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"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 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. "everybody's scene: the story of connecticut's anthrax club" 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. Now available again with updated cover artwork.

BOOK 17.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Focused on 7 issues of "good and plenty" Fanzine produced in the late '80s/early '90s, "hardcore fanzine..." looks at the series through the lens of graphic design and typography, as a project that reflected and embodied technology of the period. Contributions from graphic designers, graphic design educators, and hardcore enthusiasts trace the history of fanzines and photoduplication; the idea of the body in punk and hardcore; how fanzine-making created community and alternative social space in a pre-internet era; key typefaces used in straight edge iconography; and the importance of fanzines to successive generations of designers. "hardcore fanzine: good and plenty, 1989-1992" includes the full reproduction of all 7 issues plus reproductions of a selection of the fanzine's original paste-ups and photography.

BOOK 28.00€*

 

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 26.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Between 1983 and 1985, New York City photographer Drew Carolan began photographing patrons of the now-infamous hardcore matinees that were going on at seminal underground music club CBGB. The result is a collection of photographs capturing the beauty, vulnerability, and the unbridled energy of youth during the height of the Reagan years. While the hardcore-punk scene still thrives today, these photographs capture a time and place in history that no longer exists. This is a collection of Carolan's photos in a beautiful 10" x 10", hardcover volume featuring nearly 150 pages of images.

BOOK 29.50€*

 

HARDCORE. "sober living for the revolution: hardcore punk, straight edge, and radical politics" takes a look at straight-edge as a movement and its link to radical politics, with contributions coming from Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy, Race Traitor), legendary bands like Manliftingbanner, and radical collectives like CrimeThinc. as well as numerous other artists and activists dedicated as much to sober living as to the fight for a better world.

BOOK 24.00€*

 

HARDCORE. "x: straight edge and radical sobriety" is Gabriel Kuhn's highly anticipated follow-up to his critically acclaimed "sober living for the revolution". In this impressive volume, Kuhn continues his reconnaissance of straight-edge culture and how it overlaps with radical politics. Extensively illustrated and combining original interviews and essays with manifestos and reprints from 'zines and pamphlets, "x: straight edge Aad radical sobriety" is a vital portrait of the wide spectrum of people who define straight-edge culture today.

BOOK 24.00€*

 

HARDCORE. The complete collection of this legendary New Jersey fanzine with over 460 pages gathering all 9 original issues plus the unreleased 10th issue combined with new writings, artwork, memories, flyers, photos, the history of In My Blood Records, and more. Over 70 pages of additional content. Original fanzine content created, edited, and designed by David Koenig and Brett Beach. Please note that the covers have slight corner dings due to negligent shipping.

BOOK 38.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. 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 12.00€*

 

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 1.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Here’s the December 2016 issue - the all-China issue. We’ve got a Chinese punk history primer, scene reports from Bejing, Wuhan, and Guangdong, an annotated discography of Chinese punk, and reprints of MRR features on Chinese punk straight from our archive. We have interviews with experimental indie band SUBS, noise punkers DIDERS, and heavy metal influenced street punks DEMERIT. We’ve also got photo spreads from Toronto’s Not Dead Yet Fest, along with the Slovakian crust band BETON’s photo tour diary of Brazil. Plus, a guest column by Arina Moiseyenko as well as all of our regular columns and reviews. Don’t miss out!

FANZINE 1.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Philadelphia's S-21 tell us the history behind their name, BETON give us their take on a Brazil tour, ZERODENT get us dancing in Perth, PELUQUERÍA CANINA play melodic punk in Madrid, SECOND COMBAT keep sxe-hardcore alive in Malaysia, Brazil’s VIDA RUIM spread their love for Hüsker Dü, and Austin’s BODY PRESSURE want to "make bigots scared again". We have an update on our Archive Project progress and then we delve into some lesser known Finnish KBD gems from the new compilation "kuoleman tappaneet", talk with punk writer and zinester, Jessie Lynn McMains, we’ve also got photos from Chicago’s Infestational and This is Austin Not that Great. All this plus the book, zine, and films reviews you love.

FANZINE 1.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. Interview with Alice Bag. She’s here, discussing her career in early LA punk from the BAGS to CASTRATION SQUAD, her books Violence Girl and Pipe Bomb for the Soul. Want to hear about some of the earliest punk gigs in the Philippines? Rhany telling us all about the Brave New World gigs in Manila. There’s more: Texas punks ELIX-R, NO U TURN from Myanmar, FATIGUE representing for the San Francisco firm, Mexico City hardcore courtesy of SACRIFICIO, icy punk insights from Finland’s COLD INSTITUTION, and Copenhagen’s warm music impresarios BIG MESS dishing on their love for ABBA and the REPLACEMENTS. On top of that photo spreads from First Timers 2017 at DIY Space for London, Nothing Nice To Say Fest 2017, and Springfield, IL’s Dumb Fest. Plus, your monthly dose of must-read columns and hundreds of reviews.

FANZINE 1.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. This month we feature Italy’s SHITTY LIFE. We also feature HAIRCUT from Virginia, where they speak about what it means to be sober and a punk. Also featured are Olympia’s GEN POP, and MURO from Colombia, who speak about their Rat Trap Collective and punk and politics in their country. AIWT from Russia tell about how they don’t really care about what their fans think, while LARS FINBERG talks about why he’s only just now released his 1st solo album after years of work in A-FRAMES, THE INTELLIGENCE, THEE OH SEES, and more. WHIP from Winnipeg talk about their signing to Neck Chop Records. We’ve also got an interview with Stefan Christensen of C/Site Recordings, who splurges all about the history of his label and how the REPTILE RANCH reissue came about. For those dying for more punk coverage there’s a Manic Relapse Vol. 6 photo spread and all of the letters, columns, and reviews that you love to complain about on Instagram.

FANZINE 1.00€*

 

HARDCORE/PUNK. "xxx fanzine (1983-1988) hardcore & punk in the '80s " isn't merely a collection of articles, reviews and photographs from one of hardcore America's best-known fanzines. It's a chronicle of punk's evolution in the '80s: a story of music and ideologies in motion. This 288-page book documents a time when hardcore and punk were not mutually exclusive and bands and cities had a chance to develop their own diverse and strident sounds. Now, in addition to reproducing (and restoring) countless interviews and pages from the 'zine itself, "xxx fanzine" re-interviews countless bands and musical prime-movers including Ian MacKaye, Keith Morris and members of AGNOSTIC FRONT, BAD BRAINS and CRO-MAGS to give the book a rare "then-and-now" perspective. This is merely a look back at hardcore's salad days, but a unique look at how punk's music and message shook the mainstream itself.

BOOK 30.00€*

 

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