Graf Haufen is perhaps best known for his Falx Cerebri (one-man) band, but also from his label Graf Haufen Tapes. Less known perhaps is that he also published a fanzine, Die Katastrophe, of which I am presenting today number 9 - I don't have any of the older ones. Basically its a fanzine of reviews, mostly from the world of cassettes. You may not want to download this, since its all in German, but I advise to do a download and look at all the names of obscurities in there. Some of them were posted on No Longer Forgotten Music, but as this magazine will proof, there is lots more forgotten (and to be honest I don't have them either), so you can have an idea what to look for.
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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Like with No Longer Forgotten Music, I have decided to sell some of the fanzines on this blog. Make me a serious (!) offer for any item you see, in euros, excluding postage and I will consider it. A lot of people ask me for prices, please don't. I have no prices, no list. You ask what you want and offer what you think is fair. DON'T ASK FOR A PRICE LIST. Please send to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>