Published Oct 05, 2010Our newest issue of Exclaim! is making its way to your favourite blue magazine stands across the country. But if you would rather enjoy an online copy, simply click on over to our October issue contents page.
On the cover this month, we have Bradford Cox, the leading voice of Atlanta weird rock ensemble Deerhunter. Frontman Cox talks to Exclaim! about the band's new album Halcyon Digest, the evolution of Deerhunter, his side-project Atlas Sound, and how cool the saxophone is.
In our Questionnaire section, former Sleater-Kinney riot grrrl Corin Tucker sheds light on her new project and album 1,000 Years, as well as her career highs and lows. Then in this month's Timeline feature, we look at the ever-evolving career of Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant. We track Plant's long and storied career from early Zeppelin to his new album Band of Joy with a group of the same name.
As always, our Points section features a motley mixture of musical musings. Our feature articles this month cover PS I Love You, Black Mountain, Torche,
Learn what you "need to know" in this month's edition of Music School, as we discuss music pricing, like why a CD costs $14.99 at one store but $19.99 at another, and how iTunes changes the price-points game. And Vancouver ensemble Fond of Tigers are featured in What I Play.
October's Conversations start off with the band that everyone has been wondering about. We talked with Louis-Jean Cormier of Karkwa before their 2010 Polaris Music Prize win and surrounding fame. We also talked with Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo and Sarah Blackwood of Canadian psychobilly act the Creepshow.
There's tons more content over at Exclaim.ca, including film and music reviews, interviews and articles. For the full list of what's out there now, check out the October contents page.