Issue 2

Released: Fall 1994

Print Run: 100 copies

Features Interviews With: Trumans Water, Th’ Faith Healers, Moose, Pavement, Slowdive, and Springhouse

Includes Reviews of: Stereolab – Lo Boob Oscillator 7″; Pram – The Stars Are So Big, The Earth Is So Small … Stay AsYou Are; The Hair and Skin Trading Company – Over Valence; Terminal Cheesecake – Gateau Despace; Th’ Faith Healers – Imaginary Friend; Flying Saucer Attack – “Soaring High” 7″; Bark Psychosis – Hex; Yo La Tengo – Painful; Boo Radleys – Giant Steps; Seefeel – Quique; Sabres of Paradise – Smokebelch EP; One Dove – Morning Dove White; Underworld – Dub No Bass With My Head Man; Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works Volume 1 1985-1992; The Wu-Tang Clan – 36 Chambers

Editor’s Afterword: This issue came out in my last semestre of high school. The Trumans Water and Pavement interviews (a particularly good picture of them in the Crooked Rain Crooked Rain era) were contributed by Jason. The Slowdive and Th’ Faith Healers interviews were arranged by and also written up for Vox. I have to say that the Slowdive interview isn’t substantial at all, as I recall my early ineptness as an interviewer was in full force during that telephone conversation. Springhouse was a New York band, of which the longtime editor of the Big Takeover fanzine was a member. The Big Takeover fanzine was definitely a big early influence on Space Age Bachelor, as it gave me a blueprint of what a music ‘zine should or could be like. Finally, the Moose interview was a real thrill for me at the time. I remember that their album …XYZ was my favorite album at that time, and I got to have a good long telephone conversation with the band’s Russell Yates.

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