Chris Blackford


Rubberneck was founded in 1985 by its editor/publisher Chris Blackford, and is the longest-running experimental music magazine in Britain, specialising in improvised musics (improv to its friends), free jazz, avant-garde rock, electroacoustic and contemporary composition; film music is also an interest. Contents typically consist of interviews, specially commissioned essays by leading musicians, CD reviews, book reviews and a video review section devoted to non-mainstream film, including silent film and animation. From time to time, experimental fiction is also published. In April 2000, after 14 years and 30 issues, the paper version was suspended and Rubberneck became an e-zine. Happy reading! -- [Jun 2004]

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