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Magazine - Issue 8
Rough Trade’s Album of the Month is Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions. Read a conversation between Hope Sandoval and Colm Ó Cíosóig conversation with Celia Archer from The Big Moon.
A collaged exploration into the heart of New York’s very best DIY venues and nights by Rough Trade NYC’s Sydne Wheeler Larsen
Rough Trade’s Book of the Month: See Red Women’s Workshop: Feminist Posters 1974 - 1990. Published by Four Corners Books.
Label of the Month: Ghost Box
A surreal, 9-page comic drawn by New York band Pill, art direction and concept from the strange collective brains of Parquet Courts
Essential Album: Poet and writer Sam Buchan-Watts responds to Daft Punk’s seminal 1997 album, Homework.
Light in the Attic’s record store manager Brad Tilby shares the importance of ‘70s New York musician Jobriath.
Rough Trade East’s Jof Owen writes about the changing state of country music and Americana today, just in time for the annual CMAs.
The iconic, inimitable Ian Svenonius in conversation with our new favourite Nashville band, Savoy Motel
A particularly well-written horoscope from the MFA Sculpture students at Yale. Yes, you read that correctly.