Greetings from Original Fuzz! We're back with the newest issue of our magazine, just in time for you to take a break from carving your Trumpkin. Find a cozy chair, kick back, relax, and jump on in.
Inside you'll find a photo story of our adventures at Pilgrimage Music Fest where we hung out on a farm in Franklin, TN for the weekend. Aside from eating our body weight in sushi burritos, we sold some straps, sweated a whole lot, and skipped down a hill to Hall & Oates' "You Make My Dreams Come True." Pretty much the greatest moment of our career, thus far.
Also inside, meet the Spoon Lady and learn about the current state of busking in Asheville. Plus, this month we chatted with the creators behind the University of Oregon's Music Industry Collective and what they're doing for the next generation of industry leaders. Also inside is our featured FOUND artist, Juliet Magoon. Read our interview with the hyper-femme photographer and find out how she smashes the patriarchy with her art! Check out our four spooky tales to liven up your next Halloween get together and catch another edition of Mark's Mailbag where he explains the do's and don't's of Halloween costumes. Plus, we've got the newest episode of our podcast with Andy and Matt of Ranch Ghost on the Nashville music scene, their favorite songs, and more.
Have a listen, enjoy a read, and unwind:
- Original Fuzz goes to Pilgrimage Fest 2016
- Asheville Buskers Discuss Life on the Road
- University of Oregon Shining Stars Light The Way With Music Industry Collective
- FOUND with Juliet Magoon
- Four Irresistibly-Spooky Tales To Tell At Your Next Halloween Party
- Mark's Mailbag: Halloween Costume Do's and Don't's
- Podcast episode # 24: Ranch Ghost
Thank you to all of our contributors for this month's issue! Ben McAlilly and Pam Maddox, Jonathan Price, Allison, Aidan, Bobby, and Sean with the Music Industry Collective, Juliet Magoon, Dee Gross, Mark Harrod, and Andy and Matt of Ranch Ghost. Cover photo by Juliet Magoon.