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No Idea Records

#5, $8, 5 ½ x 8 ½, xeroxed, color cover, 88 pgs.

By sean
Tuesday, March 23 2010

It’s funny to read an Australian zine that covers so much music from the US. This issue of 15th Precinct alone has email interviews with Americans F-Minus, Anti-Flag, US Bombs, Devotchkas, and Ian Mackaye. The interviews are about as good as an email interview can be, and I certainly can’t blame them for not interviewing any of these musicians in person. But what I liked best about this zine was the coverage of Australian music. I liked this mostly because I didn’t know anything about it, and 15th Precinct did a good job of interviewing bands, reviewing shows, and writing about scenes from all over Australia. It made me excited about Australian punk rock. It made me wish that I could go there. And, knowing I can’t afford to actually go there, reading 15th Precinct made me wish that postage to and from Australia wasn’t so expensive so that I could purchase some of these zines and some of this music. Luckily, this issue came with a sampler of Down Under punk. Good stuff. –Sean Carswell (15th Precinct, PO Box 1390, Capalaba, Qld 4157, Australia)

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