New Jersey writer Joseph Rathgeber discusses his zine Caltrops, which has become a key document of the underground rap renaissance.
I recently spoke with The Ringer for a story about the 20th anniversary of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” which has become a pop landmark and perennial “jock jam.”
Hua Hsu, a staff writer for The New Yorker, discusses his new zine Suspended in Time, which also serves as a preface for his forthcoming book, Stay True.
The Texas native discusses his biography of DJ Screw, the late Houston DJ and producer who created the “chopped & screwed” sound.
Audio Recon answers a few questions about its vinyl reissues featuring illustrations by Ghostshrimp.