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POST-PUNK/HARDCORE. While much ink has been spilled over 1980s punk- and hardcore mythology, eventually culminating with a Sony Pictures feature film, "American hardcore", released in 2006, very little has been revealed about the era that followed. Indeed, it's a glaring omission. In the 1990s, punk-rock entered its adolescent stage and began reevaluating its own music, politics, and traditions. And before long, the result of this collective soul-searching became clear: If hardcore wanted to remain relevant in the new decade, it was going to have to rebel against itself. "The anti-matter anthology" is perhaps the first published book dedicated to this transition.

Book 13.50€*


PUNK/HARDCORE. After nearly 10 years out-of-production, BANNED IN DC is finally back in print. Assembled by Cynthia Connolly, Lelsie Clague and Sharon Cheslow and originally released in 1988, BANNED IN DC collects hundreds of photos, flyers and stories documenting the D.C. punk scene of the mid-'80s. With the 7th edition of BANNED IN DC, publisher and founding author Cynthia Connolly has added an 8-page afterword explaining how and why the book came together.

BOOK 27.50€*


HARDCORE. "burning fight: the nineties hardcore revolution in ethics, politics, spirit, and sound" by Brian Peterson. Although some define hardcore as a specific sound, most believe it's more than that; a set of varying ideas, ethics, principles, attitudes and, yes, music, that converge to form a community. "burning fight: the nineties hardcore revolution in ethics, politics, spirit, and sound" by Brian Peterson provides some answers, but also brings up a whole new set of questions for those who've been drawn to the scene's political, social, ethical and spiritual ideas amidst the screamed vocals and abrasive chords. BURNING FIGHT features commentary from approximately 150 participants from the '90s hardcore scene as well as oral history articles about straight edge, politics, vegetarianism and interviews with a variety of influential bands such as: AVAIL, BURN, EARTH CRISIS, INSIDE OUT, INTEGRITY, LOS CRUDOS, SPITBOY, STRIFE, TEXAS IS THE REASON; UNBROKEN and more.

Book 15.00€*


"society verse" is a 128 page book by CEREMONY vocalist Ross Farrar. Featuring the lyrics to all of the band's songs, with anecdotes and stories from throughout the band's history so far. Also features poems, original photographs and a short essay about "rohnert park", the subject of the band's latest album. Second edition.

Book 11.50€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. "everybody's scene: the story of connecticut's anthrax club" by Chris Daily documents the entire history of one of the nation's most legendary all-ages hardcore music clubs from 1982 to 1990. After months of scanning thousands of photographs, flyers, schedules and conducting over 100 interviews, a 208 page, visually heavy book is the result. "everybody's scene" will appeal to anyone who was lucky enough to witness the underground punk and hardcore music scene of the '80s as well as those with a soft spot in their hearts for the influences of many of today's musicians.

BOOK 16.00€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. 8.5"x11", 100-page perfect bound/soft cover book featuring over 200 photographs by Nardcore legend and hardcore/punk photographer Fred Hammer. Bands include BL'AST, BAD RELIGION, GORILLA BISCUITS, THE RIVAL MOB, CEREMONY, YOUTH OF TODAY, BOLD, NEGATIVE APPROACH, RKL, STRIFE, 7 SECONDS, CONVERGE, AGNOSTIC FRONT, TERROR, FLOORPUNCH, UNDERDOG, SICK OF IT ALL, CRO-MAGS, YOUTH BRIGADE, ADOLESCENTS, GOOD RIDDANCE, DR. LNOW, STALAG 13, ILL REPUTE, AGRESSION, NAILS, DANZIG and more. Includes poster and sticker.

BOOK 13.50€*


Das Buch versammelt auf 480 Seiten im klassischen A5 Fanzine-Format 27 Jahre der wesentlichen Fanzinearbeiten von khs (aka Karl-Heinz Stille, aka Babbit, etc.) aus THINK, ZAP, PLOT, OX und anderen Heften, die aneinandergereiht nicht nur ein verdammt dickes Buch, sondern auch amüsante Unterhaltung ergeben.

BOOK 15.00€*


HARDCORE. "making a scene: new york hardcore in photos, lyrics & commentary 1985-1988" by Bri Hurley. Originally released in 1989 with a scant 79 photos and under 100 pages; this expanded edition brings over 200 photographs as well as reflections from key characters documenting a special time period in one of the most notorious hardcore music scene in the country. "making a scene: new york hardcore in photos, lyrics & commentary 1985-1988" captures the energy of the New York hardcore music scene in photographs, lyrics and comments from those involved in their music, their attitudes, and their lifestyle. Hardcore is a way of life for thousands of band members and fans all over the world. Participants are shown with friends, spouses, even children, performing, dancing and hanging out. They also explain in their own words and lyrics to songs what they think hardcore is all about. From moments of quiet intimacy to the controlled mayhem of live shows this book documents, in a unique way, this flourishing and often misunderstood underground style.

