Riot 77 #19
Latest issue from the impressive looking slick
punk fanzine from Eire. Jam packed as always
with reviews, interviews about everything punk,
street punk and Oi! plus a few other genres not
strictly associoated with punk. This issue
features
Famin Groovies, Ruts DC, Richie
Ramone, Walter Lure, Johnny Moped
and
so much more in this A4 52 page read. Only 3
Euro's for the pleasure. Contact...
riot77magazine@hotmail.com
Po Box address: Riot 77 Magazine: PO Box
11342, Dublin 2, Ireland
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MORE NOIZE #9
Chaotic, messy, cut 'n' paste till I die fest here
in this A4 punk fanzine outta darkest London.
This brand new issue features some old cunt
from
Stench, some wrist action from the
Wankys
, some crudity from Fuk and some
cider guzzling from
Disorder. Theres an article
on
It Bites and some geezer called Phil does
the reviews. If the modern punk noize is your
thing with an international twist and the
occasional look back in anger, then maybe you
should give it a try. Limited back issues still
available
email Tony at
slobodanburgher@gmail.com  
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VIVE LE ROCK! #22
Winter 2014 features a look back at the dark
lord
Lou Reed who features on the cover of
this exciting mainstream publication that keeps
on giving us the goods PUNK WISE. This issue
features
FEAR/ JAMES WILLIAMSON/
BROKEN BONES/ SIOUXSIE AND THE
BANSHEES
plus a load more non punk related
acts. Comes with a FREE CD of dubious punk
related tracks which for a fiver cover price
certainly justifiesn the price.
For more info go here....
VIVE LE ROCK
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4 MINUTE WARNING #13
- Spring 2014) 50 A4 pages
Blackpools 80's fixated fanzine returns from the
dead boasting some great interviews, gig and
album reviews featuring:
Amebix, Killing
Joke, The Stranglers,
Peter Hook & The
Light,
GBH, The Adicts, Infa-Riot, The
Members, Abrasive Wheels, Zoundz,
Section 25, The Destructors
and External
Menace.
Plus! A book review of Rat Scabies
and the Holy Grail.
It's yours for ...
£3 from: M. Elsden, 4.M.W. Zine, 31 Fir Grove,
Marton, Blackpool, Lancs FY1 6PJ.
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POSITIVE CREED #31
Long running UK DIY punk fanzine from Exeter
presented in good old fashioned photostatic
glory. This issue features interviews with
Dirt
Box Disco, Ferocious Dog, Chelsea,
Exeter Boarding House,
Motorhead Album
retrospective, Rebellion festival review, Music
and Zine reviews, Rants and bad jokes in this
neatly laid out 24 page A4 read.
For a copy you can email Rob at
positivecreed@gmail.com
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MAXIMUMROCKNROLL #401
This special edition is the ART ISSUE—how
much can you take? We’ve got an interview
with Olivia Gibb, who was our very first MRR
artist-in-residence to design this issue’s cover,
and Tokyo photographer Chiro Yoshikawa and
Los Angeles artist/designer Sonya Sombreuil
(of Come Tees renown) , Toronto’s Lia Lepre
and Sebbe Melbourne. Plus: interviews with
Los Angeles-based artist Jess Scott, New
Orleanian comics artist Ben Passmore, and
Indiana’s Alex Micallef; Osa Atoe and video
artist Perry Holstein; and a feature on the “This
Record Changed My Life” exhibition at
Copenhagen’s K-Town Hardcore Fest. Other
artists represented in this issue include Sarah
Sequoia, Ashley Hohman, Apolo Cacho, Sam
Wallman, Shitboy Face, Trevor 32, Mónica Di
Francesco, Luke Kislak, Aaron Demuth, Cecilia
Calidera, Joseph Heuermann, Keith Caves,
Josh Feigert, and Rael Brian Rau. a photo
spread from Casa Club Ramones museum,
columnists, and more reviews.
$4.99 USA - $11 REST OF THE WORLD
MAXIMUMROCKNROLL
PO BOX 4670760
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94146-0760
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Defiant Pose #7
A defiant return of London punk fanzine
Defiant Pose
is always welcome. Mike the
editor and long time guitarist in
Decadent
Few
has been busy yet again compiling and
updating 2 blinding issues in two formats A4
(44 pages) and A5 (80 pages) respectively.
