Zines

Every issue of Women in Sound zine is a treat, but this one is perhaps the best yet. Interviews with three of our favorites: Mirah Zeitlyn (as in, indie-pop goddess Mirah), Laetitia Tamko (of Vagabon), and legendary Prince recording engineer Susan Rogers (!?!). It's nuts.

If that's not enough, there's also interviews with Dana Wachs (of Vorhees), Rachel Alina, Felix Walworth (of Told Slant), TRNSGNDR/VHS, and Leslie Gaston-Bird...[ continued ]

One of our favorite zines around, Women in Sound is always packed with interesting discussions from across the musical map. This time around, there's conversations with: synthesizer pioneer Suzanne Ciani, legendary punk label founder Lisa Fancher (Frontier Records), Amy Dragon (Telegraph Mastering), Marta Salogni (recording & mixing engineer for Bjork and Frank Ocean), Pamela Dwyer (live sound engineer, CKUT), Natalie Hernandez (Death By Audio Effects Pedals), Amanda Davis (live sound engineer for Janelle Monae and Tegan + Sara)...[ continued ]

As always, let us start with a highlight (among the many great interviews this issue of Women in Sound has to offer): music writer Jes Skolnik (senior editor at Bandcamp Daily) goes deep on being a writer from a young age, the world of music journalism, what it's like to be an editor, and writing about music as a musician with a deep desire to write about music. Highly recommended reading...[ continued ]

Women in Sound, the zine dedicated to women and non-binary people in all areas of live and recorded sound, is one of our favorite zines around. Always packed with interviews and insight, each issue is a delight. 

The highlight this time: CAROL KAYE, the 85-year-old bassist and the backbone behind some of rock and soul's biggest hits. She tells stories of recording with everyone from Sam Cooke to Phil Spector, Barbara Streisand to Ray Charles, and it's an absolute joy to read...[ continued ]

A Zine-Zine Proposition takes a trash bargain-bin romance novel and reconstructs a loose story using only its most ridiculous sentences. A fun, hilarious, and nonsensical read.

12 pages, half-letter size.

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