Wheel Scene Issue 6 (April 2012)
Since our last issue, we have been to the smoke-filled paradise that is the Netherlands to attend Winterclash. It was a great experience, as always, and we got to spread the word about Wheel Scene by handing out copies to anyone that had an empty hand. However, it was also quite a humbling experience. Despite the fact that we have been working tirelessly on the publication for a year, very few people were actually aware that it existed and many people thought that it was:
- A one-off publication that we had just created for Winterclash.
- Something they would have to part ways with some cash to pick up a copy.
- Just a “British” thing, as one cheeky little monkey suggested.
Well, we were happy to advise that Wheel Scene is completely free and always will be, we will endeavour to make sure we release a new issue every couple of months (give or take a couple of weeks) and it features rollerblading and music from all over the world. If you want some proof, just take a look through these pages. We have interviews with bladers from England, Switzerland, Italy, Brazil and Australia, as well as features on some of the best up-and-coming acts from all over the world. Over cover boy, and what a striking cover boy he is, comes all the way from Finland and he makes the kind of intense techno that was designed to make you defecate all over your underwear. That’s right, it’s that brutal.
Anyway, enough with the romance, let’s get down to business. Wheel Scene Issue 6 has over 16 interviews. That’s right folks, sixteen and counting. We’re not holding back on content because we believe you should have enough to last you until the next copy of our beloved publication falls into your hands. Plus, we’ve got the usual columns and album reviews thrown in for good measure. Don’t try to read it all once, it might cause a brain embolism.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Slurp, slurp!
Maps & Atlases
Plus album reviews, columns and lots of other features.
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