Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Zine Review: Qwerty Pop

Qwerty Pop is an inventive concept that merges older (paper) and newer (computer) technologies in an ode to … typewriters!

Thomas created this zine to accompany his high-tech Qwerty Pop mixtape. And what an outstanding mixtape it is! Having recently fallen in love (again) with typewriting, Qwerty Pop comes into my life at the perfect moment. The zine includes insights and information into the great tunes in the mix which can be listened to online at Leroy Anderson’s familiar “The Typewriter” segues into a full blown Bollywood production number with Asha Bhosle, then on to new wave, techno, rockability, indie pop, and more. Exploring the interconnection between being a DJ, musical discovery & painting words on paper is a passion of mine. Unique zines like Qwerty Pop ignite that passion even further. Qwerty Pop should be a top priority on everyone's listening & reading list.

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TaterTodd said...

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THanks, Tater-programmer

Strikethru said...

I totally want a copy of this zine... will have to track it down.