Monthly Archives: September 2013

Jon ‘Active’ Elliott (No Barcodes Necessary #6)

An interview with a man (Jon Elliott) I wanted to interview myself, in a zine by a guy (Mel Hughes) who interviewed me and my friends. Mel and me had our (slight) differences but we respected one and other and realised … Continue reading

Posted in 1997, UK zines | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Seein’Red (Engine #4)

Here’s an interview with a band that I’ve always admired (they unfortunately had to quit), people that I think I can consider friends.  This camaraderie dates from the times they were still performing under the name ‘Lärm‘. The music was … Continue reading

Posted in 1996, USA zines | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Youth Of Today (Definite Choice #3)

One of the very first interviews with ‘Youth Of Today’ (about their early days) I saw. It was published in Definite Choice, the fanzine that the guys of ‘Lärm’ (Paul & Olav Van den Berg, Jos Houtveen) did together with … Continue reading

Posted in 1987, Dutch zines | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Heresy (HippyCore #4)

‘Heresy’ was immensely popular during the late 80s; nevertheless interviews with them were scarse. The Hippycore guys managed to have a ‘chat’ with them shortly after Steve ‘Baz’ Ballam (also ‘Ripcord‘) replaced Mitch (Dickinson). In that line-up they did an … Continue reading

Posted in 1988, USA zines | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Christine Boarts (Riot #6)

It was always a pleasure to recieve a parcel full of new copies of Slug And Lettuce, the paper that Christine Boarts did. There was loads of scene-related stuff to read, aswell as various insightful personal/political (guest)columns, loads of classifieds … Continue reading

Posted in 1992, UK zines | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments