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  • Yeti 10

    Yeti 10

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    YETI is a book-format music and arts periodical, published twice a year. Each issue is around 200 pages and contains interviews with writers, musicians, and artists, as well as original fiction, graphic art, and photography. Each YETI has specially commissioned cover art (usually printed with stunning metallic ink) and also includes a full-length CD of exclusive/unreleased music. In this issue: INSIDE THE BOOK: 36 pages from Internet monsters EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE!; interviews with musician ROBERT SCOTT (the Clean, the Bats) and writer AMELIA GRAY; music profiles of S. Fla's finest, THE JACUZZI BOYS, and UK '90s cult band DISCO INFERNO; FICTION BY STACEY LEVINE; photographs by TED BARRON and GRACIE REMINGTON; art by SAUL CHERNICK, PAVEL TCHELITCHEW, CASSIE RAMONE, ILYAS AHMED ON THE CD: Noveller, Ô Paon, Alkibar Gignor, the Weeds, Electric Blood, the Clean, the Bats, tRobert Scott, tJousting Vandals, tJoan + Anthony, Heavenly Dreamers, Jacuzzi Boys, Abba Ag Gargando, Daniel Kroha, the Gories, Derek Monypeny, Orca Team, the Golden Hours, the Babies, Cheikh Ag Mohammed, Starving Weirdos, and V>L>A>D>R>M (Viva L'American Death Ray Music)
    Yeti 12

    Yeti 12

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    Yeti is a book-format music and arts periodical, published twice a year, in spring and fall. Each issue is around 200 pages and contains interviews with writers, musicians, and artists, as well as original fiction, graphic art, and photography. Each biannual issue features specially commissioned cover art -- usually printed with stunning metallic ink -- and includes a full-length CD of exclusive, unreleased music. Yeti 12 features cover art by and an interview with artist Michael Kupperman; Daphne Carr interviews archivist/activist/musician Ned Sublette. The 7 record includes Mississippi Fred McDowell (an unreleased track from Alan Lomax's first recordings of the Delta blues giant in 1959), plus a new song from cult artist Grouper.

    Yoga Journal

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    Yoga Magazine

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    Zoetrope: All-Story

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