Category Archives: Canadian zines

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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