hop with
Metta World Peace.
Mitch Clem is on watch. (website, twitter)
And a whole
mess of reviews (with even more online).
This issue is
dedicated to the marriage of Daryl Gussin and Adrian Chi.