NO FRIENDS (MAGA)ZINE
#4 (2016/NO FRIENDS)
HARDCORE/PUNK. #4 includes interviews with TENEMENT, one half of the hilarious feminist/queer comedy duo THE PUTERBAUGH, Carbondale's BAD TASTE, Greek post-punks COMEDY OF DEATH, Minneapolis basement rockers LEMONADE, plus dozens of columns, tons of photos, and hundreds of reviews that people will inevitably love/hate. The 7" flexi record for issue #4 also has new, and exclusive by TENEMENT, SADIE SWITCHBADE's heartfelt solo project, DYKE DRAMA, Chicago's DIY punk supergroup ENDLESS COLUMN, and Buffalo's one-woman feminist dancepunk powerhouse, JAMIE & THE DEBT.
summer issue 2.5 (2015/D.I.Y.)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
#2 (2014/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
#3 (2015/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
#4 (2015/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
#5 (2015/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
#6 (2016/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
NOT LIKE YOU
photo issue (2015/NOT LIKE YOU)
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.
punk photo zine #2 (2013/PUNXELATED)
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.
a selected visual history of american hc music (2008/MTV)
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.
SHORT FAST & LOUD
#24 (201/SHORT FAST & LOUD)
HARDCORE. SHORT FAST & LOUD fanzine celebrates its 10 year anniversary with a one-two punch of hardcore and grindcore unity. Not only is there the usual 'zine full of thrash, grind, punk and metal news, reviews and commentary, but also a 10" compilation with exclusive tracks from COKE BUST, LÄRM, SEEIN' RED, BRUTAL TRUTH, EXTORTION, GRIDE, LACK OF INTEREST, VOETSEK, CONQUEST FOR DEATH, NOISEAR, SUPERBAD, CATHETER, TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION, BRODYS MILITIA, FLAGITIOUS IDIOSYNCRASY IN THE DILAPIDATION, LAHAR, ENEMIES OF INERTIA, PRETTY LITTLE FLOWER, WASTEOID, SLIGHT SLAPPERS, TORTURE UNIT and STREET PIZZA. This is a perfect combination, all gathered to celebrate the premiere magazine of speed! Limited to 1000 copies!
SPRAY PAINT THE WALLS / STEVIE CHICK
the story of black flag (2009/OMNIBUS)
HARDCORE-PUNK. "spray paint the walls" tells BLACK FLAG's story (416 pages!) from the inside, drawing on exclusive interviews with the group's members, their contemporaries and the bands they inspired. It's the story of Henry Rollins and his journey from fan to iconic frontman. And it's the story of Greg Ginn, who turned his electronics company into one of the world's most influential independent record labels while leading BLACK FLAG from punk's three-chord frenzy into progressive and free-jazz.
THE HISTORY OF NEMESIS RECORDS
...and big frank harrison (2017/REAPER)
HARDCORE. [RELEASEDATE 03.02.2017] "the history of nemesis records....and big frank harrison" is a +200 page perfect bound full-color book with complete discography, never seen band photos, essays, insight and memoirs from friends and select Nemesis Records alumni including Dan O'Mahoney (NO FOR AN ANSWER), Mike Hartsfield (OUTSPOKEN etc.), Issac Golub (A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL), Andrew Kline (STRIFE), Ron Martinez (FINAL CONFLICT), Jon Bunch (SENSE FIELD), Dave Franklin (VISION)...and more!
TLALX: TEN YEARS OF RUNNING A DIY HARDCORE PUNK LABEL
(2016/TO LIVE A LIE)
HARDCORE/PUNK. "TLALX: ten years running a diy hardcore punk label" is a 62 page retrospective of the 10 plus years of existence of To Live A Lie Records. The fanzine, almost a mini book, is broken into a few different sections. In the 1st section Will Butler provides a series of vignettes detailing the early years along. A bulk of the fanzine includes classic interviews from BACKSLIDER, ACXDC, SICK/TIRED, HUMMINGBIRD OF DEATH, BEARTRAP, DEATHRATS and SIXBREWBANTHA. Following that are photos of friends and of course some great vinyl pics. Last are reflections on past releases by artists who worked with the label. It really gives you insight of a ten year journey of a diy record label.
TOUCH AND GO
the complete hc punk fanzine '79-'83 (2010/BAZILLION POINTS)
HARDCORE/PUNK. TOUCH AND GO FANZINE was the brainchild of Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson and launched in 1979, and documented the burgeoning scene in the midwest as well as the rest of the country. This 576 page book compiles all 22 issues of the fanzine and features new introductory essays by punk icons like Tesco Vee (The Meatmen), Henry Rollins (Black Flag), Keith Morris (Circle Jerks), Corey Rusk (Necros), John Brannon (Negative Approach) and many more.