Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Glass Orchid #6 has arrived!

Alright, after a long wait issue #6 is now available. We've over stuffed the content expanding by 8 extra pages! That's 40 pages full of Glass Orchid goodies. Highlights include Holy Smokes: The Story of the Mission...a look at the strange history of a folk group of singing seminarians who later covered Dylan, Cohen, The Youngbloods, George Harrison, and The Who. It's a story of fuzz guitars, lawsuits, rock operas, and Jesus. Tame Impala gets reviewed in the Jukebox Jury. And a new column Greg's Grindhouse. Greg sits through one of the goriest Asian Trash Cinema flicks of all time...Riki-Oh. Get it today! (All Prices include shipping)

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Back Issues available soon!

Hey Folks, I've been receiving a good deal of mail asking for back issues. So I'm proud to announce issues 1,2, and 3 of Glass Orchid will be put back into print. I've overhauled the image quality and proofread and proofread and proofread... Keep an eye on this page for pricing. They will be available as single issues, mix and match, and super bundles. So if you want to get 1-5 in one swoop, now will be your chance. Happy reading!

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Glass Orchid #5

The holidays are over and while everyone is trying to shed those extra pounds it's time to stuff yourself with the best in music/film and pop culture! Glass Orchid #5 is another corker! We travel South of the border with 60's garage rock legends the Los Apson. We finish off our interview with David Detillo, who gives insight of the final days of David & Anthony and the elusive 45rpm single. Memphis Jim serves up the last few slices of the blues rock guide, and Alvy Trout reviews the dark comedy of Harold and Maude. Drop us a line at Glassorchidmag at

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Hey Folks! I want to thank everyone who bought, found, or borrowed an issue in 2012! There are some great articles in the hopper already for issues #5 and #6. (Both will drop before the spring of 2013). When I completed issue #4 there was more content then pages to publish on. This has allowed me to get a bit ahead of the print schedule...which is always a good place to be. Again thank you O humble reader of the Orchid! On behalf of the staff of Glass Orchid Merry Christmas and best wishes in the New Year. Cheers! Glass Orchid

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Issue #4 is here!!

Hey Folks! Issue #4 is now available! This issue turned out unbelievably awesome! As you can see the cover is a throwback to EC Comics which were halted during the middle of the Eisenhower 50s due to censorship. Alvy Trout reviews the film Mystery Train, Memphis Jim serves up a blues rock guide, Glass Orchid uncovers a lost regional 60s artifact, and so much more!

First 50 copies will be hand numbered. There will also be a super limited autographed edition numbered to 10 signed by Glass Orchid, Memphis Jim, and Alvy Trout. Also check out the 3 ISSUE SUPER BUNDLE Issues #2,3,4! Save up to 27%!!! (depending on shipping location).(SORRY SOLD OUT!)

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Issue #4 Coming soon!

Hey Folks! Hope everyone enjoyed issue #3 as much as we did making it! Here at GOHQ we are putting the finishing touches on a few stories and waiting for the last articles to come in for the next issue. Pre-Orders for Issue #4 will be available in a few weeks so keep your eyes peeled to the blog. If you still haven't gotten Issue #2 or #3 ordering info is listed below. We're down to our last copies of issue #2 so don't wait!

#4 has an awesome surprise that wasn't listed in the last issue. Midway through working on my blues pieces I got in contact with David DeTillo one half of David & Anthony. I've had the Walnut Street record in my collection for a few years now and listened to it frequently. It's an excellent piece of local music from the 60s. I hope everyone digs the interview! Below is the cover of the album.