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« Reply #135 on: January 11, 2020, 02:58:15 PM »

It's the old information. I mean, even first issue of ALAP is more like book than "zine". Back then, I was told that issue #2 would be even bigger. When you got probably 200 pages, it's barely "magazine"...

But after this many years, it's hard to know what is status of magazine. It seems editors do not reveal status of magazine, so we'll just have to wait and see.
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« Reply #136 on: January 11, 2020, 07:40:10 PM »

would love if the noisextra people could track down patrick marley of muckraker for an interview too. would probably cover a lot of the same ground as the seymour glass interview, but still. the glass interview could have been a couple hours longer and i'd have stuck around

what is the deal with ALAP? a book is being worked on?
Agreed to all that.  Seymour Glass was genial on the episode and I would've loved to hear much more — seems there's a hundred other topics they could've touched upon.  I could even picture it as a series of interviews, each one focusing on an issue of Bananafish.  But SG probably has other things to do, that would take a lot of his time.

Muckraker was not as great but it'd still be an interesting interview.

And I do hope ALAP 2 comes out in some form one day.
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« Reply #137 on: January 12, 2020, 02:36:14 AM »

Just another voice here to say that I thought the Seymour Glass podcast was excellent.  He's such a great dude with endless reserves of interesting things to say and has a really nice voice to boot so it was an all round great listen.  I'm not really a fan of noisextra though I do really respect that they do it and would never criticise it for anything beyond simply not being to my taste, but this episode was excellent.  I'll definitely keep an eye on it for future interviews with more interesting characters.

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« Reply #138 on: January 13, 2020, 06:14:37 PM »

would love if the noisextra people could track down patrick marley of muckraker for an interview too. would probably cover a lot of the same ground as the seymour glass interview, but still. the glass interview could have been a couple hours longer and i'd have stuck around

what is the deal with ALAP? a book is being worked on?

1. Pat Marley's around. He covers politics for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dunno that he'd have the time/resources to fly out to LA to talk to the gang, but I agree, it'd be a good interview. I don't think he's really done any writing about music since contributing to Bixobal, the five-issue Eric Lanzillotta zine from the early oughts. If you wanna buy some records from his collection, his discogs ID is mir71.

2. I appreciate that people are still keeping a candle burning, but I regret to inform you that As Loud As Possible is officially, formally dead. I (Chris) am working on a few projects, one of which will sweep up and publish some of my in-progress pieces for ALAP #2, the other being a totally new thing but with similar focus. Aiming for August of this year for the latter, but no promises ever (for obvious reasons...deadlines are not my strong suit, nor are sensibly-sized projects).
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« Reply #139 on: January 13, 2020, 06:48:28 PM »

ha, well i appreciate you giving us closure

i hope some of the pieces that other people were working on for ALAP#2 surface in other areas too
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« Reply #140 on: January 13, 2020, 07:08:05 PM »

I recently stumbled across Deft Esoterica zine, based in New York.  2 issues printed to date, 3rd being worked on now.
Subject matter is noise / drone / experimental.
I ordered mine via Bandcamp - https://deftesoterica.bandcamp.com/

And for some shameless self publicity, issue 7 of my Snare Rush zine is out around the end of this month, featuring Gaelic ritual industrial duo Salac and a whole array of other matters.
http://www.snarerush.limitedrun.com/

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« Reply #141 on: January 17, 2020, 10:41:29 PM »

I had to dig through my browser history forever to find this but I think it will be of much interest to people here.  It is a blog that has an impressive selection of rare zines going way back that deal with noise/pe music.  Most of the links are still active and I have found a veritable treasure trove of great zines on here.  If you have a moment go ahead and give it a gander:

http://smallprintpress.blogspot.com/
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