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HARDCORE/PUNK. It’s another loaded issue of d.i.y. punk’s greatest monthly mag. We’ve got interviews with Chicago’s NEGATIVE SCANNER. Philly’s SOUL GLO and Temecula’s the COLTRANES dish on their respective brands of weirdo hardcore-punk, and Brazil’s the PESSIMISTS explain their musical approach and their origins in a São Paulo headshop. This issue also features a huge special on 3 of this year’s most promising punk fests, giving us an opportunity to sit down with some of the most organized, energized, creative and resourceful punks out there. Christian of "oakland’s manic relapse" explains how he pulled their insane lineup of domestic and international bands and talks about carving out an inviting space while managing the fest’s hard-partying reputation. "everything is not ok" organizer Roz Adams paints a portrait of the punk artist as a young man and shows where the Oklahoma City fest falls in a continually inspirational landscape of artists and musicians. Lastly Chris Moore and Nick Tape, the folks behind "damaged city", map out DC’s legacy as both an American metropolis with a long history in hardcore-punk and as a place where creating punk and expanding the scope of a fest takes constant work and commitment. On the global media front, we were able to speak with the filmmakers of the upcoming three-part documentary series "bogota punk". Last but not least: an uncompromising interview with Berlin/Munich’s HeartFirst Records conducted. This also comes with hundreds of reviews, a photo spread by Martin Sorrondeguy, all your favorite columnists and the long-awaited return of the classifieds section. It’s no joke.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. #396 is a special edition. We’ve got over a dozen features on zines from all over planet Earth, each of them revealing a living print culture that is truly killer, absolutely vital and undeniably punk. Emmy Ramone talks about their zines Cretins of Distortion and the Mental Whiff; Alex Ratcharge conducts an interview with NUTS! fanzine; Golnar Nikpour interviews the world’s number one fan of noisy and psychotic hardcore, Tom Mayhugh of General Speech. FLUKE fanzine celebrates its 25th anniversary. From the Bay-Area we have AS YOU WERE, a comic zine anthology based out of San Francisco; NOT SHIT, a skate fanzine dedicated to the punk/d.i.y. approach, and the Enthusiast, a brilliant and ASCII art-laden email newsletter. The folks behind NO SHAME, a distro that highlights work by people of color, write about 8 of their favorite zines. Across the water there’s ANOTHER SUBCULTURE, an annual audio mag released on tape in the UK. Down in Barcelona, MIERDA editor Dani Frutos goes head to head with interviewer Paco Mus on everything from Barcelona punk’s tenuous relationship with Europe and the world to anarchism and Catalonian independence. There’s also an interview highlighting the Finnish Fanzine Archive, a project digitizing over 300 Finnish fanzines dating from 1977 to 1982. Rounding it out is a feature collecting almost half a dozen current video zines, your favorite columnists, all the reviews you can possibly bear to read. Don’t miss it.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. On the cover: St. Louis’s the DUMPERS. You may know them as the backing band to the slippery and enigmatic LUMPY, but here the slime-punk reputation that precedes them takes a backseat to the real story. From their primordial origins to the Dumpers Rights movement, the only place to get the straight dump is in this exclusive interview. We’ve also got an interview with Steve Drewett of the NEWTOWN NEUROTICS. Reporting from the Rust Belt, hardcore-punk warriors CONCEALED BLADE give us the lowdown on the splendid isolation of the Pittsburgh scene. Out of the Midwest, Minneapolis’s KITTEN FOREVER dish on their new record of drum and bass anchored punk. There’s more: UROCHROMES, 2016’s hottest item out of New England, offer a peek into their maniac vision of US hardcore; Vienna’s calamitous post-punk group LIME CRUSH dish on their formation and their future. Reaching into the past, the VISITORS talk about the early post-punk scene in Edinburgh and beyond starting in the late ’70s; FRENOPATICSS discuss the recent reissue of their demo recordings, a small masterpiece of furtive hardcore wailing from teenage punks in early ’80s Barcelona. Plus: TINY KNIVES on their new record and carving their own space between punk, hardcore and metal in Portland. And straight out of Porto, Portugal come DOKUGA, hardcore from the oft-overlooked end of the Iberian peninsula. Topping it off is a scene report from Hattiesburg, MS, a town of less than 50000 that’s quickly becoming one of the most exciting hot-spots of punk in the US. This issue also includes photo spreads from Sin Orden’s last show and Damaged City fest in Washington, DC. Of course we also got all your favorite columnists and hundreds of reviews of the latest records, tapes, books, and films to hit the streets.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Get ready for #398 and the 2nd edition of our Ex-Yugo retrospective special. This one features Croatian bands including KAOS, PARAF, KUD IDIJOTI and BESPOSLI?ARI from the small yet bustling scene of Pula, plus some classic Slovenian groups such as BULDOŽER, LUBLANSKI PSI, and Ljubljana’s NIET. We also got a chance to get in some interviews by Bay-Area TØRSÖ and Toronto's MOLLOT. The UK's DOMESTICS talk about their unrelenting dedication to punk, and RED RED KROVVY also sit down for their 1st MRR interview. Also featured: an article on Mabel Valdiviezo, whose upcoming documentary "prodigal daughter" tells her story as a punk woman in the d.i.y. subterráneo scene in Lima in the '80s, coming to the US as an undocumented immigrant in the ‘90s. This issue also includes an Iowa City scene report, a photo spread from Nothing Nice To Say fest, hundreds of reviews (records, demos, books, films; you name it), another fix of your favorite columnists; in short, another high stakes, buy-or-die edition of MRR.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This issue features a revelatory peek under the mask with St. Louis rocker BLACK PANTIES, a photo essay on ABC No Rio as it faces the demolition of its current location and the construction of a new building, and an interview with Psycho Squatt and Maloka Records covering 30 years of French punk history. We also have the standout dark-punk of Australia's MASSES, the Pacific Northwest-based Skate Witches collective discussing projects, Richmond hardcore ensemble FRIED EGG, Berlin punk/emo group FRIEND CRUSH, oi-influenced French punk from SYNDROME 81, the melodic punk of Chicago's BOILERMAN, Virginia's RHDP, and Finnish punk photographer Jussi Janis. That ain't it: MRR #399 also includes photo spreads from Total Attack Fest #6 and a special Moscow Madness edition of the MRR Presents gig series, an Australian tour diary from Singapore's LUBRICANT and a scene report from North Texas.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE. Split releases are a unique phenomenon, formulated for various reasons ranging from sonic compatibility to marketing ideals. Having toured together in the UK, the members of New Jersey's THE MONGOLOIDS and England's BROKEN TEETH decided to each record 2 songs with the specific aim of collaborating on a release. The resulting split both showcases each band's modern hardcore prowess and offers a wonderful memento of the friendship they share. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

