It’s been nearly a year since the launch of Thirty Two Magazine, and the fourth issue is now out–the biggest yet by far. Not only are there fantastic pieces on the Dark Cloud soccer fans, the sharing economy, fiction about life in Antarctica, and more. There’s also beautiful photo essay of artists’ work spaces. For my part, I interviewed Andrew Lange of the experimental record label Taiga, which puts out albums on limited-edition vinyl. I also wrote about wildlife art.
Better yet: Two free albums also come with this issue, called Two Seasons: Thirty Two & Friends, which features 19 songs by local bands (including the lovely “Clouds” by the late Zach Sobiech) and which you can download from the site, plus a CD sleeve to cut out from the magazine.