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Category Archives: manners

Dark Austrian Heat

The Austrian Heat has returned: As that heatwave is about to make us feel all sizzurp’d and lean as hell, we’re still shaking our heads over Moneyboy’s unlikely, purple colored, codeine-fueled rise to fame – what’s more: if anyone ever asks you for a Lubitz, now you (kind of) know – but luckily, we don’t [...]

discoverness, freedoming, sharehood

Pulling off yet another genius move, Father John Misty just announced his very own (and crap-sounding) SAP – Streamline Audio Protocol: “I am pleased to introduce SAP, a new signal-to-audio process by which popular albums are “sapped” of their performances, original vocal, atmosphere and other distracting affectations so the consumer can decide quickly and efficiently [...]

One Night In Berlin

Just in case you’re feeling that Berlin winter blues already: go out at night, and go underground.

Keep on Pushin’

If you’re familiar with names such as Barbee or Duffy, Shiloh or Salman, Hensley or Natas, this one’s clearly for you, but Ricki Bedenbaugh’s “Keep on Pushin’” is fun to watch even if you’re not.

Raise The Roof

We (only) do interviews over here, but ROOF did poetry back in the seventies (in fact they still do), and thanks to Jacket2 (an archival platform for magazines committed to poetry and poetics) you can get yourself a coffee (or a case of beer), call it a week, and dig in.

Götzengeschwätz & Baggerspionage

“Herbstlaubtrittvergnügen” indeed: This guy Ben Schott certainly knows his German Compound Words…


The sister title to beloved Fantastic Man – living proof if proof were needed that independent magazines can do just fine in face of the Vogues in the world, thank you – appropriately called Gentlewoman, have not only just released their new issue fronted in bold black and white, they’ve also launched a rather fantastic [...]

Under the influence of Boardwalk

Stranger things have happened, but I wonder why we didn’t mention yet how much we love Boardwalk…

Young Fathers’ Newest Baby

Guess you didn’t hear about it because you were busy eating at Kreuzberg’s Salumeria Lamuri or digging Burnquist or blasting some Krule, but Anticon’s Young Fathers have dropped two mind-blowing “tapes”, as they like to call them, over the last few months – perhaps the best rap/non-rap music from Scotland ever?! -, and just [...]


But very elegantly spoken, Mr Willem Dafoe, in the latest issue of Canadian Hobo magazine.