September 2013 Table of Contents

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Back on Track…?

Seems like we turn this section into an apology every week for being late. Well, here we go again. Between the death of a main computer and a few moves and job changes, we have all been extremely busy with regular life. We always keep the news and reviews flowing on the website (and Facebook and Twitter), so hopefully you have been catching us there. If not, we recommend that you book mark us, subscribe to our feeds, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

The plan for the future is to punch through another couple of issues before the end of the year, just at a faster rate. That way we will meet our goal of four issue per year (just kind of ignore the part where most of them came waaaay after the half-way point 🙂

Action Spotlight:

Don’t just complain about the world – do something to change it

Freedom Firm is “dedicated to the liberation of children enslaved in commercial sexual exploitation, to their effective rehabilitation, and to justice against those who have profited from their misery. We unapologetically stand dedicated to this cause and this cause alone. We are motivated by our faith in God to conduct our work with the highest ethical standards and to allocate our resources with uncompromising stewardship. We believe that every person has immeasurable value and therefore the exploitation of any person is an unacceptable violation of their God-given value.” See www.freedom.firm.in for more details.

(Freedom Firm did not buy this ad nor do they endorse this magazine – just givin’ ya food for thought)

Print Articles:

  • Letters to Us
  • News
  • Steve’s Corner
  • Matt’s Musings and Meanderings
  • Andrew Prickett: “Interview with one of the driving forces behind Cush”
  • The Lonely Revolts: “We catch up with the Josh Galvan on his band”
  • Rob Gallas: “Plenty of Life still Exploding from this Black and White World”
  • AudioFeed Festival: Interview
  • Brian Godawa Interview

Reviews:

  • Christ’s Sake – Christ’s Sake
  • Platoon 1107 / The Cants split
  • Veil of Ashes – Eternal Teenage Angst
  • No Lost Cause – NLC
  • Cush – SP3
  • Bill Mallonee – Beatitude
  • Pacifico – Without Heroes
  • Empty Tomb – Eat It Like It Is: Anthology
  • Daniel Amos – Dig Here The Angel Said
  • Human 2.7 – Broken
  • Lifesavers – Heaven High
  • Dw Dunphy – The Radial Night
  • A Common Goal – Blessings and Battles
  • Jagged Doctrine – To Whom It May Concern
  • King Never – 37
  • The Poor Geezers – All 4 One
  • Hippos Of Doom – Road Trip EP
  • Dissident Prophet – Weapons of Mass Deception
  • The Ocean Blue – Ultramarine
  • And How – Tractor
  • Nina Llopis – Unveiled (part-1)
  • Deni Gauthier – i (am) hope
  • The Children of Power – Innocence
  • Glenn Rowlands & Robert Powell – American Jesus
  • Aradhna – Live in Concert
  • The Poor Geezers – All 4 One (review 2)

Credits:

EDITORS: Matt Crosslin and Steve Ruff
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WRITERS: Steve Ruff, Matt Crosslin, Mike Indest
COVER IMAGE: Painting by Chris Taylor
LAYOUT: Matt Crosslin
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