Download Self-Titled’s Free Summer Issue

It’s that time again—the part where we tell you about the latest fully interactive edition of our free iPad magazine, featuring streaming music on every story (available online and off), all original photography, and enough audiovisual Easter eggs to keep you busy for the rest of the week. Available on the App Store along with our last couple back issues, it features the following:

  • White Lung share their slow but steady rise in between bouts of karaoke
  • Iceage, Lower and Lust For Youth discuss the tight-knit scene they’ve cultivated in Copenhagen, rounded out by a free compilation of new and forthcoming material from Posh Isolation 
  • Billy Corgan breaks down his entire career
  • Burger Records show us their most prized musical possessions (and make us a secret mixtape)
  • Karen O, J.G. Thirwell and many Swans members peel back the many layers of Michael Gira
  • Xeno & Oaklander connect scents with sound
  • Ben Frost tackles the ins and outs of traveling dangerously
  • WIFE distills the deeper meaning of lucid dreaming
  • Protomartyr sharpen our pinball skills
  • These New Puritans dip into Steely Dan’s discography
  • White Sea makes us want to join a motorcycle gang
  • Kimbra gives us a quick call
  • Dub Thompson improv over Sunday newspapers
  • Sharon Van Etten explores the parallels between songwriting, Anais Nin and Noah Baumbach
  • Shamir explains his love of country women
  • Ought tell us what books we should be reading this month
  • Amen Dunes revisits his rave-on days
  • Jad Fair creates a paper cut piece based on FKA twigs
  • Plus a guide to pop culture, music and food by Cabaret Voltaire, Joyce Manor, Tombs, Oren Ambarchi, Lawrence English and more

Did we mention it’s free? As for those of you who have been asking about an Android edition, we’re working on it as we speak. Watch this space for updates on that front. In the meantime, thanks for your support. We’ll be back with our last quarterly journal of the year in November!