List of all magazines:
(Magazines marked by an * are currently indexed)
RJRPRES: very nice french fanzine covering experimental music often related to john zorn, + noise, jazz, progressive rock etc. well worth your attention.
papel do jazz (o) (portugal/portuguese)
RJRPRES: short-lived quarterly academic jazz magazine from portugal. interesting articles in portuguese & english covering both the national & international jazz scene.
parklife 060 (france/french)
RJRPRES: a one-off zine from parklife records. covers mostly rock, punk, new wave & electro rooted in the early 1980s & factory records. quality articles/interviews & a free cd make this limited edition worth your attention.
party fears (australia/english)
RJRPRES: informative fanzine from perth australia. excellent coverage of the local scene through interviews & reviews. status uncertain as it has not arrived lately. recommended. discontinued. some issues in pdf on website.
RJRPRES: impressive polish zine covering punk & hardcore. lots of reginal content in addition international acts. recommended if you read the language.
paste magazine (usa/english)
RJRPRES: excellent monthly covering popular musics from indie singer-songwriters & folk to indie-rock (+ literature & films). interesting articles/interviews + extensive record reviews + free cds/dvds. back in print as quarterly with lps.
RJRPRES: entertaining grrrl mag with some indie music articles & reviews among other more general coverage. irregular.
peace frog (greece/english)
RJRPRES: excellent continuation of the greek Gee-Gaw fanzine covering the same mix of psych & garage rock both national & international. comes with a compilation cd. easy to recommend. (my pagination). current status unknown.
peace warriors (france/french)
RJRPRES: french mag covering rock, jazz etc. of the more experimental kind. very interesting both for its coverage & quality, and absolutely worth your attention.
*penguin eggs (canada/english)
RJRPRES: canadian folk, roots & world music (incl.country & blues) quarterly covering both new and established artists. well worth seeking out. small french language section.
percussive notes (usa/english)
RJRPRES: academic journal from percussive arts society, containing some very interesting articles & reviews related to the scope of the rojaro, even though the main focus is on classical music.
perfect sound forever (usa/english)
RJRPRES: excellent webzine now back to bimonthly format. always interesting. check it out.
performing songwriter (usa/english)
RJRPRES: american bimonthly magazine concentrating on songwriting through informative interviews with artists, columns + some reviews. highly recommended.
RJRPRES: excellent quarterly covering gothic rock & related dark stuff. one of the best i-ve seen within it-s field, and i would like to include it. recommended.
persona non grata (germany/german)
RJRPRES: impressive long-running german zine covering the international & national alternative & experimental rock & pop scene (+ other cultural topics). highly recommended.
*personal best (norway/english)
RJRPRES: norwegian zine subtitled: noise, music and beyond. published by the musician lasse marhaug. covers the international noise, experimental rock & improv scene through extensive interviews. highly recommended.
piano & keyboard (usa/english)
RJRPRES: american instrumental bimonthly covering mostly classical music, but opening up to contemporary popular music & jazz lately. interviews interesting to the general public.
RJRPRES: british instrumental music quarterly fanzine covering popular music from the 50s to date. long very informative articles, interviews & reviews make this an invaluable source of information. recommended.
pit magazine (usa/english)
RJRPRES: excellent american metal quarterly fanzine mostly covering shades from speed to death. recommended.
plan b (uk/english)
RJRPRES: excellent bimonthly zine covering adventurous new indie rock & other popular musics (+ some cinema & literature). always a treat to read and highly recommended.
planet jazz (canada/english)
RJRPRES: new canadian jazz quarterly covering a wide range of jazz styles (+ some blues) both national & international.
planet rock (uk/english)
RJRPRES: new heavy sister publication to the british magazine mojo. subtitled: where rock lives, it covers hard rock, metal and classic rock old and new. a quality magazine well worth of your attention. publication frequency unknown.
plastic bomb (germany/german)
RJRPRES: long-running german punk & hardcore zine. a focus on the local german scene combined with lots of reviews make this a valuable source of information. recommended.
RJRPRES: long-running collectors- zine covering mostly rock & pop music. quality articles & reviews. recommended if you read dutch.
RJRPRES: excellent collectors- magazine covering classic rock & pop music. very thorough pictorial discographies make this an important source of information. previous title: goldies (issues 1-84). highly recommended. now back in print.
RJRPRES: excellent bimonthly from france covering the french variété, chansons and pop traditions old and new. highly recommended within its field.
