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Christopher Garrett's SHOWPAPER

Joe and Ginny run through the two weeks covered by SHOWPAPER's 150th issue, the first in a series curated by Chris Johanson. They talk about the gallery Holopaw just opened with Kelie Bowman, some projections by Jane Dickson featured at a recent Nora York performance, Calvin Johnson's playing at the new Dead Herring clown space, and Tristan Perich's 40-speaker 1-bit residency event at Roulette. They play some of their songs, along with tracks from Advaeta, Kitty Pryde, Grasshopper, Andrew Cedermark, Sunset Guns, Shopping Spree, Slonk Donkerson, Pvre Matrix, The Beets, M.O.P., Little Women, Psychic Blood, and Dope Body.

A collection of all-ages underground shows in the tri-state area, SHOWPAPER is 100% community funded, bi-weekly issued and ad-free. Each issue features a full piece of art by a contemporary artist.

SHOWPAPER issue 150 is designed by Christopher Garret, who currently lives in New York and California. He has had work in the group shows Witch Favors at the Lisa Cooley Gallery and Apples and Ornaments at MondoCane, both in New York City.



Joe & Ginny's Jam Sandwich


Jam Sandwich is how it sounds: A ridiculously awesome super sandwich of some favorite jams. You could say Joe is one piece of bread and that Ginny is the other piece, working in concert to hold together some of the freshest ingredients the radio has ever tasted. Simply put, Jam Sandwich is a collaborative effort to share with the world the constant flow of songs and bands that characterize the lives of the two host/producers. Recorded directly to cassette tape, Jam Sandwich upholds the values and aesthetics of the traditional mix tape. The hosts hope that the content of the songs outweighs the quality of the recording and that the DIY production out-values occasionally awkwardly improvised song introductions. About the series, Ginny writes, "We hope that these songs impact you like they have impacted us. We hope that after listening to our Jam Sandwich that you become inspired to make a mix tape of your own."