Gusher is a feminist music journal.
Since its inception in 2016, Gusher has carved a space for intelligent, creative and compelling dialogue about rock and roll.
An annual print publication, Gusher showcases the ideas of gender-diverse writers and artists in the form of profiles, essays, investigative journalism, creative writing, visual art, photography and more.
Commissioned writers for Gusher have contributed to publications such as The New York Times, Art Forum, The New Yorker, Jezebel and Pitchfork.
Gusher is stocked globally, everywhere from independent book and record stores to world renowned art galleries.
Matty Healy of The 1975
Cody Critcheloe (SSION)
Plus: A photo essay on Rock Against Racism’s zine Temporary Hoarding; a first-hand account of the formation of the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers in the US; a dive into the 00s phenomenon of rock stars on reality TV; a feature on Seth Bogart’s pulpy ceramics; flash fiction; as well as longform essays on DIY electronic music, Imogen Heap, Shin Joong Hyun and Brenda Fassie.