RJRPRES: new magazine published by the norwegian academy of music with articles related to the activity of the institution. covers jazz, traditional folk music & rock in addition to music therapy and classical music. off to a very promising start.
RJRPRES: impressive french bimonthly covering various shades of current popular musics from pop & indie to rock & punk. well worth seeking out.
pop (sweden) (sweden/swedish)
RJRPRES: excellent swedish mainstream music magazine covering mostly rock & pop. some coverage of swedish acts, but generally international in scope. quality interviews & reviews. first issues included the magazine, Då.
pop culture press (usa/english)
RJRPRES: another american zine with general information on mostly indie/alternative rock. the quality of both articles & reviews make this worth your attention. comes with a cd (formerly flexi).
RJRPRES: american zine with interviews & reviews of indie/alternative rock acts, plus some fiction, comics etc. (music & bric-a-brac). quite nice.
RJRPRES: quarterly zine covering the pop side of rock, singer-songwriters etc. lots of record reviews + some interviews & articles. international in scope. absolutely worth your attention.
*popular 1 (spain/spanish)
RJRPRES: long-running spanish mainstream rock monthly. mostly international in scope, but some national coverage. high quality articles & reviews. excellent & recommended.
popular music (uk/english)
RJRPRES: very important academic journal covering various aspects of popular music, rock, world music etc. mostly long articles & book reviews.
RJRPRES: excellent fanzine covering mostly american alternative rock (& some jazz/improvised music) through long interesting interviews (+ lots of reviews). highly recommended reading. irregular.
power play (uk/english)
RJRPRES: british monthly covering rock & metal. not bad, so check it out.
RJRPRES: belgium quarterly covering various shades of progressive & symphonic rock. also touching on jazzrock, postrock etc. high quality articles & reviews make this easy to recommend.
*prog/ classic rock presents p. (uk/english)
RJRPRES: glossy biritsh magazine covering progressive rock (& related) old & new. quality articles & interesting record reviews. highly recommended. from issue 24, name shortened from classic rock presents prog to just: prog.
RJRPRES: norwegian fanzine covering symphonic and progressive rock old and new. mostly long reviews, but adds more articles/interviews as it grows. now continued in the magazine called tarkus.
RJRPRES: quarterly magazine subtitled: journal of progressive music. covers mostly prog rock (also well-known mainstream acts) with some synth music. some long interviews and general high quality reviews. current status unknown.
RJRPRES: another american semi-annual fanzine covering the dark/gothic scene. music coverage is quite good, but the other occult stuff i-m personally more sceptical about.
psych trail mix (usa/english)
RJRPRES: stapled black&white u.s. zine covering the international psych rock scene (+ some punk) from the 60s to date through interviews, live- & record reviews. well worth checking out. no pagination. free on pdf.
psychedelic reaction (uk/english)
RJRPRES: new british zine covering the international psychedelic rock scene worldwide. off to a nice start and well worth your attention.
ptolemaic terrascope (uk/english)
RJRPRES: english zine of major importance. covers a lot of music old & new from psychedelia to english folk through high quality interviews/articles/reviews. free ep/cd with unreleased music. discontinued, but u.k. website is active.
puls furore (norway/norwegian)
RJRPRES: irregular newspaper resulting from a fusion of puls & rock furore. covers mostly rock, but also includes jazz, techno, roots etc (+ film/literature). important for coverage of the national scene. now back to only Puls.
puls/ puls furore (norway/norwegian)
RJRPRES: long-running norwegian music paper covering both norwegian & international music (& film). mostly rock, but some coverage of other genres incl.jazz. resurrected again & again, but now seems gone.
RJRPRES: glossy mainstream music magazine covering most popular music styles like rock, rap, electronica, dance, jazz, world, reggae, country etc (& cinema). free in tower records stores.
RJRPRES: entertaining & informative alternative rock fanzine from portland. lots of articles/interviews/reviews on mostly new & indie acts. recommended.
RJRPRES: rebirth(?) of the legendary punk & new wave zine of the late 70s. after a one-off in 2001, it surfaced again in 2007. a lot of well know contributors make this one quite interesting. printed edition seems to have folded once more.
punk planet (usa/english)
RJRPRES: valuable addition to the punk magazine flora with guest editorials, scene reports, interviews & record reviews (+ politics etc). at first much in the mrr style. easy to recommend. folded after issue 80.
pussycat magazine (usa/english)
RJRPRES: this new fanzine has taken a great leap with it-s issue no 4. excellent coverage of indie/alternative rock + some rap, jazz etc. no 4 came with free vinyl 7" with exclusive tracks. check it out.