A magazine from Switzerland, in German, with SIAM, Modern Art, Paramount, Matt Johnson, Dull Schicksal, Mimi 89, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, GRRR label, Vox Populi. So about music and film. This comes with the mp3 of the cassette compilation that is part of it, which has music by Un Drame Musical Instantane, Birge.Gorge, Pied De Poule, Helene Sage, Terry Burrows and Yukio Yung. The flexi disc, as announced on the front is not part of this download. One page is damaged (flue from the flexi disc)
An one-off magazine (I think), published by Cheeses International, with a piece on Maeror Tri, various bits by Steve Fricker, a conceptual composition by Frans de Waard, a piece by Schimpfluch, Smell & Quim, Peter Harrison, and letters.
The final issue from this Dutch fanzine, and one I like very much. It has pieces on Pseudo Code, Rotterdam city report (Simple tapes, Niew Hip Stilen), Nexda and Het Laatste (which later evolved into Alien
I believe this is the final issue by this magazine. Here the theme is minimalism. Printed on thin newspaper. Interviews with PBK, John Hudak, Remko Scha. An article on anti-records, two scores for pieces and lots of reviews. Included where two plastics bags (with the first 500 copies) containing an anti-record. Those are not enclosed.
The first issue, and as far as I can see, the only one I have from this UK magazine. Interviews and articles on/by Beequeen, Nick Zedd, Richard Baylor, Zoviet France and Master/Slave Relationship, plus reviews. From 1992.
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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