SPARKPLUG MAGAZINE Issue #5 - NOW AVAILABLE!!!!

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Sparkplug Magazine Issue #5

By billy caldwell in SPARKPLUG MAGAZINE

48 pages, published 7/20/2012

This issue has two of our all time favorite artists, Alice Bag of the Bags, and Ian Mackaye of Fugazi/Embrace/Minor Threat. Speaking candidly on their latest adventures and thoughts on the current state of the world. Also in this issue is Part 1 of the Pirate Palooza festival we had last year at The Redwood Bar in Downtown LA, covering some of the bands that help blow the crowd away, ELECTRIC CHILDREN, THREEWAY, A PRETTY MESS, RAUL and SASSAFRAS…

 

After a long wait, issue #5 of Sparkplug magazine is hitting the planet with more in depth coverage of the coolest underground music and arts scene on the planet, Los Angeles.

This issue has two of our all time favorite artists, Alice Bag of the Bags, and Ian Mackaye of Fugazi/Embrace/Minor Threat. Speaking candidly on their latest adventures and thoughts on the current state of the world. Also in this issue is Part 1 of the Pirate Palooza festival we had last year at The Redwood Bar in Downtown LA, covering some of the bands that help blow the crowd away, ELECTRIC CHILDREN, THREEWAY, A PRETTY MESS, RAUL and SASSAFRAS. Aggrounautix have some amazing looking Throbbleheads for you collecting fanatics out there. They give us the inside scoop on how it gets done.

Taquila Mockingbird presents her Punk Rock Museum, with an opening for the books. Hell, the cops even had to come break up the party! Our staff columnists Patti Rhodes and Mike Essington gives us their latest installments of their well received columns. Famous rock photographer John Scarpati has a new book out Cramp, Slash & Burn telling the tales and showing the imagery of the heyday of the Sunset Strip. Record reviews of SCREAM, MAU MAUS, MILLION KIDS, ALICE DONUT and more!

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