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HARDCORE/PUNK. In this issue MRR talk with Brazil’s crusty grinders HOMICIDE, BORN WRONG from hyperactive Ontario, Canada, St. Louis’ ragecore suit SHAVED WOMEN. The 2nd interview part with We Got Power Fanzine. An interview with the Texas raw punk lady-trio KURRAKÄ, a witty and perceptive United Arab Emirates scene report, a juicy Toronto, Canada scene report, an interview with long-standing German-based Trust Fanzine. #362 comes with a wicked cover by shitworker Travis Igler and, of course, columns, guest film reviews, book reviews, the most extensive record reviews in punk and more!

FANZINE 1.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. In the September 2013 issue you will find: ASILE talk about their introduction to punk, their new album and all things French-Canadian; Indonesia’s punk band FORGOTTEN GENERATION chat with us about Indonesian punk; LAST CHAOS describe punk tour relations between Australia and Southeast Asia; and we talk with Sweden-based NE! RECORDS about its latest releases and the early days of punk in the ex-Yugoslavian region. Philly dark hardcore bands POPULATION ZERO and NIGHTFALL interview each other and discuss their local scene; hardcore band RAD talk about their influences, day jobs and Sacramento scene; SNOB VALUE from Germany discuss the European political climate; Oakland’s dark punks the NEW FLESH have an extensive chat about philosophy, their new record and the relationship between the internet and DIY music; Seattle’s TRASHIES deliver us the weirdest interview we’ve probably ever printed; we’re introduced to the bizarre universe of the WHATEVER BRAINS; and last but not least a TEXAS FILTH scene report sheds light on everything from the Lone Star State! Plus as always a photospread, guest columns, demo, movie and book reviews you could cram into your brain and the most extensive punk review section in print today!

FANZINE 1.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. MRR talk to booming crust band ZUDAS KRUST from Jakarta about their scene and the what it’s like to be a punk in Indonesia, crusties KONTRASEKT from Minneapolis discuss their 7? and why the Midwest rocks, an interview with the brain behind Doomed Society Radio from Calgary, Portland’s psych garage rockers BIG BLACK CLOUD. Then a wild trip up and down the West-Coast with a CONDITION tour diary, an interview with Todd Greene of Clearview Records about the label’s roster, no-frills ragers HERO DISHONEST from Finland share impressions from their recent US tour, and HELVETIN VIEMÄRIT from Brazil analyze why they love Finnish hardcore, next VIOLENT PARTY discusses their record and relocation to Portland, introduction to budding Stockton fastcore band MALCOLM, followed by an impressive Brno, Czech Republic scene report, a photo spread from Finland’s Puntala-Rock fest. All this and much more, including guest columns, demo and zine reviews and, of course, the most extensive record review section in printed punk today!

FANZINE 1.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Another year is done, so let’s tell 2013 to fuck off with a new issue! Pennsylvania’s BAD AMERICAN are stoked to share the experience of their recent tour and album in the works. Garage punkers CONCRETE WORMS talk about the Serbian punk scene, and Minneapolis’ WAR//PLAUGE tells us how they keep it d.i.y. and keep it punk! Olympia’s GAG gets wild with us on the start of their US tour. UK Anarcho-punk band THE MOB reminisce about the ’80s scene and talk about their new record and London’s GOOD THROB smash misconceptions about their sound and the ladies in the band discuss how they are received in the punk community. GENERACION SUICIDA from L.A. get ready for their upcoming European tour, and we get a taste of brutal hardcore attack from East-Coasters FORCE-FED DRUGS. We corner New York’s CREEM on their European tour and discuss the culturalization of punk, d-beat raw punx LIFE CHAIN invite us to come visit Halifax, and take a trip to Hungary with a Budapest scene report. Also in this issue, a posthumous interview of post-punk band SAFEWORDS from Minneapolis, TOTAL TRASH talks about keeping punk cute. All this plus columns, news and the most extensive punk review section in print!

FANZINE 2.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This is the 3rd Queer Issue! First up is ANTI-CORPOS who talk about organizing Girls Rock Camp in Brazil. CLOSET BURNER demystifies being queer in the Midwest, DURES ET GAYS share wild tales of squat shows in Europe, and EJACULOID gets fresh with us. Also in this issue, GLORY HOLE shares their experience of being queer in Australia, PEEPLE WATCHIN’ talks about tour and playing Smash It Dead Fest, and Porcelain from FRUIT PUNCH discuss her emergence and coming out in the East-Coast punk scene. Plus heaps more conversations with queer punx from SHOPPING, PRIESTS, GROKE, SCREAMING QUEENS, and STRONG BOYS, a report from London Queer Zine Fest, a bunch of guest columnists, and the largest and most extensive punk reviews section in print today!

