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2019-05-24
Periodical Numerical: Vol. 2 - The New Age Issue

The second issue of our semi-annual publication Periodical Numerical continues the mission of diving deeper into the vast Numero Group universes. Edited by Numero's west coast A&R head/new age guru Douglas Mcgowan, The New Age Issue is not a collection your usual muddle-headed, what’s-the-point circa 2019 music writing, but a deeply informed look at all of the new age artists and records in the fabled Numero catalog. The full color, perfect bound issue begins with a rarely-seen 1983 essay on the genre by the legendary Iasos, followed with choice nugs like "Growing Up Syntonic" by Environments creator Irv Teibel's daughter Jennifer Ballow, profiles on Alex Johnson, Don Slepian and David Casper, and never before seen writings by such luminaries as Jordan de la Sierra and Joanna Brouk. Interview with Laraaji? Sure, we’ve got it. First ever interview with the illusive and mysterious Wilburn Burchette? We’ve got that too. 72 copiously illustrated pages of real content. All killer, no filler.

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2018-05-25
Periodical Numerical: Vol. 1 - The Exotica Issue

"Our new print-only publication Periodical Numerical serves as an entertaining and informative guide to the latest and greatest of the vast Numero Group universe. The inaugural Exotica Issue charts the in depth history of the exotica genre as well as stars from Numero's epic new Technicolor Paradise compilation, including Darla Hood, the Gems, Nicky Roberts, and Pony Sherrell. Marvel at a gallery of the legendary Sandy Warner record covers shot by Murray Garret and Gene Howard, get caught up with a Cuca Records primer, and inform yourself with short and to the point features on Numero digital-only releases from the Jiants, Jack Adkins, Mark Jones, Mouse Bonati, the Revelons, and Knightmare II. This 64-page, perfect bound rag is printed in glorious full color and illustrated with dozens of previously unpublished photographs. Limited to 1000 copies."