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128 page Dream Magazine #9 features Sky Sunlight Saxon
of The Seeds and YaHoWha 13, child actor and adult singer/songwriter/actor
Bill Mumy, Phil Elverum of Mount Eerie, Anla Courtis translates an interview
by Carlos Acedo Badi with legendary Argentinian drummer Daddy Antogna. We
also talk to Northwestern California’s Bird By Snow, and the UK’s
Things In Herds, Mats Gustafsson chats with Scott Tuma, Buck Curran of Arborea
talks to multiinstrumentalist Helena Espvall, I talk to singer songwriter
Corbi Wright, the UK’s Mark Fry, Phantom Buffalo, Andria Degens aka
Pantaleimon, Fern Knight, Brother JT, Poland’s Brasil & the Gallowbrothers
Band, Austrian art/music duo Snawklor. The work of Sarah June is explored
by Charles Schneider, and I talk with the multifaceted NZ singer songwriter
John White, Fire On Fire, Oklahoma’s own Anvil Salute, the UK duo M.
Jarvis/A. Jarvis, Nevada City’s own Casual Fog, Red Favorite, singer/songwriter
Christian Jonassen, Italian trio Painting Petals On Planet Ghost, The Moore
Brothers. And John Wisniewski interviewed composer Glenn Branca, the legendary
Boyd Rice, and David Thomas of Pere Ubu. There are also several pages of art
by contributors Matt Everett, Diana Drake, Charles Schneider, Snawklor and
Dream Magazine #5 - 128 pages mag
CD includes exclusive material from:
Issue eight has longtime contributor Mats Gustafsson (late of The Broken Face) doing his inimitable interviewing journalistic thing on Los Angeles brotherly duo Antique Brothers, and New Zealand’s singular Rory Storm. Ned Raggett talked to guitar genius Ilyas Ahmed. Steve Sawada interviewed Portland, Oregon’s Plants. Brian Faulkner talked to Tom and Christina of the Charalambides, Mark Dagley chatted with Natalie Rose LeBrecht aka Greenpot Bluepot. I interviewed: The very wonderful Damon & Naomi, tripped-out vocal adventurer Dredd Foole, great guitarist Sir Richard Bishop of the late lamented Sun City Girls, legendary Japanese guitarist Michio Kurihara with translation by Alan Cummings, the deeply beguiling husband and wife acid folk duo Arborea, American singer songwriter Stephen Yerkey of the late great Nonfiction, Argentinian sonic explorer Anla Courtis late of Reynols, the great Swedish psychedelic band The Spacious Mind, the unique and brilliant British composer and vocalist Johnny Parry, I talked to Myc James lead vocalist of Nevada City band of yore Absalom, psychedelic home-recording Brit madman Reefus Moons, singer songwriter Lys Guillorn, ambient masters Stars of the Lid, Sacramento Valley’s own psych-pop wizard Anton Barbeau, and the truly wonderful The Handsome Family. We also feature artwork by the stalwart Peter Blegvad, the charming Andrew Goldfarb, and myself.
comics anthology (Adults Only)
96 pages, b&w interior, full color cover.
Features: Jim Woodring, Steve Cerio, Dan Clowes, Julie Doucet, Mary Fleener, Eddie Campbell, Joe Coleman, the Pizz, Dennis Worden, Roy Tompkins, Danny Hellman, Wayno, J.R. Williams, Mack White, Leslie Sternbergh, A.C. Samish, Erol Otus, Scott Cunningham, Jaime Crespo, R.L. Crabb, Tom Appleton, Pit, Annie Sprinkle, John Trubee, Jonathan Richman (he did the color painting for the back cover shown below), and lots more. All dream-based stories, mostly comics, some text.
Dream Magazine #7 - 96 pages $8 cover price, $12 postpaid in the U.S.
Features a wonderful archival interview with the late great Ivor Cutler conducted by John Cavanagh (Phosphene/BBC), Mats Gustafsson talked to Lanterns and Antony Milton of PseudoArcana. Steve Sawada interviewed the legendary Linda Perhacs, Lee Jackson wrote about and chatted with Josephine Foster, Ned Raggett covered Yellow6, I interviewed Henry Flynt, Larkin Grimm, Turkish band Ayyuka, Loren Connors, Mayo Thompson of Red Krayola, Bert Jansch, Absalom, P.G. Six, Function, The Left Outsides, The Moon Upstairs, Sharron Kraus, St. Mary’s, Tor Lundvall, Powell St. John (songwriter for 13th Floor Elevators, Mother Earth, Janis Joplin, etc.), Mark Brend of Fariña, and Frans de Waard and Freek Kinkelaar of Beequeen.
Dream Magazine #6 - 112 pages with
CD (arrived 5/9/06)
CD includes exclusive material by: Steven Roden, Vibracathedral Orchestra, Bridget St. John (doing Devendra Banhart's "The Body Breaks"), Nick Castro & the Young Elders, Donovan's Brain, Saint Joan, Windy & Carl, The North Sea, Alela Menig, Black Forest/Black Sea, Absalom, and a rare track by Michael Gira.
Magazine #1 - 96 page magazine
Featuring: Peter Blegvad (and a selection of his Leviathan comic strips), Tim Buckley, Cake Like, Bill Fox, Holiday Flyer, Jeff Hoke of Guide to Lost Wonder, Terry Jones of Monty Python, David Kilgour, Barbara Manning, Piano Magic, Jonathan Richman, Sugar Plant, Townes Van Zandt, Yo La Tengo, adventures of a young shoplifter, mysterious dance lessons, mail art, The Shoe Tree by Stepan Chapman, many record reviews, and much more.
Dream Magazine #2 - 96 page mag &
The CD includes material by:
Dream Magazine #3 - 96 page magazine
CD includes: Jonathan Richman, Jeff Kelly, the Witch Hazel Sound, the Iditarod, Goblin Market, Glen Johnson, the Sand Pebbles, Phosphene, Peter Scion, Ultrasound, Suzanne, Matt Everett & Fern Knight, Aquarium Poppers, Kid Icarus, Nick Bensen, and the Slow Poisoners.
Dream Magazine #4 - 112 page mag/CD
CD includes: mv & ee, Pop-Off Tuesday, Tanakh, Barbara Manning & the Go-Luckys!, Cerberus Shoal, the Kitchen Cynics, Tim Mungenast, Pat Orchard, Cul de Sac, Little Wings, Magic Pillows, Ai Phoenix, Marianne Nowottny, and Pothole Skinny.