There’s something about reading an in-depth conversation that is utterly immersive. You get into the rhythmic to and fro, pausing every now and then to admire the photography or a piece of artwork, and emerge some time later with new ways of seeing the world.
The Great Discontent was first known for publishing long-form interviews on their site, exchanges that don’t shy away from exploring the failures and loss that come with pursuing creative endeavours. Now the pocket-size edition of their print magazine has released a second issue, featuring four stirring conversations with musicians and artists that like to take risks. Scroll down to see some sample spreads, and head over to Sampler to grab your copy for free shipping.
In this issue:
— Reggie Watts talks about improvisation, and his goal to create work that helps people recontextualise their experiences
— Kllo open up about merging their individual aesthetics in order to form a new and distinct sound
— Painter Maja Dlugolecki reflects on cultivating community in the age of Instagram
— And Zach Lieberman believes that technology should always be in service of the idea
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