BOOK 15.50€*


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 1.50€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. December issue, features an interview with Brazil’s RAKTA; a conversation with Philly’s unsung ’80s hardcore legends AUTISTIC BEHAVIOR. World-renowned pastry chef Brooks Headley - drummer of BORN AGAINST, (YOUNG) PIONEERS, WRANGLER BRUTES, C.R.A.S.H., UNIVERSAL ORDER OF ARMAGEDDON talks about his new cookbook and cooking on the road in the ’90s. Newcomers PROTESTER and MISLED YOUTH take a break from their summer tour to visit the MRR compound and reflect on the value of all-ages shows. Israel’s MARMARA STREISAND talk politics and punk; anarcho-punk legends POISON GIRLS discuss the recent reissues of their classic LPs, and the Bay-Area’s DICK & JANE talk about their decades-long partnership. Long-running Brooklyn d.i.y space Death By Audio gives a swan-song interview before closing; power-violence grinders NUNHEX offer a peek at life as a punk in Florida. All of this, a pullout photo spread from Mateus Mondini, and as always, columns, zine, book and demo reviews, and the most extensive punk record review section in print.

FANZINE 2.50€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. The January 2015 issue, includes Mallorca’s raging punks ORDEN MUNDIAL and we’ve got London’s frantic and inspiring FRAU, Memphis' post-punk racket makers NOTS, and New Jersey’s prolific Don Giovanni Records. Also in this issue, Cyprus’ EN PSYCHRO tell us about the island’s scene and political tension, trans-national hardcore trio the INSTIGATION share their Japanese tour diary, and Des Devlin discusses his insightful documentary film "distorted: reflections on early sydney punk". As well an interview with Toby Jeg of Red Scare Industries in light of the label’s 10 year anniversary, and catch up with Poland’s TZN XENNA and Italian hardcore legends RAW POWER. You’ll also find photo spreads from the London’s Static Shock Weekend and A Varning from Montreal fest, plus book, movie, zine and demo reviews, all the columnist you love to hate, and of course, the most extensive record reviews section in punk print.

FANZINE 2.50€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. The March 2015 issue, features the annual year-end top tens. Martin Sorrondeguy sat down with legendary SST producer Spot to talk about his recent photo book, new MRR Coordinator Grace interviewed NYHC rippers IN SCHOOL, and former MRR Coordinator Golnar Nikpour had a conversation with PIG DNA. Plus a scene report from Grenoble, France: punk mecca tucked into the Alps. Also all the columnists you love to hate, including a new monthly column from Colin Atrophy of "slice harvester" zine and a contribution from hacker/whistleblower Jeremy Hammond writing from federal prison; and as always the most extensive punk record review section in print.

FANZINE 5.00€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. This is the comics and art special issue. Featuring a cover by everyone’s favorite Mexican miscreant, Abraham Diaz. Featuring art by Jim Shomo, Sara Abruña, Reuben Storey, Teodoro Hernandez, Tara Bursey, Payton Lower, Diane Maltesta, Andrew Scully, Ben Fordree, Juarma Lopez, J.M. Bertoyas, Shiva Addanki, Eugene Terry, Grimoire, Emma Kohlmann, Jack Hayden, Hector Sudor, Chico Félix, Ivan Brun, Robin Wiberg, Anna Vo, Alexander Heir, Craoman, Christopher Nhdiystrec, Anna Haifisch, Luca Tetraite, Maren Karlson, Suzy X, Matt Crabe, Jeffrey Mahannah, Freak City, Heather Benjamin, Dustin McChesney, Julien Dupont, Laura Pallmall, Ruben Dahlstrand, Nathan Ward, Mar Estrema, Sapiens, Mengzhu Fu, Karissa Sakumoto, Pyotr Mulinov, Jyriki Nissinen, Luiz Berger, Luiz Gustavo Vargas, Yecatl Peña, Zoe Burke, Annie Mok, Marissa Paternoster, Emma Maatman and Rudy Loewe.

FANZINE 5.00€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. Cover stars G.L.O.S.S. took no prisoners on their recent West-Coast tour and MRR sat down with them before their San Jose show. Also conversations with Bay-Area live powerhouses VIOLENCE CREEPS, Spain's TRANCE, and Wu Wei, the frontman of one of China's oldest punk bands, SMZB. Interview with FAT CREEPS in advance of their upcoming European tour and Osa Atoe of SHOTGUN SEAMSTRESS talked to Monica Estrella Negra about Chicago's Black and Brown Punk Shows. A crowd-sourced website gathering information about accessibility of venues and d.i.y. punk spaces worldwide, and more broadly, the experience of being disabled punks. Plus an interview with the director of the San Diego punk doc "it's gonna blow", a conversation with Finland's VIVISEKTIO, of course, all the columns and reviews you've come to expect.

FANZINE 5.00€*


HARDCORE/PUNK. Providence's DOWNTOWN BOYS discussed their new record and how their politics intersect with their brand of sax-punk; anarcho legends PART 1 discuss the reissues of their long out-of-print catalogue and return to performing; Germany's HYSTERESE clue us into the band dynamics in advance of their US tour. Plus, COLUMN OF HEAVEN's bassist Andrew Nolan provides a window into the changing landscape of Toronto, the team behind BAD DADDIES interviews SLEAFORD MODS, Russia's MINEFIELD talk making music in the shadow of a famous arms factory, and the deep friendship that SHARKPACT is built on is made abundantly clear. You also get a reflection on the Loud! Fast! Philly! oral history project‹dozens of interviews with Philly punks of all ages and stripes, and growing‹and some of the amazing portraits Karen Kirchhoff took to accompany it. Farrah Skeiky took our cover photo, as well as documented Damaged City Fest for a photo spread, while Ochi Reyes sent a photographic dispatch from London's Bentfest. And, of course, all the columns you've come to expect and the largest record reviews section in punk print.

FANZINE 5.00€*


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