Impose is an American music and culture magazine. The magazine started as a print publication in 2002 and later transitioned to an online format.Image:impose-sample-cover


Impose was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 2002 by Derek Evers. The magazine started as a print publication and was initially focused on music and culture in Brooklyn and the surrounding areas.

As the magazine grew in popularity, it began to cover a wider range of topics, including film, fashion, and art. In 2014, the magazine made the decision to transition to an all-digital format.


Impose covers a wide range of music genres, including indie, alternative, and hip-hop. The magazine also features interviews with musicians, album reviews, and coverage of music festivals and events.

In addition to music, Impose also covers a range of cultural topics, including film, fashion, and art. The magazine has been praised for its focus on independent and emerging artists.

Audience and Reception

Impose has a loyal following among music and culture enthusiasts. The magazine has been praised for its coverage of underground and emerging artists, and for its willingness to take risks in its editorial content.

Over the years, Impose has received critical acclaim from a number of media outlets, including The New York Times and Spin magazine.

Collaborations and Partnerships

Impose has collaborated with a number of organizations and companies over the years. In 2015, the magazine partnered with the Northside Festival to host a series of concerts and events in Brooklyn.

The magazine has also partnered with a number of brands to create branded content and sponsored features.


Over the years, Impose has established itself as one of the leading independent music and culture magazines in the United States. The magazine's focus on emerging artists and commitment to independent editorial content has helped to establish its reputation as a respected voice in the industry.{{Categories}}

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