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Maggot Brain

Maggot Brain #7 (Dec/Jan/Feb 2022) (Magazine)

Label: Maggot Brain

Format: Magazine

Genre: Sound Art

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"The front cover: is a gorgeous 1981 backstage photo of Lou Reed, subject of a phenomenal feature by former NY Rocker contributor Lisa Jane Persky. Inside you will also find: Grateful Dead - Kurt Vile tries to explain them to none other than Tom Scharpling; A special new piece about the making of the Velvet Underground's Loaded; Myriam Gendron - Track by track guide to her highly anticipated second album; Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Reprint of the best feature we ever read about him, by Erik Davis. Kinke Kooi - Recent works on paper; Michael Hurley - Talks to old friend Tara Jane O'neil on Hurley's first studio album in years; Doug Henning - The magician's radical roots in Canada's thriving 1970s prog/glam scene; Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Why she rules so hard, but there's no need to call her the 'godmother of rock 'n' roll' again, thanks; Gretchen Gonzales Davidson - The mystery and mastery of Detroit's drone warrior, by Destroy All Monsters' Cary Loren; The Goats - The 1990s' most forgotten hip-hop collective; Dean Wareham - A multi-page comic strip by Marly Beyer, on drinking coffee with Dean and Britta and why his new solo record is so excellent; Phew - Japanese experimental artist gets the Andy Beta treatment; 'Orchestre Tout Pouissant Marcel Duchamp' by the great Sara Jaffe; Plus also work on/ by: Lucy Sante, Chuck Nanny, Eliza Childress, Dwight Pavlovic; Dave Buick; Adrian Matejka; Brian Chippendale; Beautywork; Claire Cronin; John Colpits; Michael Evans; Nick Rosendale; Pastor Tl Barrett."

Cat. number: MAGGOT 007
Year: 2022