The fact that it is full of pictures of angst-ridden youths, photographed against crushingly mundane backdrops, means it is right up my street, but somehow there's more to it that that. I don't know anything about the team behind DUST, but the sense of emotion which it conjures up is extraordinary. It's an aggressive magazine. Each page jumps right out at you. It's very uncompromising, and I've never come across a magazine quite like it before. The icing on the cake is that it's beautifully printed on matt paper, and has strong typography. Let me tell you, it is worth every penny of the £15 cover price.