Category Archives: Danish zines

Rorschach (Let The Party Begin #2)

Søren Daugbjerg Jensen, from Ålborg (Denmark), did this zine. He was part of the 1000 Fryd (hardcore/punk venue) there and was in bands (guitar/vocals) such as ‘Hunchback International’, ‘Sons of Cain’ & ‘Married To A Murderer’ – with my mate … Continue reading

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D.O.A. (Alles Krig Mod Alle #2)

In the summer of 1986, I followed my mate ‘Duco’ on a trip to Denmark. He was friends with Anderz Nielsen (living in Kopenhagen), a nice bloke who was running a distribution/shop (started as Boston Tea Party tapes when still … Continue reading

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Capital Scum (Vask Uld Rigtigt #4)

Vask Uld Rigtigt (literally translated as “wash wool correctly”) was the zine done by ‘L.U.L.L.’ (‘Leben Und Leben Lassen’)’s Kent Nielsen (vocals) and Andreas Ludvigsen (drummer) when they were residing at the Wanker Ranch (old farm – ‘L.U.L.L.’s rehearsal-space in … Continue reading

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So Much Hate (Sct. Peters Engle #5)

Sct. Peters Engle [Saint Peter’s Angels] was done by Marie Molin (from Højbjerg/Odense, Denmark). Her second issue was dubbed the first Danish zine in English (co-editor was Svend-Erik ‘Svenne’ Jepsen a.k.a. Wanker, R.I.P.). I never saw the first ones but … Continue reading

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Life But How To Live It (Sorte Rose #10)

In 1986 I traveled to Kopenhagen & Odense and discovered the Danish HC/punk scene. Alborg was too far up North to go there but my new mates (Anderz & Kent, Nielsen of course) must’ve told me about the place and … Continue reading

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Jane Graham (On Display #3)

I met Jane Graham when ‘Witchknot’ performed at the Vort’n Vis in 1993 (she was the bassist in their early line-up; also involved in the 1in12 club in Bradford and part of the punk/anarchist scene there) – perhaps also when … Continue reading

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Man Lifting Banner ([The Great] Enoch #1)

In these neoliberal times, where labourers and middle-class are lullabied into mindless consumerism, one is happy that there’s still bands to whom revolution, socialism, class-struggle, solidarity, etc. aren’t hollow terms. After the demise of ‘Seein’Red’, the Van den Berg bros. … Continue reading

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