Winter 2012/2013: The Visual Issue
You can check out the digital version of the mag here. Find print copies of the mag around the region.
Here is the table of contents from the VISUAL ISSUE:
COVER STORY: They’re more than a collection of social misfits with crazy colored hair. Blonde Gang is a collaborative musical experience that you have to see and hear.
COVER STORY: NoseGo channeled the negativity he experienced while growing up into something powerful – his art. And now his work graces murals, galleries and album covers.
COVER STORY: Ameerah K. glows in the art as she live paints the hip-hop scene.
COVER STORY: Prowler frontman Keith Greiman creates art as unusual as the music his band makes.
COVER STORY: DJ PHSH and the SEDSO design team throw a monthly party that combines music and visual arts.
Music & Politics: City Hall Presents brings musicians and artists to unusual performance spaces around the grand building.
This Place Rocks: Ola Solanke slowly built The Arts Garage into a beloved arts space. Now he’s ready to sell the joint.
Music & Education: Wes Manchild teaches children by day. By night, he makes beats and produces for local artists.
Food That Rocks: To get to the hipster music spot upstairs (Fiume), you have to walk through the best Ethiopian restaurant in Philly – Abyssinia. Plus five other places to eat in West Philly.
Unusual Approach: Kurt Hunte talks to Kock 107’s Brian Langan about music, art and doing the Slip ‘n Slide as an adult.
Publisher’s Note: Don’t let the world get to you. Go out. Listen to music. Enjoy your friends. And live your life.
The National Rifle (right)
Break It Up (above)
Sadie (the web series)
The Downtown Club (right, bottom)