Category Archives: Canadian zines

DisChord recs (Sold Out #7)

Otto Buj published Sold Out zine (with the help of contributers such as Trent Reeve, Stefan Cieply, Mikey Red). They were from the Windsor area (Ontario, Canada). Otto also put on shows. Their first issues came out in 1987 but … Continue reading

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Attitude (interview by Daragh Hayes in 1987)

While on an exchange-programme in Germany, Daragh Hayes (the later bassist of ‘Sons Of Ishmael’ – 16 at the time) interviewed ‘Attitude’ who were were touring Europe. His intention was to publish it in a zine he wanted to do … Continue reading

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Sam McPheeters (Seen Not Heard #1)

Mel(anie) Gauthier, from Toronto (Canada), spent time with people from the European HC-scene in the early 90s but I think I got this from another fellow zinester… I only know of this one issue of her zine Seen Not Heard. … Continue reading

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Infezione (Endless Struggle #9)

‘Infezione’ was an inspiring HC/punk band with an anarchist message, from Modena (Italy). Their Engish wasn’t brilliant but their erudite spokesman Enrico Manicardi (guitar & vocals) was able to convey their messages through extensive booklets that came with their releases. … Continue reading

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Maximum RocknRoll’s Tim Yohannan (Tunga Tunga #6)

Another great interview that Louanne Voskans did for her zine Tunga Tunga… When I was in San Francisco in August ’89 I went to Blacklist mailorder (one of the projects of the Maximum Rock’nRoll crew) to sort out distribution of … Continue reading

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Moral Crux (Drastic Solutions #5)

Somewhere around 1987 I got the debut-album of the U.S. band ‘Moral Crux’ (from Washington state) sent to me by their singer James T. Farris. We corresponded for a while and I really appreciated the band’s music, attitude and politics. … Continue reading

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Hippycore’s Jack & Joel (Tunga Tunga #6)

This in an interview with Jack Kahn & Joel Olson (Mesa, Arizona) who used to do Hippycore (a fanzine, but they also expanded their activities to distribution, releasing vinyl and publishing – the Soy Not Oi booklet e.g.). These guys … Continue reading

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