SIGT MAG /// ISSUE #09 [PRINT COPY]

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/// Issue #09

  • THE INDIE PROMOTER — We talk about challenges with some independent music promoters —
  • Interviews with JP Day & Shawn Krauel of Central Florida Fair & Orlando Amphitheater
    Interview with Nate Landwer of The New Standard
    Interview with Marshal Rones of Montgomery Drive
  • Part III of our comic, “SIGT & The Curse Of The Coronavirus,” all hand-drawn by Mitch Foster.
  • Our centerfold is a powerful image by Alex Dixon — No Justice. No Peace. — edited by Andersyn West.
  • We went to an actual show and took photos! I know it’s almost foreign to think about going to a show, but we were able to safely capture an artist (Someday River) performing for a live stream at a cool local venue. 
  • There is a ton of new music to listen to! Six new album reviews — American Aquarium, Run The Jewels, The 1975, Lady Gaga, Lamb Of God, and HUM — two new local love pieces — 430 Steps & Dizzlephunk’s Orlando’s Own Hip-Hop Mixtape, and three new Songs I Groove To — 0 miles per hour, Dog Church, & Rutterkin.
  • Rachael Welsh guides you through your monthly Showscope (Horoscope) for July.
  • Ali The Boxer Dog is featured in our new series called “The Only Thing That Matters … is Dogs.”
  • Ron Grant and Randy Cook take your to some “Shows We Went To”
  • The back cover artwork is titled “Does That Scare You?”

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