Issue #4 pre-order now

The fourth issue of our print zine is now available to pre-order and will be shipped out early March. Pre-order now on Bandcamp.

Update 3 March: All copies have been printed and are now shipping.

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Issue 4 in 2023

Our next issue will be out early 2023 rather than this December. We can’t wait to share it with you in the new year.

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New articles and reviews

Following our third issue, released in July and available to read or purchase now, we have published some new articles online.

Five of their best: Freddy Logan

A follow up to our feature article on Dutch/English jazz bassist Freddy Logan, we rounded up some of the music he recorded during his long career. Starting in the 1950s in the Netherlands, before he moved to Australia to form two of the best Australian jazz groups of the time, and finally his later years in 60s England. Read the full article here.

A newly restored live album presents Brother Jack McDuff at his best

Live At Parnell’s, originally recorded in June 1982 was released by Soul Bank Music on September 2 this year. Across two CDs, or three LPs, McDuff and his band play for two hours without intermission. Read our article here.

Five recent releases

Rounding up a series of recent releases by artists and labels we’ve featured in our zine. Mostly electronic, with 80s synth compilations, vinyl sampling novelties, and ambience mixed in with a mix tape of lofi rock, punk, electronica, and a piano ballad. There’s a bit of everything in these five releases. Read the full article here.

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Issue #3 out now

Our third issue is available to read online now, or to purchase from our store. Inside you’ll find interviews with Oksana Linde, Nicole Willis, Parsley Sound, Rich Thair, and the record labels Buh Records, Bunyip Trax, and Garden Seat, alongside an article on Freddy Logan and The Three Out.

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Transition Records — The Complete Discography

Following our article on Tom Wilson and his jazz label Transition Records, we’ve compiled the complete discography of Transition, including release dates and recording dates where available. We’ve also highlighted the many unreleased records which Transition announced in its short life.

Read the article here.

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April Mix

Looking back and listening to some of the songs reviewed in our second issue. Featuring Punk, Soul, Folk, Electronica, Jazz. Listen on Mixcloud.

1 – Altar of Eden — Phantom Image
2 – Fantasy 15 — Percy St.
3 – Love Supreme – Sun (Acoustic)
4 – Mount Maxwell — The People’s Forest
5 – Hélène Vogelsinger — Rebirth
6 – Mabe Fratti — Que Me Hace Saber Esto
7 – Xhosa Cole Quartet – What’s New

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Five of their best: Tony Lawrence

Tony Lawrence at the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival

We wrote about Tony Lawrence and his Harlem Cultural Festival in our second issue. Now here’s an article looking at five of his songs which you can listen to now on YouTube.

Read the article here.

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March Mix & New Article

After a short break we’re back with a new article on Pressure Drop, the English duo Justin Langlands and Dave Henley who released their first two albums on Marlboro Music in Germany.

Read the article here. Then listen to our latest mix here. It includes Justin and Dave’s productions as Pressure Drop and Blood Brothers, as well as some selections from their London Underground compilations from the early 90s and a few other related beats.


  1. Pressure Drop – Back 2 Back
  2. Blood Brothers – Transfusion
  3. D*Note – The Scheme Of Things
  4. Marden Hill– Come On
  5. Palm Skin Productions – Like Brothers
  6. Raw Stylus  – Pushing Against The Flow
  7. A-Team – Trouble (Parts 1 & 2) 
  8. Cane Matto – Taxi
  9. Pressure Drop – You’re Mine (Leftfield Remix) 

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