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No Rent Records // ROCKER - ISSUE #2, FEB 2024

No Rent Records // ROCKER - ISSUE #2, FEB 2024

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This is a zine released in December 2024 by No Rent, an experimental/noise label from Pennsylvania, USA.

A 76-page full-color book focusing on noise, ambient, concrete, drone, electroacoustic, tape music, computer music, and field recording.

Contains interviews, reviews, and more with Stroker, Leila Bordreuil, and Rusty Kelley. Out of print.

76-page, full-color magazine printed on #80 gloss paper. Edition of 600 copies.

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ABOUT THE MAGAZINE (text via No Rent Records) ---->

ROCKER is a new bimonthly digest printed and published in the great city of Philadelphia, PA, USA. It focuses on harsh noise, ambient, musique concrète, electroacoustic, drone, tape music, wall noise, experimental, unclassifiable, concept works, computer music, field recording, indeterminate electronic, narrative, ecological, text-based, religious, song, acoustic ensemble, gorenoise, power electronics, and sound design.

in this issue:

 Interview With strokers
• Satire from Seymour Glass
 Interview With Leila Bordreuil
• Artist showcase: Orion Lopez
 Interview With Rusty Kelley
 18 pages of reviews

about

Publishers Feb, April, June, August, October, December

Each issue contains lengthy artist interviews delving into unusual subjects for the genre, several recurring columns, art page(s), how to's, histories of and guest columns. This is the first issue to feature an extensive review section.

ROCKER reviews all applicable material, referencing an era where you could get at least a one-sentence review in every zine. There is a list of reviewers along with their tastes (broadly) on page 56. Once a writer agrees to review your material you can expect it to be published within the next 2-3 issues. Positive reviews are not guaranteed, but the review itself is.

Subsequent issues will hopefully open with a letters-to-the-editor section. We'll reply in print if you'd like a reply, or simply print, if you have a take about something in the magazine.

Individual interviews are conducted anonymously, with no byline, in order for the paper to speak as one voice. Reviewers reveal their biases in the review section, so they are not anonymous, as a service to the artists sending review material.

Despite a pronounced editorial stance, we strive for journalistic integrity, separating advertising and editorial content when copy editing while presenting the subjects spaciously in their own light.

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Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more No Rent Records releases available at Tobira.

Label: No Rent

This is a zine released in December 2024 by No Rent, an experimental/noise label from Pennsylvania, USA.

A 76-page full-color book focusing on noise, ambient, concrete, drone, electroacoustic, tape music, computer music, and field recording.

Contains interviews, reviews, and more with Stroker, Leila Bordreuil, and Rusty Kelley. Out of print.

76-page, full-color magazine printed on #80 gloss paper. Edition of 600 copies.

-------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------

ABOUT THE MAGAZINE (text via No Rent Records) ---->

ROCKER is a new bimonthly digest printed and published in the great city of Philadelphia, PA, USA. It focuses on harsh noise, ambient, musique concrète, electroacoustic, drone, tape music, wall noise, experimental, unclassifiable, concept works, computer music, field recording, indeterminate electronic, narrative, ecological, text-based, religious, song, acoustic ensemble, gorenoise, power electronics, and sound design.

in this issue:

 Interview With strokers
• Satire from Seymour Glass
 Interview With Leila Bordreuil
• Artist showcase: Orion Lopez
 Interview With Rusty Kelley
 18 pages of reviews

about

Publishers Feb, April, June, August, October, December

Each issue contains lengthy artist interviews delving into unusual subjects for the genre, several recurring columns, art page(s), how to's, histories of and guest columns. This is the first issue to feature an extensive review section.

ROCKER reviews all applicable material, referencing an era where you could get at least a one-sentence review in every zine. There is a list of reviewers along with their tastes (broadly) on page 56. Once a writer agrees to review your material you can expect it to be published within the next 2-3 issues. Positive reviews are not guaranteed, but the review itself is.

Subsequent issues will hopefully open with a letters-to-the-editor section. We'll reply in print if you'd like a reply, or simply print, if you have a take about something in the magazine.

Individual interviews are conducted anonymously, with no byline, in order for the paper to speak as one voice. Reviewers reveal their biases in the review section, so they are not anonymous, as a service to the artists sending review material.

Despite a pronounced editorial stance, we strive for journalistic integrity, separating advertising and editorial content when copy editing while presenting the subjects spaciously in their own light.

------------------------------------------

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more No Rent Records releases available at Tobira.

Label: No Rent