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EL-P at home in Brooklyn (Photo: Jimmy Fontaine)

EL-P at home in Brooklyn (Photo: Jimmy Fontaine)

Photo by Jimmy Fontaine

Well then; without further ado, we present to you the sixteenth issue of self-titled, which includes the following:

  • A cooking lesson with Twin Shadow
  • The heady non-musical influences of Lower Dens
  • Baroness’ favorite concept albums, from Camel to King Geedorah
  • Laurel Halo‘s new album, as explained through Wikipedia entries
  • A mix of (cool) kid-friendly songs from Peaking Lights
  • Scrabble tips from Kindness
  • The meandering Mad Libs of Crocodiles 
  • An amazing Refused photo
  • Disposable camera renditions of SXSW by Kendrick Lamar, Dent May, Youth Lagoon, Teengirl Fantasy and Jacuzzi Boys
  • The life story of John Lydon
  • A guided tour of King Tuff‘s record collection
  • The triumphant return of EL-P
  • A track-by-track breakdown of the new Japandroids album
  • A lengthy interview with Dirty Projectors
  • Lists and life lessons from Purity Ring, Killer Mike, Exitmusic and Cold Specks
  • What Om, Future of the Left and Wymond Miles have been listening to lately
  • Incredible backpage art by DIIV, as inspired by Smashing Pumpkins

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