7"col 7.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. "no delisions" examines approximately 20 years of Chicago hardcore-punk, from the late-'80s through the late 2000s with an emphasis on how it has evolved into the scene it is today. It includes live clips from Club Blitz, a featurette on The Killing Tree and a 40-page fanzine.

DVD+FANZINE 16.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Interviews with Australia’s uncertain rock’n’roll saviors ROYAL HEADACHE, Bay-Area sociopolitical comedian, former host of Totally Biased and current host of The United Shades of America, W. Kamau Bell, Chicago’s own post-punk/goth darlings STARING PROBLEM, Spain’s infectious, melodic, broody punks JUANITA Y LOS FEOS, Germany’s gruff-n-melodic HELL AND BACK, founding member of the CURE and member through the Disintegration album, LOL TOLHURST, Milwaukee emotional punks, and local scene workhorses Marcy, Macedonia’s favorite post-punk/dance anarchists BERNAY’S PROPAGANDA, Bay-Area based sex worker legal aid resource RED LIGHT LEGAL, and St. Louis’ angular and driven punks TRAUMA HARNESS. We also have a report on the "northern isolation" fest in Minnesota from earlier in the year, and a great tour journal from Chicago, BOILERMAN - not to mention a sea of columns, photographs, and the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of reviews of all the music, zines, and books we’ve received in the past few months. This 2nd issue with a 7” split flexi. All 4 bands have direct connections to Chicago. The record features music by the ethereal post-punks SIAMESE TWINS, brain damaged synth punks PLASTIC, the raging hardcore of basement dwellers MACE, and the beer-soaked garage hardcore of UFUX.

FAN+FLEXI 8.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This is the english written "summer issue 2.5" from Hamburg's d.i.y. fanzine NO SPIRIT. With topics such as k-town festival report, interviews with NO PROBLEM, OBSTRUCT, SPIRITS and some reviews and columns. Format a5, 44 pages. Limited to 100 copies.

FANZINE 2.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. After selling over 200 copies of issue one with no distribution and rave reviews NOT LIKE YOU Fanzine returns with the 2nd issue. A 40 page full size zine featuring interviews with THE FACTION, J.F.A., LOS OLVIDADOS, DRUNK INJUNS, news, reviews, tons of pics and more. Also comes with the "intense energy" 7" compilation which featuring 97A (their last unreleased track), HUGE (members of UNDERDOG), COUNTERATTACK (members of MASS APPEAL), THE LOUD ONES and STALE PHISH. Compilation 7” also comes with an 8 page booklet. Limited to a one-time pressing of 550 copies.

FANZINE+7" 10.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Featuring the usual news and reviews as well as an article on NY hardcore band BEYOND written by zinester Freddy Alva. This issues interviews include SNFU, FINAL CONFLICT, SOUL SEARCH, LOUD ONES, and BL'AST. Not Like You has quickly become a respected zine amongst the scene from coast to coast, breaking down the barriers and genres which continue to divide it. 40 full-size black and white pages.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Featuring the usual news and reviews as well as interviews with BACKTRACK, SINCE WE WERE KIDS, PRAISE, BURN and Ian Mackaye. The interview with Ian Mackaye is long and detailed about the early days of D.C. hardcore. NOT LIKE YOU has quickly become a respected zine amongst the scene from coast to coast, breaking down the barriers and genres which continue to divide it. 40 full-size b&w pages.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This issue features what is believed to be the last unpublished interview with Raybeez of WARZONE (including never before published photos), as well as interviews with Joey Shithead of D.O.A., Bill Danforth, STALE PHISH and part 2 of their interview with Ian Mackaye along with news, record reviews and more. 40 full-sized pages.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Issue number 6 of NOT LIKE YOU fanzine features interviews with FANG, Eddie Leeway, NIGHT BIRDS, Freedy Alva (Wardance Records) and skaters Greg Harbour and Julz Lynn, plus reviews, columns, photos and more.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE. The "photo issue" of NOT LIKE YOU fanzine features a full zine's worth of photos from classic and newer bands like SHEER TERROR, MOUTHPIECE, BL'AST, BACKTRACK, SWIZ, FLOORPUNCH, THE FACTION, FUGAZI and many, many more.

FANZINE 5.00€*

 

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