Profile Funkadelic: Wax Poetics

By Staff

Wax Poetics
magazine is not for amateurs. There’s no doubt that the enthusiasm for funk, soul, jazz, and hip-hop displayed by the magazine’s writers can be infectious, but the articles aren’t written with lay-listeners in mind. They’re for music aficionados, scrounging through old vinyl collections in search of forgotten musical gems.

Current TV is airing a five-minute video about Wax Poetics that you can watch below. Rob Harvilla, the music editor of the Village Voice, also profiled the magazine for the March-April issue of Utne Reader as a part of a package called “For the Love of Music.”

Bennett Gordon

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