In already what’s shaping up to be a terrible year for music magazines (Harp, No Depression), yet another publication is going under. Folio reports that Resonance is now calling it quits. They were a fine indie publication- how could you not love a zine that puts Octopus Project on the cover and does a purposely fake Yo La Tengo cover with three models posing at the band? Not to mention the fact that they offer the last two issues online for free. Chalk it up to the usual problems- the postal rates for mailing mags shot up sharply, ad dollars sinking because of a bad economy (plus those bucks going online) and business models that didn’t embrace the web enough. Harp and ND were looking to do more on the last front but it was too late. I hate to say this but don’t be surprised if you see a spate of other print-first music pubs (not to mention many non-music pubs) go belly up in the rest of 2008.
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