ALARM

by J.C. Sciaccotta

14 December 2010

 

In the spring of 2009, ALARM ushered in a new era when it transitioned away from magazines with the debut of a quarterly series of collector-quality books. Covering musical styles as diverse as metal, jazz, insurgent country, neoclassical, and underground hip hop, these books feature innovative artists in a smart, unpretentious, and hype-free way.

 

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