The A4 edition features UK fanzines 1976-84,
from early Punk through to
Better Badges,
Crass
and post-punk/hardcore. Covers
London, Manchester, Sheffield, Ireland and
Scotland,
Crass, Ripped & Torn and anarcho
punk. Interviews, graphics and some reprints.
100 printed, same text as the A5 version but
different layout and graphics
(i.e. larger print for older eyes).
Both shining a deep beam of light on the UK
fanzine scene history from the best in
subterranean UK Punk publishing. I been lucky
enough to have a sneak preview and if you
enjoy punk fanzine culture you'll be literally
glued to these for a very long time.
A4 = £3.50
A5 = £3.00
Postpaid UK.
Go here for more info and other product
www.inflammablematerial.bigcartel.com/
Or contact Mike directly at...
mikeinflammable@gmail.com
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ARTCORE #36
Latest edition from the arty slick Welsh
Artcore zine featuring Upright Citizens
'Facts And Views' 7" EP on red vinyl w/ 12
page 7" booklet featuring UC's 1985 U.S.
Tour Report and download code.
The actual zine features 36 pages of
Green
Beret / Crown Court / Hot Mass / Jaded
Eyes / Shot! / Flicts / Natterers / Vaultage:
Upright Citizens  / Dag Nasty /
Descendents / Vicious Circle / Shattered
Faith / Anti-System / The Art of Chris
Shary
/ plus over 100 Reviews.
£6.50
ARTCORE
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Bald Cactus #31
The spiky Bald Cactus zine keeps rolling on.
And in 2016 the bands maybe not quite so
interesting or fiery these days, but the
everyday observations on life in the punk
bubble and beyond generally do excel in the
reading entertainment. This issue we got
interviews with
HDQ, Cringer, Jaded Eyes,
Epic Problem,
and those old brummies
Police Bastard. Plus all the usual reviews
and columns on all the things that makes up
Andy's punk rock universe!
For a copy email Andy at...
baldcactus@gmail.com
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FAILSAFE #12
Another issue of Nottingham's now well
established early 80's focused punk fanzine
hits the stands featuring part one of a
massive
The Fits (see cover) interview with
Mick Crudge,
Anti Establishment from
London and
Don't No from Huntingham
Beach. We also get 12 pages of gig reviews
plus pics and record reviews from the
predominantly reformed 80's stable of punk
bands. As Failsafe's footnotes proudly
proclaims "no new bands
guaranteed!"
to obtain your copy write to...
failsafezine@yahoo.com.
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One Way Ticket To
Cubesville #20
Hot of the press this surprisingly regular neat
new edition continues to entertain in its
"Anarcho-absurdist fanzine gracing the
bathrooms of global punks since 1987". This
issue is a '1234' punk intro inspired edition
featuring
TV Smith, 2 Sick Monkeys,
Revenge of the Psychrotronic Man &
Petrol Girls
. Also Culture Shock Action
Figures! Articles on punk biographies, Kurt
Cobain's stripey jumper, little-known Spanish
Civil War facts, etc, etc, and bags of reviews.  
In this 40 page expose.
Yours for £1-86 (UK), £2-75 (Europe) £3-48
(worldwide)
One Way Ticket To Cubesville
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Suspect Device #57
Long running Southampton UK Zine by Tony &
Gaz Suspect with a neat web presence, but still
knocking these out in print or is it photostatic
versions? Mainly concerned with the hardcore
(American version) similar to Artcore but less
slick and poppy. This issue features
Torso,
The #1s, Permanent Ruin, Hated Bastards

and other equally disposed hardcore punk
outfits. Issue #58 which is a split is already out
now!
For more info check out the website which has
a varied amount of info including columns
reviews and podcasts and lots of back issues
to delve into.
SUSPECT DEVICE
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FEAR & LOATHING #74
The latest Fear & Loathing (real, printed
version, not this illusionary internet stuff) is now
available!
(a massive, throbbing 58 pages)!
FNL#7
4 includes interviews with
JOHNNY MOPED , HOLLYWOOD BRATS,
PENETRATION , THE LARKS , PENETRATION
and THE VIBRATORS.
Copies cost £3.00 plus postage (send an email
for full cost) or otherwise you can buy them at
either Rough Trade (the proper shop in Notting
Hill) or All Ages in Camden.
andyfnl@talktalk.net
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