February’s issue of MAG is out NOW!
It is packed full of listings for the month as well as an interview with the fantastic Funeral For A Friend, a review of Rufio Summer’s new EP and a profile of local band Young Kato. As well as some helpful hints for all the men of Gloucestershire on what to get their loved one for Valentine’s day courtesy of Keziah Kurg at ByLocal.
We’re also back in print, so keep an eye out for it across the county in pubs, clubs, shops and colleges.
I can’t believe it’s New Year’s Eve already!
To celebrate the New Year MAG has had a bit of a facelift. With a new cover artist we decided it was as good a time as any to give the magazine a new look. January’s issue is online only while we iron out any glitches with the new layout but we will be back in print in February with lots of new features.
I can’t believe it’s nearly Christmas already! Not that I am complaining, Christmas is my absolute favourite time of the year. It’s also another great theme for MAG.
This month’s issue has loads going on reviews both of the music and comedy kind. Special Christmas pages and articles throughout as well as 4 pages of local listings. We’ve also recorded another feature for BBC Gloucestershire Introducing this week. It’s been a while since our last one, but hopefully we’ll be making it a monthly thing again.
We have know entered into the depths of winter (although it strangely doesn’t feel much like it) and with another month comes another issue of MAG.
This month with have a review and interview with Wakey!Wakey! front man Mike Grubbs as well as a new columnist, Lars and his album of the month. Full listings of gigs in Gloucestershire are int he listings and as always we have our regular columnists Danny from Brown Torpedo, Gemma Dunstan of BBC Gloucestershire Introducing and Keziah fro ByLocal.
One of my sideline projects is being the editor of a local music and culture fanzine called MAG (Music at Glos).
We like to go with themes for our issue and being October this month’s issue is Halloween themed!