One of the more interesting music mags on the market, Journal of Popular Noise,  is about to drop their Issue 16-18 combo pack and is a a special edition featuring selections from Foscil’s Residential.As mentioned before here, the magazine’s format is a nontraditional one. “Inspired by the traditions of pop music, printed periodicals, and the delight of a finely crafted artifact,” Journal of Popular Noise is produced in an edition of 300 letterpress printed, hand folded copies.

“This edition marks a departure from the regular guidelines artists are asked to submit to. But due to the repetition, variation, and restrictions Foscil placed upon themselves throughout the 6 month series of live performances that led up to and informed the recordings, we feel that the spirit of the JPN is properly represented.”

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