Music

Jettison

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Journal, Jettison
Date: 
Summer/Spring 2011
Abstract: 
A quarterly periodical covering art, music, fashion and culture.
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English
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Website: 

jettisonquarterly.com, [email protected]

GHVI: A Socio-Histo Disco

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Zine, GHVI: A Socio-Histo Disco
Date: 
2003
Abstract: 
From an original essay entitled, "A Semi-Autobiographical Socio-Historical Discography That's Not Boring," this zine details the author's personal connection to each major album release from the performance artist, Madonna.
Language: 
English
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Item Donor: 
Anne Elizabeth Moore

Punk Planet: You Call This a Choice

Catalog Number: 
Magazine, Punk Planet: You Call This a Choice
Date: 
November/December 2000
Issue: 
40
Abstract: 
"Punk Planet was a 16,000 print run punk zine, based in Chicago, Illinois, that focused most of its energy on looking at punk subculture rather than punk as simply another genre of music to which teenagers listen. In addition to covering music, Punk Planet also covered visual arts and a wide variety of progressive issues — including media criticism, feminism, and labor issues."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from Wikipedia entry on Punk Planet.
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Blank

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Book, Scneiderman, Davis
Date: 
2011
Abstract: 
"Davis Schneiderman's 206-page novel, Blank, contains only compelling chapter titles. The story is – as it always has been – up to the reader. White-on-white pyrographic images are by notable artist Susan White. The fine art edition is shrink-wrapped and enclosed in a wooden box that is fully encased in plaster and can be opened with a pull-tab. Once opened, the box cannot be re-encased. Music will be composed and performed by renowned experimental hip hop musician, Paul D Miller aka DJ Spooky."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from Jaded Ibis website (http://jadedibisproductions.com/BLANK.html) Soundtrack available here: (http://jadedibisproductions.com/DJ_SPOOKY.html)
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9780982077566
Website: 

jadedibisproductions.com

Item Donor: 
Davis Schneiderman

The Lonesome Organist Flip Book

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Book, Jeremy Jacobsen, The Lonesome Organist
Date: 
2003
Abstract: 
The Lonesome Organist Flip Book was packed in with the Forms and Follies CD by The Lonesome Organist. It contains two flip book animations of the artist, as well as the sheet music for several songs.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
The location for this item points to the publisher, Thrill Jockey Records.
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Website: 

lonesomeorganist.com

Stop Smiling Issue 31: Ode to the South

Reglar Wiglar

Date: 
December/January 1994-95
Volume: 
1
Issue: 
4
Abstract: 
Reglar Wiglar offers a humorous take on the Chicago underground music scene and record reviews.
Language: 
English
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Steve Albini Thinks We Suck, Issue 9

Catalog Number: 
Zine, Steve Albini Thinks We Suck
Date: 
1998
Issue: 
9
Abstract: 
Steve Albini Thinks We Suck was a fanzine covering the Chicago music scene from 1994-1998. Its editor, Mo Ryan, was its chief contributor. Most of the content consists of reviews of current releases from indie labels as well as interviews.
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English
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Butt Rag

Strong Coffee

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