FANZINE 4.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. "the all columns" issue! With topics such as Detroit powerhouse BILL BONDSMEN, très productive French punk label Crapoulet Records, legendary ex-Yugo pioneers O!KULT, New York’s catchy punks RATIONAL ANIMALS, and the New York’s Alright festival. UK hardcore ragers STAB and WOOLF, Minneapolis hardcore d-beat ladies VARIX, and a Miami scene report. All of this, plus record, fanzine, book and movie reviews, all the columnists you could ask for, shitworker of the month and much more.

FANZINE 4.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. In this may issue 2 MRR shitworkers hang out with fellow zinesters from Razorcake at the Zine Fest. Interview with Vasko of Macedonia’s power trio XAXAXA, and Mila of Agipunk Records interviews d-beat legends EU’S ARSE. Poland’s ALERT! ALERT! discuss contemporary Polish punk, Canada’s dark post-punks RHYTHM OF CRUELTY share creative insights, Ontario’s STRANGE ATTRACTOR talks drumming and being a lifer, you'll get the scoop on Calgary’s psycho-punk ’n’ roll outfit PMMA, Atlanta’s fuzz-drenched punks WYMYNS PRYSYN, and Oakland’s noisy pop punk duo STRAIGHT CRIMES. Also an exclusive, final interview with Boston hardcore megaliths SIEGE. REVENGE OF THE PSYCHOTRONIC MAN discusses the UK punk scene, deep and dirty in the minds of Buffalo’s SPACE WOLVES. All of this, plus a Scotland scene report, and the most extensive record review section in punk print!

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Italian punks ANTI YOU talk about their US tour, a interview with local enfant terrible DESTRY HAMPTON about his life and music growing, details on Chicago’s upcoming queer and transgender festival. A discussion about squats and apathy with Norwegian KNUSTE RUTER, interviews with Canadian punkers CRUSADES, the LOWEST from Poland, and with Spanish-singin’ Finnish punk LOS CULITOS. Also interviews with Sacramento punk-rockers RAT DAMAGE, San Bernardino d-beat punx PESADILLA DISTOPIKA, Connecticut’s badass punk ladies DAMN BROADS, Providence-based angular-punk outfit COTTAGING, and Urbana-Champaign mathy-rockers HANK.. There’re also the usual "shitworker of the month" etc.. All of this, plus your usual columns, book, zine and movie reviews, and the most extensive record reviews section in punk print, yo!

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This month, in MRR #374, you'll get interviews with Bay-Area punkettes the QUAALUDES and jazzy hardcore noise rockers NO BABIES, Slovenian punk savant Igor Vidmar on Ex-Yugo punk history, Australian mutant punk rockers AUSMUTEANTS, and Peru’s bellowing d-beat punks WAÑUY. Also featured in this issue, you’ll find Canadian melancholic ii! lads BISHOPS GREEN, activist balaclava punks GULAG BEACH, Poland’s cold wavers 1984, and UK’s d-beat ragers ENDLESS GRINNING SKULLS. Also Wales hardcore peace punks GRAND COLLAPSE, Brazil’s dark chaotic d-beat FEAR OF THE FUTURE, Seattle heavy melodic crust punks COUNTDOWN TO ARMAGEDDON, a beautiful Colombian scene report and of course, let’s not forget, the most extensive reviews section in punk print!

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. In this issue you'll get an interview with Iberian powerhouse UNA BESTIA INCONTROLABLE. In honor of their very exciting 20th anniversary an extended interview with EXTREME NOISE RECORDS, plus an in-depth story behind one of Leningrad's punk progenitors, SVIN. In this issue also GLUE from Texas, COOL DEATH RECORDS from down under Australia, and 2 floor-thumping air-punching stripped-down punk bands from Japan EIEFITS and THEE MIGHTY FEVERS, get featured. Serbian rock 'n' roller S.U.S. discuss breaking in the norm in Serbia and bringing back the glam in punk. Barcelona's VÈRTIGO tell you about their local scene, MISCALCULATIONS from the UK talk about their minimalist yet calculated approach to music, and a BORN WRONG tour diary. Plus, 2 photospreads, a special New Blood spread, your favorite columnists, book, zine, demo, movie and of course records reviews, the most extensive in punk rock print - plus much more!

