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Editor’s Note /// SIGT Magazine Issue #09

by • July 3, 2020

Thank You For Reading Issue #09

Every issue has a unique challenge. This month our biggest challenge was, how do we put out a music magazine if there are no shows?

We might not be physically at shows anymore. But shows are still inside of us. Close your eyes and think of a show you went to last year. Something where you couldn’t stop smiling. Everyone has music inside them. Music releases are overflowing right now. And, the one thing we happen to have a lot of is…time. We reviewed more albums than ever this issue. When’s the last time you listened to an album all the way through?

I finally went to a couple shows. Someday River at The New Standard and Chuck Magid at Tanqueray’s. I couldn’t stop cheesin for like 25 mins after I got to Tanqs. This was the first bit of live music I experienced since we did the Orlando Music Cares Live Stream ( — thank you to all our subscribers for donating to World Central Kitchen!

Riddle me this — If you were to introduce someone to your favorite band, what is the first song you would share?

We made it to Issue #09. Nine is the most sacred number in vortex math. Is the universe made of math? We take 17,820 breaths in a 24 hour period. 1+8=9 and 7+2=9. There are 3600 seconds in an hour. 3+6=9. There are 86400 seconds in a day. 8+6+4=18/2=9. Go down this rabbit hole… it’s wild.

Thank you for reading our little piece (and peace) of art we aim to produce monthly. We do this because it makes us happy. We do this because we want to do it. And we hope it makes you happy and you want to read it every month.

Cheers friends,
Mitch Foster



Issue 09 — Cover- 420

We couldn’t sit around and do nothing so we got together, had some fun, and created Issue #09!

In this issue, we talk challenges with some independent music promoters (Owners of Central Florida Fair & Orlando Amphitheater, The New Standard, and Montgomery Drive).

Part III of our comic, “SIGT & The Curse Of The Coronavirus,” all hand-drawn by Mitch Foster.

Our centerfold is a powerful image by Alex Dixon — No Justice. No Peace.

We went to an actual show and took photos! I know it’s almost foreign to think about going to a show, but we were able to safely capture an artist (Someday River) performing for a live stream at a cool local venue.

And there is a ton of new music to listen to! Six new album reviews, two new local love pieces — 430 Steps & Dizzlephunk’s Orlando’s Own Hip-Hop Mixtape, and three new Songs I Groove To — 0 miles per hour, Dog Church, & Rutterkin. Check it out below and please share it with a few friends.

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