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HIGHWAY is an intermittent publication about life with music and sound. The print and iOS editions are pocket-sized companions to the musicians, writers, artists, thinkers, documentarians, storytellers and objects we encounter.

Today, there are readers and listeners with a new curiosity into how these subjects and objects practice, converse, resonate and are remembered in the international worlds of music and sound. HIGHWAY is for them.


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"Press...Release..." | July 21, 2016 | Berlin

Join us for an evening conversation with photographers Joe Dilworth and Sebastian Mayer. Readers will know that a selection of images and anecdotes from each photographer’s ‘life with music’ featured in the first and second issues of the magazine, and together with artist, photographer, professor & critic Allison Wade, we’ll gather in Berlin for a talk show at Smaragd.

Glen E. Friedman Live Talk at The DC Punk Archive | October 25, 2015

Since the release of our first issue, in which iconic photographer Glen E. Friedman featured in a lengthy interview, the magazine has been steadily working to set up a live talk event with the photographer in Washington.

Listen to "Cool Drool" by Hildegard Westerkamp at Exterior Sounds, New York | Jan. 25 to Feb. 15

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—ArtBook at MoMA PS1

“It’s take on music is smart and unexpected.”
—ArtWorks, NEA

“Excellent music journalism…It’s a pity I am no longer a commuter: this is one of those perfect-sized books for long train rides. You read an article, stare out of the window and then read the next. The big question is: where to get this?”
—Frans de Waard

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— Alessandro Ludovico

“The format is fantastic. I haven’t been able to safely tuck a magazine into my pocket for many a year. And the contents are great, most of the pieces are bite-sized and really well done. Can’t wait for the next issue.”
— Byron Coley

“Small, but mighty.”
— Bandwith, WAMU 88.9 FM

Hildegard Westerkamp

“We’re all addicted to music anyways.”

Peering into Yugoslavian Punk & New Wave

A look into the revolutionary potential in the Yugoslavian punk and new wave underground.

Oren Ambarchi

An ongoing effort with Jim O’Rourke and Keiji Haino, together one of the most vibrant trios active, was the subject of a recent correspondence.