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[Literary] Noise Receptor Journal Issue No.1 Is Now Available

This new specialist micro print endeavour constitutes the physical manifestation of the noise receptor web-blog, but contains new interviews and art content to differentiate it from the already published web-based reviews. Copies of the brand new and just released noise receptor journal issue no.1 are now available for sale via the following site, which includes details of content and format:



12 page in depth interview with Trepaneringsritualen.
10 pages of artwork contributed by Thomas Martin Ekelund.
45 in depth music reviews (ambient/ industrial/ experimental / power electronics etc.).

A5 Format / 56 pages.
Professional greyscale print.
‘Perfect Bound’ glued spine, with matt laminate, thick card stock cover.
Hand numbered and limited to a print run of 200.

Whilst noise receptor journal is not intended to replace the web-blog, it is however targeted at an audience who values the permanence of print media over the transience of web-content.

Copies are $10 Australian, and $6.50 for international airmail postage (…I’m afraid I can’t do much about the high cost of postage from Australia).  However please note that the $6.50 international airmail postage will cover either 1 or 2 copies of noise receptor journal issue no.1.  Accordingly any orders for 2 copies at a total of $26.50 should be made directly via Paypal at: [email protected]

If you wish to place an order for more than 2 copies, please get in touch for a postage quote.

Orders will ordinarily ship within one to two days.

If it is preferred to pay in Pounds, Euros or US dollars the following costs apply:

1 copy:

  • 12.0 Pounds (includes airmail postage).
  • 14.0 Euros (includes airmail postage).
  • 17.5 US dollars (includes airmail postage).

2 copies:

  • 18.0 Pounds (includes airmail postage).
  • 21.0 Euros (includes airmail postage).
  • 27.5 US dollars (includes airmail postage).

To use the above alternate currencies, PayPal payments MUST be made directly to: [email protected]

Distribution will be finalised over the coming days, but tentatively looks like Malignant, Belaten, Tesco, Freak Animal, Terror, Cold Spring and others will be taking copies.