‘Well if you were music fans living in Bolton, you’d start a magazine too’. Inaudible was born in summer 2003 out of frustration at the lack of a local live music scene despite Bolton having no shortage of bands and plenty of people looking for an alternative to theme pubs and jukeboxes.
Since then the monthly magazine has slowly grown in writers and has expanded to its current circulation of 5000. It has mainly been focused on live reviews and the occasional opinion piece. They have also been organising numerous gigs and club nights at various venues and using the magazine as a platform for local bands that have something to say, whether in print or on a stage.
Funded by advertising the magazine (which has no cover price) has become central to the local music scene. The magazine is now available in record shops, music stores, rehearsal rooms and venues in Greater.
Inaudible has been slowly evolving over the months. Musically it has no remit except to provide an alternative to the obvious, and geographically it has a uniquely North-Western perspective in the sense that we want to be definitive voice for gigs and left-of-centre events in the area.
They are now looking for writers, photographers, cartoonists, illustrators, basically anyone who has something interesting to say or ad to the magazine. So if you like the sound of getting your article published send you gig reviews, think pieces, interviews, album reviews to mail
Please dont send mp3's or photos.