As you're probably aware, the Apocalypse shuffled a few steps closer when it was last week announced that the June issue of Plan B magazine would be the last.
While we at DiS are all still rocking back and forth numbly, reading mag founder Everett True's touching blogs on the subject, and muttering the mantra "online is the future, online is the future", the guys'n'gals at the magazine have put together the final issue (out Monday).
In what could conceivably be a pugnacious final gesture in the face of the icky mass of music monthlies left behind but, y'know, probably isn't, the last cover shuns mawkish sentiment and money-in-the-bank interviews with old rich white people (er, well, Sonic Youth have a new album out) and instead goes with DiS-approved London rapper Speech Debelle.
Other articles in t'mag include a piece on the Nottingham hip-hop scene, and a feature on Sylvester Anfang II, an, er, 'Flemish funeral folk collective'.
OH GOD WE'LL MISS YOU PLAN B. Sob.