[Literary Magazine]: Jointz: Los Angeles Subculture Magazine from 2002

Los Angeles: 2002.

Price: $75.00

Softcover. 24mo. 61pp., illustrated. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Light rubbing else fine.

A Los Angeles literary magazine focused on teenage subculture from 2002 titled *Jointz: Los Angeles Subculture*. The magazine features fashion, gaming, sports, and music articles describing the hottest new tracks and trends. There are pages dedicated to event information to popular nightlife venues in Los Angeles during this time like The Panic Zone, Arena, Circus, Club Escape, Sugar, Voodoo, and more. The magazine is influenced by Hip Hop culture featuring interviews with DJs, producers, and rappers. Some of the DJ’s include Phife Dawg, Krush, J-Rocc, Boogie Blind, Rocky Rock, and more. It also has several pages illustrated with pictures of graffiti from Los Angeles Artists. There are song and album reviews as well as record store picks from local record store DJs. One page titled “What Da Phuck!!!” has a woman throwing up into a toilet with the caption “I remember the first time I laid my eyes on you. Your beauty captured my inner most desires. Then you had to fuckin’ yak all over the place you drunk ass bitch!”

A truly interesting literary magazine filled with articles and artwork based around Los Angeles subculture during the early 2000s.

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[Literary Magazine]: Jointz: Los Angeles Subculture Magazine from 2002