Jonas (Cheer the Eff Up) brings us robot prayers, letters, road stories, punk shows, video store stories, A Zinester's Guide to Stupidity, and much more. All the while trying to figure out how to make sense of all the heartbreak and oppression in the world.
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The best zine I've read this year. Vignettes about slowly figuring out life alongside boys: First zine, first tattoo, first out-of-town show, first basement punk show, carrying a teething baby in Helsinki, hopping in a tour van, and what it feels like to be a joyous rusted relic on the dance floor.
The last quarter of the zine is a series of vignettes in tribute to a friend who passed away...[ continued ]
One large newsprint sheet of sheer madness. It's always a pleasure.
Alex Simon interviews Ellie from Good Throb, interview with Mark Winter (Coneheads, CCTV), a poem by Shannon of Hysterics, Mateo from Dawn of Humans writes about his favorite Europe tour records, and DX writes about that NYC feeling. Art by Cecilia Caldierra and Sam Ryser.
In this issue of everyone's favorite punk fanzine, the one-and-only Aaron Cometbus writes about his collection of hardcore business cards. Plus: Comics by Beau Richie, the favorite records of Emmy from Cretins of Distortion zine, the tattoos of Jeff Caffey from Gag, an interview with Mommy, and a pull-out poster by Sonya Cometees.[ continued ]
Back issues of newsprint punk paper madness. These eight issues cover every Nuts! publication since relocating from Olympia to Brooklyn. Buy them as a pack here and save a few bucks, or use the links below to purchase individual issues.
Nuts! #11 ($4.00)
Nuts! #12 ($4...[ continued ]
Back issues of everybody's favorite punk paper. These seven in-print issues cover "the Olympia years," before relocating to Brooklyn. Buy them as a pack here and save a few bucks, or use the links below to purchase individual issues.
Nuts! #1 ($1.50)
Nuts! #2 ($1...[ continued ]
Shotgun Seamstress #8 covers so much territory. Thoughts on imperfect heroes and the way that slogans can't sum up systematic oppression. Broadside-esque pages on punk activism, Alli Lowe of The Atomic Tanlines, and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Interviews with Afrofuturist Wizard Apprentice, Marc Edwards of Cellular Chaos, horror movie actress Geretta Geretta, and Monika Estrella Negra on Chicago's black and brown punk shows...[ continued ]