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LOAD Magazine Issue 11
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LOAD Magazine Issue 11
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LOAD Magazine Issue 11

Sam Bathe, the editor of LOAD Magazine dropped us an e-mail informing us that the April issue is now out for the PlayStation Portable. Like the previous issue, this is free to download and offers quite a number of interesting articles about music, film, art, and fashion.

This month's issue features some upcoming bands such as Operator Please. In addition, users can also read up on the return of comic book adaptations in the cinemas as well as some exclusive spreads from character artists Aaron St.Goddard and NYC photographer Markus Hartel.

Fashionistas will probably skip right ahead to the article on ioannisdimitrousis who just came back from a London Fashion Week show. Incidentally, this is the first issue of the magazine to have a dedicated fashion coverage.

So if you've been looking for something to do, why don't you try downloading this month's issue and checking it out?

 
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