Organ & Bongos
Organ & Bongos was a zine by Russ published in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A..
Organs & Bongos, subtitled, "A Periodic Guide to Today's Cocktail Culture" was dedicated to the mid-'90s revival of lounge culture, cocktails and easy listening music.
It was published in the 1990s and at least thirteen issues appeared.
Organs & Bongos published items such as an interview with musician Brother Cleve, from the band Conbustible Edison, on the death of Swing; an article by Bosko on swizzle sticks, and a short history of cabaret. A piece on Dean Martin's alcohol intake was excerpted in The Factsheet Five Zine Reader.