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  • 2:33:31 pm
  • Monday
  • 25 September 2017

Issue #13 (Pre-Order)
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This is faith. We make no promises about if or when this issue will come out. Fun gamble, no?


Let’s be clear here, there’s no guarantee a print copy of Issue 13 will ever be produced. By making this purchase you’re betting that it will eventually materialize. Good for you. If the uncertain status of Issue 13 changes you’ll see it reflected here. In the meantime we continue to deliver free content via our website.
Issue 13 is slated to contain a compilation of interviews by acts such as Grandaddy, Mates of State, Metric, Bella Lea, Denali, Q and Not U, The Perishers, Matt Pond Pa, and more. Thanks in advance for helping us pay for hosting and interview equipment.

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Tweed Magazine content report:
2017-09-25 14:33:31
Iraq, Said Sew Recordings, Brooklyn, antiwar, Tegan and Sara, Washington, peace, Washington, Bella Lea, Robb Nansel, End report.