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Alison Bechdel

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

 
Alison Bechdel started publishing her serialised comic Dykes to Watch Out For in 1983. During the ’80s it solidified into a coherent, engaging serial. Over the years the strip has distilled American popular culture through the prism of a gay female artist to critical acclaim and no little success considering most alternative serials in the [...]

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Occupied London

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by anon · marked as: Interviews

Interview with a member of the collective responsible for creating the radical journal “Notes of Resistance from Occupied London”.

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SSS

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by greg · marked as: Interviews

Delivering a short sharp shock to the brain…..

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Failsafe

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Conspiracy Tom · marked as: Interviews

Failsafe are probably one of the most successful bands from Preston in recent years, as well as being one of the only punk bands from that area. During October 2006 they have been touring with Random Hand, Sonic Boom Six and Crazy Arm as part of the Three Way Dance tour. This interview was conducted after their date in Satan’s Hollow, Manchester, with their bass guitarist Andy and singer Jim.

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Strike Anywhere

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Strike Anywhere take their name from their vocalist Thomas’ former band Inquisition. Thomas Barnett, along with the rest of the band Matt Smith, Matt Sherwood, Garth Petrie, Eric Kane have since 1999 being creating awesome melodic hardcore with clear roots to the Richmond, Virginia scene which they formed out of. Their logo, the international anti-fascist symbol, sums up their message as well as any other: solidarity, resistance and equality.

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Seein’ Red

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by pavel · marked as: Interviews

Seein’ Red, from Holland, formed back in the ’80s out of the ashes of Lärm, who along with Heresy could arguably be said to be one of the most important European hardcore bands of the ’80s.

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Propagandhi

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

I caught up with Jord Samolesky, the band’s drummer and co-founder, at their Tunbridge Wells show, in Kent, on their recent tour of the UK. We chatted about how time flies, what the individual members had been up to whilst the band had been preparing the new album, Haiti solidarity work Jord has been doing and various issues of Canadian popular culture.

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Peter Kuper

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Peter Kuper is a political illustrator who in 1980, with Seth Tobocman, established World War 3 Illustrated, a comics anthology.

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Mark Pilkington

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by natalie · marked as: Interviews

If something slightly weird was happening in the 1990s then Mark Pilkington was probably there. Amongst a small handful of other assorted eccentrics Mark was involved in the Crop Circle making scene which fascinated our British press and still continues to do so with awe inspiring patterns and a tight sense of secrecy as to [...]

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Defiance, Ohio

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by kathleen · marked as: Interviews

I interviewed most of the band with a shit tape recorder after their gig at the Klondyke Bowls Club in Manchester, which was the last date of their tour. Their set that night was brilliant; the sheer depth of the sound of six people playing can’t fail to be impressive and every song made me want to dance.

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