Chapel Hill, NC: Self-published, 1998. Staple-bound in wraps. 94 pp.
4to. (8 ½ x 11 in.) Offset. The editor scrawled his phone number onto the bottom of the first page of one copy. Both have some creases, fine condition overall. Item #4495
Features a comprehensive history on famed NYC no-wave label 99 Records, with quotes from founders Gina Franklyn and Ed Bahlman, as well as input from Richard McGuire, Vivien Goldman, Glenn Branca, Sal Principato, and more. Also features a story on influential electronic-glitch artist Markus Popp (Oval). Contains interviews with Ian Williams (Battles, Storm & Stress, Don Caballero), Sam Rivers (jazz artist), New Kingdom, and Tono-Bungay.