Zines

In this issue of Tin Can Telephone's delves into the obscure: an in-depth of '60s Doctor Who novelty records, a primer on library music, interviews with Unread Records and Andy Rench, zine reviews, great photos. It's always such a treat.

28 pages, half-letter size.

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Temporary Sale! Spanning the globe, Tom Tom Magazine's "Rebel Issue" is it's best yet. Enemy boobs, the women of Santa Ana's Son Jarocho community, drum tab, record reviews, gear reviews, and so many amazing interviews and features. Such as...

Paulina Villarreal Vélez (of The Warning), Kuniko Kato, Kris Ramos (of Stomp),Didi Negron (of Cirque Du Soleil), Jam Rostron (Planningtorock), Habibi, Alicia Warrington, Fay Milton (of Savages), Skip the Needle, TEEN, The Suzan, Barbara (of The Belle Brigade), Daniele Daniele (of Priests), and Gina Schock of The Go-Go's!

62 pages, letter size, full color...[ continued ]

Temporary Sale! Vezella Joy of Beyoncé, Tuneyards, The Blow, Skating Polly, and more female drummers from around the world.

62 pages, letter size, full color.

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Temporary Sale! In this issue of Tom Tom, Lisa Schonberg and Aidan Koch team up to interview an audiologist about hearing damage. The Big Moon gets interviewed. We get a peek at Janet (F'ing) Weiss' nontraditional drum notations.

Not to mention: Body positive drumming, pregnancy and drumming, moon cycle metronomes, drumming after cancer, drumming after Lyme Disease, yoga for drummers, and so much more...[ continued ]

In this fabulous issue of Women in Sound zine (the "Mothership: Birth and Labor" issue), Danielle Maggio delves into the genius and legacy of funk legend Betty Davis. There are in-depth interviews with the one-and-only Osa Atoe (of Shotgun Seamstress/No More Fiction), Jade Payne (Aye Nako, The Silent Barn), Lauren Goshinski (DJ Boolean/VIA), Missy Thangs (Fidelitorium), Fielded, Jessica Thompson (Coast Mastering), Alexis Icon, and Marielle V Jakobsons (Electronic Arts/Thrill Jockey Records)...[ continued ]

The fourth issue of Women in Sound zine is built on a series of great interviews with women, queer, and trans musicians and sound artists. Included within: Gina Favano (of Come Holy Spirit), rapper/producer Sammus, producer/DJ Yaeji, sound engineer Holly Hansen, live sound engineer Carolyn Slothour, post-production engineer Leslie Mona-Mathus, and Portland's own Alissa DeRubeis and Felisha Ledesma (of S1 Synth Library & Women's Beat League)...[ continued ]

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 ]