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. In this issue of MRR, there is an extensive talk with punkettes the DISHRAGS, one of the first all-lady bands, who started out in Canada in 1977; we spend some time superbly wasted with Chicago’s favorite ragers GAS RAG, and we talk to Toronto's hardcore menaces and mobilizers S.H.I.T.. We also have a long talk with IRON LUNG Records; talk abyss punk and goth inspiration with Philly's FAR-OUT FANGTOOTH, and Madrid's EXTINCIÓN DE LOS INSECTOS debate experimentation and creativity within the d.i.y. setting, while director Vladimir Kozlov tells us about his up-coming documentary on '80s Siberian punk, Traces in the Snow. Last but not least, after a great split and before their upcoming tour in the US, we get a split interview with Finnish dark synthy post-punks KUUDES SILMÄ and MAAILMANLOPPU, a chat with PAUL BIRNBAUM of Septic Death, and a scene report from Patras, Greece. This plus book, demo, zine and movie reviews, all the columns you love to hate and of course, let's not forget, the most extensive review section in punk print!

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. In the october issue, there's an extended interview with chaos hardcore band FRACASO featuring reflections on life as a punk in Venezuela. Mia d'Bruzzi from early Bay-Area punkettes FRIGHTWIG tells us about life as a feminist in a developing punk scene and the band's current projects. Yecatl Peña (from INSERVIBLES, TERCER MUNDO, and more) drew our cover and shares a long-overdue Mexico City Scene Report, with a rundown on all the bands, venues, festivals, and record shops you need to know about in the new wave of Chilango punk. Poland's GOVERNMENT FLU share reflections on their US tour, while Seoul, South Korea's MYMANMIKE look forward to their upcoming journey through North America. Prolific label MIND CURE RECORDS gives us a window into their multi-layered history as documentors of Pittsburgh punk, and we're introduced to the synthy sounds of Greece's ERA OF FEAR and England's MEN OH PAUSE. Bay-Area motörpunks ELEGY clue us in on their upcoming plans, HARSH WORDS reassure us that there's more to Athens, GA than R.E.M., and we've got two photospreads featuring shots from LA's Beserktown Festival and New York's Latino Punk Fest. And of course, all the columnists you love to hate, demo, book, movie and zine reviews, and, as always, the most extensive record reviews section in hardcore-punk print.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

PUNXELATED number 2 features 56 full-color pages (without ads), about 130 images from 45 bands. Featured bands are. AC4, ALL, Alpinist, Antitainment, Ashes of Pompeii, Blank, Cobretti, The Criminals, Crusades, Dead To Me, Endzweck, Eläkeläiset, Emily’s Army, Even in Blackouts, Gadget, Jabber, Japanische Kampfhörspiele, Kassierer, Lipstick Homicide, Madschnun, Masked Intruder, Mikey Erg, Mördare, Mülheim Asozial, Night Birds, Old Men Markley, Off With Their Heads, The Other, Painted Wolves, Pascow, Patsy O’Hara, Planks, Pity Party, Rancid, Red Tape Parade, Riverboat Gamblers, Screaming Females, Serpent Eater, Steve Adamyk Band, Teenage Bottlerocket, Tephra, Torche, TV Smith, Vladimir Harkonnen, Worriers. There's a 6 page articel with Alex from Jerk Store Fanzine and UK-Photographer Brian Kelleher.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. RADIO SILENCE documents the ignored space between the RAMONES and NIRVANA through the words and images of the pre-Internet era where this community built on do-it-yourself ethics thrived. Authors Nathan Nedorostek and Anthony Pappalardo have cataloged private collections of unseen images, personal letters, original artwork and various ephemera from the hardcore scene circa 1978-1993. Unseen photos lay next to hand-made t-shirts and original artwork brought to life by the words of their creators and fans. RADIO SILENCE includes over 500 images of unseen photographs, illustrations, rare records, t-shirts, and fanzines presented in a manner that abandons the aesthetic cliches normally employed to depict the genre and lets the subject matter speak for itself. Contributions by Jeff Nelson, Dave Smalley, Walter Schreifels, Cynthia Connolly, Pat Dubar, Gus Pena, Rusty Moore and Gavin Ogelsby with an essay by Mark Owens.

BOOK 24.00€*

 

HARDCORE. The 20th issue of SHORT, FAST & LOUD is another 88 pages of all that is thrash, hardcore, grind and noise featuring interviews with Philly hardcore legends FLAG OF DEMOCRACY, Texas skate thrashers A.N.S., Nashville's hardcore kings LIFE TRAP and a journalistic article on Malaysia's crackdown on punk and public dissent, plus all of the normal columns, reviews and informative ads.

FANZINE 3.50€*

 

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