Issues of ND always seem to get positive comments so here's another. Issue 5 includes an interviews with performance artist Andre Stitt, filmaker Kurt Kren, a Severed Heads profile, mail art news, reviews, contacts and assorted other information. I also included the Andre Stitt booklet that was inserted in the mag. If the interview interests you then you'll defintely get into the booklet too. Published October 1985
This second issue has interviews with Soviet France, Asmus Tietchens, Direction Muisc, Irre Tapes and Factor X plus tons of reviews, information on labels and publications. A great source. Published winter 1991.
The second issue I have of this magazine published by Graf Haufen, issue 10 (although not mentioned on the cover, but on the inside). A whole bunch of reviews, again all in German, but you can dig out titles and band names. In the editorial various extras are mentioned, but I didn't scan those (publicity sheets for labels)
I know this is over at Shock Corridor, but the download link seems to be gone. So I rescanned it from the copy I have. I don't think there is a link with Hunting Lodge, but its published by one Kathee. Visual submissions on the theme of Erotik Art by Sleep Chamber, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Slave State, K. Tinsely, Deviation Social, Trinity Of The Thee X, Coup de Grace, Lebensborn, Alain Neffe and Eden 67. This was released in an edition of 69 copies, each 'numbered' with a word, 'flesh' in my case.
Another issue from this magazine from Texas. Lots on mail-art, plus pieces by/from Graf Haufen, Lon Spiegelman, CCAG, A/a, Selektion, Nicolas Collins, reviews and information. Highly informatie. No date, but I think this is from 1986.
I thought I posted all issues of The Feverish, but then I found this fifth issue. Pieces by Coup de Grace, Sigillum S, V2 (manifest for unstable media), The Haters, Death In June, Zero Kama, Club Moral about their tour in Australia, Mortification Of The Flesh, S Core and as usual separate papers with reviews. Now I am pretty sure this was the last one. No date anywhere, but I think around early 1987.
A friend of mine gave me a whole bunch of magazines, for which I thank him a lot. All of them are big! This one took me two hours to scan, and its one of the smaller. Not all of these magazines are music related, but also art, so I must see which ones I do. But this one is about music: electronic, avant-garde, experimental, hardbeat and industrial and has pieces/interviews on/with Robert Anton Wilson, Controlled Bleeding, Nocturnal Emissions, Insane Music, The use and abuse of fascist imagery in industrial music, 'over 100 reviews and more! From Front 242 to Philip Glass' and lots of magazine reviews. Published by Brian Duguid. This is from summer 1991.
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