In an era when many music outlets are focusing solely on their digital efforts, we here at Substream continue to pour our hearts and souls into the world of print. Every issue of Substream is a work of love that requires a team of devoted music and film fans from around the globe to come to life. We try not to compare one issue to another, but we cannot help believing that our latest creation is the best in recent memory. Substream issue 57 is one of a kind, and we believe you will be impressed with what lies inside.
Issue 57 of Substream contains something for everyone. There’s film coverage for the movie buffs, a book column for the avid readers, a feature on the best brews in the northeast for all the craft beer connoisseurs and of course, a ton of music coverage. We think you’ll be happy with the variety of content, and we can’t wait to hear what you think.
SUBSTREAM APPROVED: The Millenium, Staircase Spirits, Jack Harlow, King Shelter, Ocean Park Standoff, Younger Then, Wildera, The Winter Passing and Thunder Dreamer
FEATURES: Incubus, The Maine, New Found Glory, Chase Atlantic, K.Flay, Michelle Branch and more!
FILM FEATURES: Interview with director Michael McQuown (The Dark Tapes) and and in-depth look at the work of director Todd Haynes (Wonderstruck)
SOUND WORDS: An interview with Laura Jane Grace on her heart-wrenching memoir, Tranny
VINYL ON TAP: Pairing Northeast Bands with Regional Brews
REVIEWS: Have Mercy, Tigers Jaw, The Classic Crime, Vinyl Theatre, A Lot Like Birds, Civil Youth and more!