There’s fiction from Rebecca Schiff at n+1.

The Julie Ruin have announced their second album.

Geeta Dayal has written an extensive look back at Tony Conrad’s life and work. Conrad’s recently-reissued collaboration with Faust was reviewed at Dusted.

The first selection of the Gracie Book Club is Tanwi Nandini Islam’s Bright Lines.

Real Pants has new writing from Bud Smith.

Delving into a history of Japanese indie rock in the 70s and 80s.

Brian Staveley wrote about the art of fictional mapmaking.

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