In the age of digital everything, we're all a little nostalgic for something tangible to hold and experience here in "first life." Recognizing this, The Journal of Popular Noise is a new limited-edition publication "inspired by the traditions of pop music, printed periodicals, and the delight of a finely crafted artifact."
Each volume features three issues in the form of three 7"s, each by a different musical artist, and all enclosed in a letterpress sleeve that unfolds into a poster with info about the musicians and the Journal. The latest (out today) includes CH faves Copy, Pontius Pilot and Teflon Don. You can preview some of the music on their MySpace page and preorder one of the 300 copies on their site for $30 (the past issue is available too).