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Arthur # 34 April 2013


"After 20-plus years navigating strange, inspiring trips across myriad
underground psychedelic terrains with a host of fellow free folk,
righteous musician/head Matt Valentine (MV&EE, Tower Recordings,
etc) finally spills all possible beans in an unprecedented,
career-summarizing, ridiculously footnoted interview by Byron Coley. You
also get deep archival photo and a wander through some important MV
listening experiences with your guide Dan Ireton, under a gorgeous cover
painting of MV & EE at peace in the cosmic wild by Arik Roper.
Delicious! Also in this issue: LA Record's Chris Ziegler encounters
young Southern California psych-rock band Feeding People, fronted by the
bewitching Jessie Jones; Stewart Voegtlin on what (or: who) made
Melvins' 1992 beercrusher Lysol the most unlikely religious
record ever built, with art by Stewart's Chips N Beer mag compatriot
Beaver; Christian Ratsch and Claudia Muller-Ebeling lay down a rap about
this planet's aromatic aphrodisiacs, with art by Kira Mardives; a
lengthy interview with the remarkable esoteric cartographer David Chaim
Smith by Jay Babcock, with massive artworks from his forthcoming Fulgur
book, Blazing Dew of Stars; Gabe Soria chats with author Austin
Grossman about the basic weirdness of playing (and making) video games,
with art by Ron Rege, Jr. Plus: page after page of all-new color comics;
columns by the ever-provocative 'Weedeater' Nance Klehm and The Center
for Tactial Magic; Byron Coley and Thurston Moore's essential
underground review column, Bull Tongue, now expanded to two giant pages;
and more stuff too hot to divulge here." Cover price: $5.00; Format:
Broadsheet newspaper, 15" x 22.75", 24 pages in 3 sections."

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 10 April, 2013.

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