analogue: toward a definition


analogue is an antithetical response to our increasingly digitized cultural climate.

Some of us have grown tired of being bombarded by massive amounts of information, most of which focuses upon things trivial and absurd.

We hope to recast our collective gaze onto matters of the heart; matters of life itself.

analogue celebrates art, food and culture; it venerates the tangible and is hyper local in its focus.  analogue is a magazine and much more.
Our first issue featured writing by Isobel Maher, Scott Lansdowne, local historian John Adams, Nasstasia Yaremchuk, Nick Lyons, Marc Pinkoski, Shiraz Higgins and Benji Duke.

analogue is small in stature and big on content: our magazine contains an extensive events listing you can tear out and take with you.
analogue’s first issue also included a mix tape.  The analogue mix contains recent works by a few of Victoria’s most compelling musicians.  Some of the material on the mix tape has never been released publicly, and some is set to be released officially at a later date.  All of it is good.  All of it is local.
analogue launched Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 at the Copper Owl with readings by Isobel Maher and Nasstassia Yaremchuck as well as an intimate solo performance by that month’s feature artist Hank Pine.


Nicholas Oswald Lyons
(Editor in Chief)


Art by Freya Zazu

Nick Lyons