(intro by 433 rpm, submitted by Spaceman33):
Due to my posting on No Longer Forgotten Music, some people tend to think I know everything, which is hardly true. Sometimes people mail me a snippet of a song, thinking I might know it. Maybe it would be good to have an open end blog for music questions - but hell, I am not going to do that. But sometimes I get nice e-mails too - the majority of course - and one was from Spaceman33 of Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio who is writing a book on the cassette underground and for his research he has access to many magazines and fanzines, which he promised to scan for us. Here is the first. He writes:
Unsound was a mag published in San Francisco by William Davenport, who was also in the band Problemist. I've got 6 issues, and, I believe, there were about 8, published between 1983-86. This is the first issue from September 1983 and features an interview with Perry Webb of Culturcide, an overview of the Los Angeles experimental electronic scene by Brad Laner, and much more. One of the earlier US based publications with any longevity that covered the industrial/noise/punk/experimental underground.
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