Take a look back at our printed editions of SLAP Mag from 2015, all issues are free to download.
SLAP Magazine, has been available in a print format since February 2011, and is distributed throughout Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.
Hello and a belated Happy New Year to you all!
As we go headlong into our 5th term we are hopeful of a great year ahead for the local music and arts scenes. Other noteable anniversaries include a 1[…]
February: all doom and gloom they say but dontcha believe it, especially when you read where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to.
In this our issue 45(!) we report from the wilds of Herefordsh[…]
In a mad media world where there is intense Zayn pain (sorry 1D fans) and mass outrage because an odious oaf get’s sacked for punching a colleague, we at Slap like to think we bring a touch more artis[…]
One of the hardest things about running SLAP mag is what to ‘leave out’ on deadline day. The advertising keeps growing which enables us to get bigger and to keep this as a free and valid publicati[…]
You really know that the festival season is upon us when the deluges descend and at the time of writing we’re hoping that the precipitation pisses off for wonderful Wychwood. And talking of festivals […]
Hello and thanks for picking up your free copy of the July issue of SLAP. July already? What happened to June? I here you say…
In last months editorial I talked about the sheer amount of local fes[…]
You are holding in your greasy, grasping mitts a slice of history, a momentous, monumental manifestation – yes Slap Magazine has reached 50!
No we can’t quite believe it either. This quinquagenaria[…]
Look it’s my genetic imperative, I have to mention the weather. So Thank You Very Much Summer, if that’s what you call yourself.
Welcome and come on in Autumn you can’t be any worse..?
If you were/[…]
It is with more than a little pride that I pen this piece as September draws to a close in fine sunny style.
Firstly I am immensely proud to have been part of the wonderful Worcester Music Festival[…]
I sat down the other night in a rare, quiet at home moment – resplendent in kimono, brandy balloon comfortably cradled (Get on with it! Sub Ed), compiling a list of possible gigs and shows I’d like to[…]
OK elephant/room time: the Feast of Conspicuous Consumption is nigh and everyone who is even vaguely of my acquaintance will be well aware that my C*******s contemptuousness knows no bounds.
Yes I […]