In honor of our recent move to Nashville, we've dedicated this issue to the city. The focal point is a hand-illustrated trail map by Brit Hessler featuring points of interest provided by a motley gang of local creative movers.
Inside this issue:
+ Letter from the editor
+ A trail map of interesting places in Nashville in 2015, brought to you by some of the city's finest residents
+ An interview with Manuel Cuevas, the guy who made Gram Parson's Nudie suit, who dressed Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, and who allegedly made the Sgt. Peppers suits.
+ A Nashville episode of our podcast
+ A new series called Brothers of the Bottle, wherein we get drunk with interesting people and ask them to write on whatever is laying around the bar.
+ An interview with Nashville resident Russ Pollard of Sebadoh and Everest by Stephanie Nicole Smith
+ An interview with Pamela Cole from Fanny's House of Music about starting a small business just as the "Great Recession" hit
+ A Mark Harrod spoof of the NY Times' travel section in a piece we're calling "53 Hours in Nashville"
+ A highlight of the rich music history of Jefferson Street by Jessi Zazu of Those Darlins
+ An interview with Carl Carbonell of the Meat & 3 Printing Company explaining letterpress printing to us, and an interview with Liz Earle of Hatch Show Print telling us about how that became an iconic American institution
+ A comprehensive history of The Ryman Auditorium by Desmond Smith
+ An interview with Evan and Mike from Diarrhea Planet about the late, great Nashville venue, Glenn Danzig's House
Co-founder of Original Fuzz. Nashville, TN.
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