Submitted by 433rpm:
This I found in a Whitehouse LP years and years ago, I think it was 'New Britain', but I am not sure anymore. Very very small booklet, maybe its incomplete. One page of reviews, one page of letters, advertisements. mmmm.
Submitted by 433rpm:
The combined issue of two magazines. ADN was connected to the Italian mailorder of the same name. I think Skeletal Work is the more prog rock side of things. This includes C. Burk, L. Cooper, Present, Vagina Dentata organ, Vivenza, Fred Frith, David Moss and reviews. All in English
This is the only issue I've got of this little digest sized zine published in California, though I learned from a Google search that there were 3 altogether. Includes interviews with Sue Ann Harkey/Audio Letter, Aeon Import Records, Alvin Lucier, John Trubee, Mr Epp & the Calculations, aParty Sound Tapes profile (they're the ones publishing the mag), lots of reviews and contact info. Published in February 1983.
A small experiment then, following the SIAM newsletter which was entirely in German, here is a magazine entirely in Dutch. One of my favorite fanzines, from Den Haag, Boh stands for Binnenlandse Ontwikkelings Hulp and has interviews with Wally from the Minny Pops, Plurex news, Raket (home of the Rondos) and an article on Centrumpartij, the first openly racist party in The Netherlands. In the centre of the magazine there is a Minny Pops poster, hence two seemingly blank pages. Not really the best of print quality. Published in 1981.
Maybe it was an 80s thing, or perhaps they were all inspired by Throbbing Gristle, but an 'Annual Report' is a popular thing. I posted one from Coup de Grace before, and here is the 1984 Bourbonese Qualk book. It has interviews, reviews, news and photos from the band and their label, Recloose Organisation. I hear there are plans to write a book on them, which is good news. In case you never heard them (then what are you doing here? :) ) one can download their entire musical here and its indeed very complete.
This is the little brother of No Longer Forgotten Music and its aim is to post scans of fanzines out of the musical underground. These posts will be very irregular. The languages will be (probably) English, German and Dutch - languages I can read. Translations will not be provided, so please don't ask.
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