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analogue Magazine March Edition

Hello All, We are currently designing the March issue of analogue and we are very excited about it.  Our launch party will be held at the Belfry Theatre on Sunday March 2nd, 2013.  Here is the Facebook Event Page.  We … Continue reading

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analogue: Toward a Definition

analogue is an antithetical response to our Twenty First Century’s increasingly digitized cultural climate. Some of us have grown tired of being bombarded by massive amounts of information, most of which focuses upon things trivial and absurd.  We hope to … Continue reading

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Recently, I’ve been enjoying physical objects immensely.  Seems like a strange thing to say.  But, for better or for worse, we are now spending more and more time detached from the physical, the tangible: the real.  We watch a lot … Continue reading

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I AM NOT A HIPSTER: (Nobody Is…)

Recently it has come to my attention that at least a few of my friends/family think of me as a “hipster”. My friend, we’ll call him “Tall”, has also been referred to as a hipster in certain circles… and both … Continue reading

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Jim and Johnny: A Tale of Bikes, Music and Our Shared Imperialistic Past

I’ve spent a lot of time out on the porch this week. It’s been great. I’ve discovered that I love puttering around in the fog, talking to myself and the dog while listening to fifty cent records. I got a … Continue reading

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In Troducing In Utero

The following is the introduction to what will eventually be a review of the recent re-issue of Nirvana’s In Utero. The complete review will be published by Beatroute, Alberta. Remastered albums usually make me angry. At best, as so perfectly … Continue reading

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Opening Johari’s Window, or The End of Satire

I wanted to write a satire tonight. I’ve been on a satirical streak as of late: I’ve read a lot The Onion and tons of David Foster Wallace essays too. I like satire and I think I’m good at it— … Continue reading

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