American Wired

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by Josh Ray on February 10 '06


Say hello to the new kid on the block! American Wired is an internet magazine doing the high-end audio game but with a distinctly anti-audio establishment angle. Talking with Ian White of American Wired, he expressed a sentiment akin to, "it's about the music, stupid." Heck, yeah, that's why AW offers more reviews of music, movies and other interesting audio-related subjects rather than the typical slew of hardware reviews.

In their first issue, you'll see coverage of The New Pornographers, Bob Dylan, Bombay Dub Orchestra, King Kong, Fiona Apple, Capote as well as gear from DeVore, Cain and Cain, Wavelength, Denon, and this little company called Apple. And that's only the beginning.

Naturally, AW's goal is to provide a home for the next generation of audiophiles, feeding our craze for movies and music while giving us the killer gear to go with it. Great concept and we wish them the best of luck in reaching out to the next gen. Check them out!


I can't tell the ads from the articles...
I can't get past the front page. . . I just click away and nothing happens. . .
B, Exactly what kind of problem are you having? I just clicked on it (the cover) and it worked fine. Kind regards, Ian White
The links work fine for me. As for the layout, I think it's great. Seeing the thumbnails on the index means no clicking through different categories or hunting around. Yeah, there are ads but, hey, it's the internet, gotta do what you gotta do...
Heh. . Well I guess I just needed a reboot. Firefox was pitching a fit. All good now though! Thanks! B
I'm a fan! Nice job. Looking forward to reading all that great stuff.
Thanks Sandy and everyone else. We're going to do our best and we look forward to helpful feedback. We've put a lot of work into it so far and we want it to get better and better, and to do that we are going to count on your constructive criticisms. Let us know what you are thinking. We're new; we're open minded and we are trying to do what no one has done yet. We welcome your support
To the fellow using Firefox - be sure that you don't have the JavaScript disabled.