NEW ISSUE OF BLURT DIGITAL MAGAZINE FEATURES
CALEXICO, GEORGE CARLIN, NEIL YOUNG, GARY PANTER, DR. DOG
Blurt it out
loud: Look over at the right hand side of our homepage: we’ve got the July-August issue
of BLURT’s digital magazine ready for consumption!
Did we mention it’s FREE?
Along with cover boys Calexico we’ve got
features on Dr. Dog, Gary Panter, Neil Young and
the late, great comedian George Carlin, along with
in-depth coverage of Giant Sand, Aimee
Mann, Teddy Thompson, Sharon Little, Wolf Parade, the
Weather Underground, Sub Pop’s Green River & the Fluid and tons more — if you ever wondered what pint-sized metalhead Ronnie
James Dio has in common with pint-sized actress Rhea Perlman, or what
exactly might turn up in that book of prose that Ryan Adams is planning for
next year, BLURT’s got the scoop for ya.
Ten pages of up-to-the-minute CD, Book and DVD reviews round things
This new digital
issue will offer vastly improved navigation and videos as
well as the ability to download individual pages as printer-friendly
Meanwhile, back at Blurt-online.com we’ve been adding
content on a daily basis: a least five fresh CD reviews (Black Kids, Street Dogs, Forward Russia, Benji Hughes, Joshua James, The Baseball Project and
The Anniversary all just went live); concert reviews galore (recently: the Hold Steady, Elf Power, Sigur Ros, Avett Brothers and Liz Phair); breaking news
items about rockers, mockers, bawlers and brawlers (what’s up with
that Long Ryders reunion? that Johnny Rotton-Bloc Party fracas this past weekend?); exclusive
website-only features and interviews, an estimable roster of
blogs from various music industry professionals and some
of your favorite musicians — including songwriter Todd
Snider, whose tongue-in-cheek blog entry will appear this
We’ve also got free
music you can listen to on our BLURT Radio
player — just added are new tracks from Jennifer
O’Connor, Shannon McArdle and Cassettes Won’t Listen —
alongside free video content (much of it filmed exclusively for BLURT) in
our BLURT TV section, including the
recently-uploaded Benji Hughes’ “The Mummy,” Teddy
Thompson’s “In My Arms” and Fleet Foxes’
“White Winter Hymnal.”
All that and more is yours for free,
from BLURT magazine and Blurt Online. Why? Because we
care, gentle readers, we care.
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