The Sick Muse 9 Cover by Ursula Andreeff

The Sick Muse #9 Now Available!

The Sick Muse #9 was released at a smash of a fashion show/party last Saturday, December 2nd at Archer Beach Haus. No. 9 is housed within covers by Ursula Andreeff and Xander Black, and features: An interview with performance artist Glamhag An exposition of DIY venue bathroom art An interview with Adam Zanolini of Afro-futurist free jazz collective, the Participatory Music Coalition Poetry by Rui Carlos da Cunha and + ("Plus Sign") An interview with rocknrollers A Million Rich Daughters Lyrics, illustrations, photography && more! Letter from the Editors To our loyal and disloyal readers, People are still making music and art, so we still make this zine to ...

TITLE lettering by Madeline Horwath

TSM #8 Feat. Blood Licker

Blood Licker was the featured band of TSM #8. If you haven't heard em', go take a listen and then come back to read this post. --> Blood Licker bandcamp Blood Licker is a duo, a melding of two minds, and possibly...probably...brains. BL’s shows are distilled magic. Seeing them in a concrete building, you’re immediately transported to a forest: you know that below that building’s foundation, there’s fungus, roots, and decomposing plant/buggo matter. BL helps you remember that soil is alive. BL’s Whitney and Mark are the kinds of spirits who reveal things in the shadows, replenish energies, and rock super hard. Also, they love rats; that’s why we did the r thing there, to get th ...

TSM #8 Now Available!

TSM #8 is now available online & in stock around Chicago! Hugging the issue is our first risograph-printed cover designed by Madeline Horwath and printed by Perfectly Acceptable Press. *** Letter from the Editors Hello loyal and disloyal readers, Another issue you say? What makes this issue any different you say? Well, for one, we have these cool wavy lines goin' all over the place, that's neat. But also we have some amazing content. With this issue, feeling somewhat self-reflexive, we decided to look at what we are doing when we write about music. In the first piece, starting on page 4, we collect writing about writing about music from three professional writers. Likewise lo ...