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What's in Offie Mag ISSUE TEN?

Off Licence Magazine ISSUE TEN is now available worldwide and, with a new format and more pages than ever before, it's the biggest Offie Mag we've ever made.

But what's in ISSUE TEN? What is the theme? Who did Offie Mag speak to make it happen? Where can you buy it? All questions are answered below.

WHAT'S IN ISSUE TEN?

Off Licence Magazine ISSUE TEN is 80-pages of film photography, music and culture. It's packed full of interviews and artist features from music, art and photography. As always, there's a bit of food in there and a large slice of travel, too, as we went to Paris to get up close and personal with the French capital.

WHAT'S THE THEME?

The theme is Renaissance. It's about looking at the past to inform the present. It's about stuff making a comeback. It's also a really nice French word.

 

WHO IS IN THE MAGAZINE?

Starting with the covers, we've got US rap artists Fly Anakin and Pink Siifu on one side, the duo behind FLYSIIFU'S - one of the must-hear rap records of the 2020s so far. On the other cover, photography from upcoming shooter Finn James, as the Bristol-based Londoner shares some exposures from London, NYC and beyond with our readers.

There is also a long interview with Kofi Stone, the Birmingham artist who is spearheading a new wave of British Hip Hop. Brickcellphone's Underground Rap Radar honed in on Jianbo and TaliaBle, two London artists pushing boundaries of rap. 

You'll also find a feature on Olaolu Slawn, as contributors Hazel Davis and Asher Penney went to his art exhibition, avoided the boxing ring and head-shaving, and delivered a fascinating insight into one of the most talked-about designers on the planet.

WHERE CAN YOU BUY OFFIE MAG ISSUE TEN?

As always, you can buy Off Licence Magazine via our website and we'll send it right to your doormat. We do worldwide shipping as well.

Also, we've got some lovely stockists across the world: 

CITY

SHOP

Barcelona

News & Coffee

Brighton

Resident Records, Rarekind Records

Canberra

Sancho's Dirty Laundry

Geneva

Large/Kiosk

Huddersfield

Vinyl Tap

Leeds

Village

London

MagCulture, Books Peckam

Los Angeles

Skylight Books

London

Books Peckham

Paris

Cahier Central

New York

Printed Matter

Rotterdam

Kiosk

Seoul

Sounds Good!

Stockport

Rare Mags

Vancouver

Room 312




 


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