Tag Archives: Punk

Terminus (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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Vuur (My Dreams… #2)

Around the turn of the century Tilt! mailorder/distribution (already focussing more and more on zines, pamphlets and radical literature) got support/practical aid from the younger generation (Roberto, Bartje & Tijs). It must’ve been at that time that Julien Vanderhaeghen (a … Continue reading

Posted in 2001, Belgian zines | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Bimba Obesa (Santa Riot)

I found some bits of Santa Riot; there was a lot more but that got probably lost. To read it back now I can see that my level of English at that time was hilarious! I was young and punk … Continue reading

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Universal Order Of Armageddon (Fenceclimber #2)

Josh MacPhee started studying media and culture at Oberlin College (Ohio). There he did this “politically charged” zine; he was also an activist. After two years he quit school and moved to Washington DC, to help some friends start the … Continue reading

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1 in 12 Club (Reason To Believe #2)

Reason To Believe (based in Leeds) was a zine done by a collective of people such as Alex Gunn, ‘Sned’ (Flat Earth), Paco (La Vida Es Un Mus), Richard Corbridge (Armed With Anger), Cath O’Connor (‘Month Of Birthdays’ vocalist), Leo … Continue reading

Posted in 2001, UK zines | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Subversion (Suicide? No! Murder #4)

I have 4 issues of this zine (edited by a couple of Canadians living in London); not sure if they did more. According to the dates of some records reviewed the time-period must be 1983-84. Content-wise there’s interviews, scene-reports, reviews … Continue reading

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Peu Être (Chill Out #3)

Chill Out, another French zine I helped make available through my mailorder/distribution was done by Olivier Lacoste (singer of the Bordeaux band ‘Öpstand’) that I’d met at the Vort’n Vis and corresponded with. I can’t remember having seen his first … Continue reading

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