Ice Cream For Quo is a music-based magazine. It exists only in a 40-page A5 printed format. There is no online version.
Ice Cream For Quo is produced on a non-profit-making basis; initially it was free, but I now charge a small fee to cover costs.
Issue 16 of Ice Cream For Quo is out now. See 'What's in each issue' for more details.
Previous issues of Ice Cream For Quo feature exclusive interviews with:
Viv Albertine (formerly of The Slits)
Nigel Blackwell (of Half Man Half Biscuit)
Mike Bradshaw (of Totally Radio)
Simeon Coxe (of Silver Apples)
Werner ‘Zappi’ Diermaier (of Faust)
David Gedge (of The Wedding Present and Cinerama)
Michael Goldwasser (of Easy Star All-Stars)
David Greenberger (creator of The Duplex Planet)
Robert Hampson (of Loop)
Jim Jupp (of Belbury Poly)
Mary Lee Kortes (of Mary Lee's Corvette)
John Maclean (of The Beta Band and The Aliens)
Dan Melchior (of Dan Melchior Und Das Menace)
Malcolm Middleton (solo artist, formerly of Arab Strap)
Alison O'Donnell (solo artist, formerly of Mellow Candle)
Emma Pollock (solo artist, formerly of The Delgados)
Sky Saxon (of The Seeds)
Rachel Unthank (of The Unthanks, formerly known as Rachel Unthank & The Winterset)
Ari Up (of The Slits)
If you would like a copy of the latest issue, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
If you live in the UK, the cheapest way to buy the magazine is to send me an A5 SAE and a cheque for 60p (please e-mail for more details). This avoids the need to pay Paypal's handling fee.
If you live outside the UK, and/or want to pay directly via Paypal, please use the "button" below:
For back issues, and/or multiple copies of the latest issue, please e-mail for a quote on how much this will cost to send to you.
If your work is printed in Ice Cream For Quo, you will receive a free copy – regardless of where you live.
If you would like your CD or record reviewed in a future issue, please get in touch. No MP3/download links, thanks. Books, concerts and coach journeys are also sometimes reviewed.
Ice Cream For Quo's YouTube videos (including Drowned UFO, The Fall, The Knockouts, The Unthanks, and a dog chewing a table)
Warning: evidence of a Bob Dylan obsession may be detected in most issues.