After the stellar â€œBeer Issueâ€ the last time out, it seems like this issue of Slug has some big shoes to fill. The eclectic nature of this issue creates a nice contrast to what was a very coherent outing last time. Of particular note during this issue has to be their coverage of different music genres. Drone/doom/whatever rock is covered with Gavin Hoffmanâ€™s interview of Japanese act Boris, while the issueâ€™s cover piece is about the Utah ska scene, of which most individuals will remember one band â€“ Stretch Armstrong. Finally, there is an objective and honest piece that discusses the juggalo scene in Salt Lake City, ensuring that practically anyone in a sub-category has something to chew on. The non-music pieces, which include the typical heavy focus on skateboarding (skate reviews, discussions of new skate parks, and interviews with local skaters. I was shocked to see that the â€œBeer Reviewsâ€ piece (done by Tyler Mackmel) continued into this piece (a good shock, for sure), while the only recurring pieces to be on the slightly weaker side than previous issue were â€œDear Dickheadsâ€ and â€œThe Inversion Trawlerâ€. Regardless, there are more than enough solid pieces in this issue to more than hold a candle to the amazing beer-themed issue that came out with the last go-around. As is usual, if the pieces in this issue sound interesting to you (check out the Dwarves interview if you want to see something funny and compelling), send Slug a few bucks and Iâ€™m sure that they will send you a few copies of their â€˜zine.