Sunday, 31 March 2013


Vibrations magazine has been around since 1992 and is still in publication today.
It covers music from all over the globe but from a street level viewpoint so the underground dance scene is very much its area. From Jazz to hip hop, electronic to African, soul to reggae, drum & bass to Latin - all are given in-depth articles, with lots of interviews and record reviews. The magazine is a real treat visually too.
So the top 2 cover examples both date from 2000.
The item underneath the covers is a review of Vibrations dating from 1995 that was published in Birmingham Vibe mag.
Next is a page from a 1998 issue of Vibrations offering free CD's to subscribers.
Lastly, I've accompanied the subscription item with one of the CD's they had on offer - a UK hip hop compilation called "Black Whole Styles" released on Big Dada/Ninja Tune.

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