That’s right folks – After muchos hard work, and many late nights Issue 2 of Nothing to Nobody has landed like some kind of amazing thing. We’ve put a whole lot more into the design and it’s looking pretty spankin’. Features include interviews with Jason Limon, Comedian/Crooner Oliver Clark, Rick ‘Dienzo’ Blanco, NAWLZ, David MacDowell, Casey Payne, DJ MAFIA and heaps more!
You can check out the full issue here: Nothing to Nobody Issue 2
Plus it’s still only $2!
Hi there gang! Well we here at ‘Nobody just can’t believe it’s already been 2 months since the launch of Issue One, and now after a lot of hard work Issue Two is almost here! We thought you might like a sneaky peek at the goodness you can expect to find inside, and take a look at our super sexy cover art courtesy of our feature interview with Jason Limon. Issue Two launches 6 December, and is still only a tiny $2 or you can subscribe to 6 issues for a mere $10.
Inside Issue two you’ll find amazing interviews with Jason Limon, DJ M.A.F.I.A, Nawlz creator Stu Campbell, Pac23, Casey Payne, David MacDowell, Rick ‘Dienzo’ Blanco, crooner Oliver Clark, trapeze artist Tank – and so much more!
Check out www.zinio.com/nothingtonobody for details on how to get you hands on Issue Two…
Last night I had the pleasure of seeing the absolutely smashin’ comedian slash lounge singer, Oliver Clark, perform at the Order of Melbourne. 10 minutes into the show, and I was silently thinking of kicking everyone I knew who wasn’t there up the bottom for missing out on the balls out (not literally, though almost) hilarious comedy stylings of the man. With a touch of super galactic speed racin’ razzle dazzle, Oliver delivered a set with one of the most expressive faces, and cases of cheesy eyebrows I have ever seen. So who is Oliver Clark? Well, if Tom Jones and Bill Hicks were ever to conceive a love child that was delivered by Elvis Presley – then Oliver would be that child. What’s the midwife got to do with it? Well, to quote Oliver “it’s all in the delivery” – cue dad joke guffaws – ba boom tish. Comedy aside, you simply have to hear this man wail – his new album is called Warming up the Pipes, and can we tell you this man has got a set! I’ve also never seen a man do to a lovely Maton guitar what Oliver did – but I don’t want to spoil the show if you haven’t seen him yet so I won’t tell you what he did…
Look out for an interview with Oliver Clark in Issue 2 of Nothing to Nobody, but in the mean time catch him at a show, or buy his album – or do both! Well worth the price of admission.