For a lifestyle magazine with a focus on fashion & music with just a splash of the outright weird on the side, Indie magazine is just the perfectly sliced up pie of all of the above you could possibly crave in one helping. Housed within this gorgeously pressed items pages are interviews with both the popular and obscure who are making waves across the media scene with their daring creative exploits. This magazine is a delight in the way that it seriously tackles the very essence of our cultural evolution while delighting in a taste of the genuinely whacky along the way. Whether you are looking for a fresh new insight into fashion, music or film, Indie is a fascinating take on the very things that make life worth living.
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Here at Newsstand we deal with a lot of magazines that are informative but take an almost nonchalant view of what they cover. These types are informative, yes, but have an unseemly distance between them and the subject matter that we, and a lot of other readers, can find a little off-putting. Thankfully we occasionally run into publications that are not afraid to get right down into the trenches, getting up close and personal looks into the things that we love, and Indie absolutely falls under this category. It is a lofty thing to describe a magazine as having character, but Indie earns this distinction with incredible exclusive interviews with artists, designers, actors and directors on all levels of the popularity scale.
The only question to be asked for a person to be featured in Indie is just what exciting revolution are you sparking with your creativity. Alongside witty and inspiring articles, is incredible photography which is especially telling within the fashion articles. Indie is the perfect lifestyle magazine for those looking at wider culture and to get first-hand contact with the very people that are creatively shaping it.