TRIAL AND ERROR COLLECTIVE, #12, free, 8½” x 5½”, printed, 22 pgs.

Jul 20, 2022

Trial and Error is “a collective of writers and artists across the country that publish blogs, zines, podcasts, and interviews, and nerd out about music in general.” So, naturally, Trial and Error Collective zine covers a lot of this same territory, with Issue #12 featuring an interview with musician Hulder on their 2021 LP Godslastering: Hymns of a Forlorn Peasantry, an interview with T&E writer Randy Asakura about his favorite album from his collection (it’s Doctor Head’s World Tower by Flipper’s Guitar), book and album reviews, a black and white centerfold of local concert photography, and more. In her introduction to the zine, editor Parisa Eshrati says, “This is also a very special issue, as it comes in TWO different editions. One is the standard version [reviewed here], the other is a LATHE CUT featuring the track ‘The Hollow Comfort of Static’ by band Warren of Ohms.” Both are free. –Gina Murrell (Trial & Error Collective, c/o Wooden Tooth Records, 426 E. Seventh St., Tucson, AZ 85705)

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