Arthur no. 34 now available to order

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ARTHUR #34 / APRIL 2013
Twenty-four 15″ x 22.75″ pages (16 color, 8 b/w)
Streets: March 5, 2013

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Now with 50% more pages, Arthur continues its comeback in the bold new broadsheet newspaper format that’s turning heads and drawing critical acclaim.

In this issue…

After 20-plus years navigating strange, inspiring trips across myriad underground psychedelic terrains with a host of fellow free folk, righteous musician/head MATT VALENTINE (MV&EE, Tower Recordings, etc) finally spills all possible beans in an unprecedented, career-summarizing, ridiculously footnoted epic interview by BYRON COLEY. Plus: Deep archival photo finds from the MV vaults, a sidebar wander through some important MV listening experiences with your guide Dan Ireton, and a gorgeous cover painting by ARIK ROPER of MV & EE at peace in the cosmic wild. Delicious!

Also in this issue:

Psychedelic scholars Christian Ratsch and Claudia Muller-Ebeling lay down a rap about this planet’s AROMATIC APHRODISIACS, with art by Kira Mardikes…

Gabe Soria chats with author AUSTIN GROSSMAN (Soon I Will Be Invincible) about the basic weirdness of playing (and making) VIDEO GAMES, with art by Ron Rege, Jr.

LA Record’s Chris Ziegler encounters young Southern California psych-rock band FEEDING PEOPLE, with photography by Ward Robinson…

All-new full-color comics by Lale Westvind, Will Sweeney, Vanessa Davis and Jonny Negron…

A lengthy interview with the remarkable ecstatic cartographer DAVID CHAIM SMITH by Jay Babcock, with massive reproductions of his out-of-time artwork

Stewart Voegtlin on what (or: who) made MELVINS’ 1992 beercrusher “Lysol” the most unlikely religious record ever built, with art by Stewart’s Chips N Beer mag compatriot Beaver…

Columns by the ever-provocative “Weedeater” Nance Klehm and The Center for Tactical Magic…

Byron Coley and Thurston Moore’s essential underground review column, Bull Tongue, now expanded to two giant pages…

And more stuff too hot to divulge online!

Please keep in mind… Arthur is no longer distributed for free anywhere. Those days are (sadly) long gone. Now you gotta buy Arthur or you won’t see it. Our price: Five bucks—not so bad!

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