Category Archives: 1990

Victims Family (Tambores De Guerra #3)

My mate ‘Boliche’ (‘Subterranean Kids’ drummer) suggested me this zine, Tambores De Guerra (Drum-mer-s Of War) well after it ceased to exist. I never saw it, let alone read it. He told me it was done by a woman called … Continue reading

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Leatherface (Have A Good Laugh #18)

H.A.G.L. (short for “Have A Good Laugh”) was published in the Newcastle (Upon Tyne) area throughout the 1980s and 90s by Trevor Howarth. It focused mostly on 1977-style punk and Oi! Trev also did a distro. He wasn’t a member of … Continue reading

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Libido Boyz (Misprints #1)

This interview appeared in the Dutch (from Leiden) zine Misprints. As far as I know it was a one-off. I got to know the people that did it (Jeroen van der Star – nowadays a DJ/producer – & Marald Van … Continue reading

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SM-70 (Go! #4)

Adam Johnston from Glasgow was the editor of Go! fanzine. He was also the vocalist of ‘Headstart’, a band playing fast HC. We corresponded, swapped zines and I distributed his. A nice guy with a love for fast/thrashy hardcore, a weird/silly … Continue reading

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Citizen Fish (UK Resist #2)

UK Resist is mentioned elsewhere on these pages already… It didn’t quite turn out the Maximum Rock’n’Roll of the UK as was intended but it sure was a decent effort. This interview was done by Tom Woolford at a gig … Continue reading

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Citizens Arrest (In Memory Of #4)

David Koenig (Linden, New Jersey) did 4 issues of In Memory Of… at the end of the 80s. It started as an info-sheet with mostly flyers and reviews. He also did a few compilation-tapes. The second issues featured a couple … Continue reading

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Funeral Oration (Ox #4)

I got to know ‘Funeral Oration’ halfway the 80s through my mate ‘Mokka’s compilations on his tape-label Smurf Punk Tapes and saw them live early on in their existence: 85-12-21 (but when Tos Nieuwenhuizen had already left). This interview was … Continue reading

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