Maggot Brain #13

Maggot Brain #13

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Maggot Brain #13

  • Condition: New
  • Language: English
  • 130 Pages 
  • 21.59 cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")
  • Published in Detroit 
  • Summer 2023
  • Frequency: Quarterly

A slightly new look to the cover (the logo changes every three issues) which works so well with that amazing live shot of none other than Prince.

The cover story is a multi-part Prince feature with reprints of rare writings by the great writers Ann Powers, Michael A. Gonzales, and Greil Marcus.

Also Mary Lattimore: the great LA-based harpist interviewed by RJ Smith. Audrey Golden’s Thought I Heard You Speak book on the role of women in Factory Records is celebrated with an interview by Jessica Beard. Negativland with amazing huge very very in-depth feature on the whole ‘Helter Stupid’ debacle, by Cory Frye. Roussel + Duchamp, illustrated: Philippe Lapierre delivers dozens of real and super-real vignettes of a posthumous relationship, with beautiful pointillistic drawings. Stewart Lee by Richard Gehr: an awesome and dare-we-say-deep chat with the world’s greatest living standup comedian. Katharina Kuhlenkampf drew this terrific comic strip about the delightful Go-Betweens song “Lee Remick.” Emeralds: Fred Thomas on the much-missed Ann Arbor-based drone explorers. High Risk Group by Tim Alborn: the full, fascinating story of the excellent, obscure Boston based 1980s alt-rock group. Joshua Gamma: Murat Cem Mengüç on the big show the artist curated which explores the relationship between Christian psychedelic aesthetics and American subcultures.

Killer columns: A really sweet one by Lucy Sante (who has been in every issue thus far as she is our favorite contemporary nonfiction writer), return of the hip-hop column (Paula Perry this time), tape column, reissue column on the 1990s band Moss Icon by Fred Thomas, and Mimi Lipson’s excellent advice column, the Korean pop psych great Kim Jung Mi and Dorothy Berry on being Black in experimental music spaces.

Maggot Brain is a full-color quarterly brought to you by the founders of Third Man Records and “zine wizard” Mike McGonigal, covering art, music, literature and more.

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