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#7, $2 plus shipping, 8 ½” x 11”, cold web press, 88 pgs.

By kurt
Friday, April 02 2010

Canadians sure are great folks. I don’t think I’ve ever met a Canadian I didn’t like. The folks behind At Both Ends continue the trend. This zine isn’t just geared towards the Canadian punk/hardcore scene, it covers all sorts of stuff. There’s a great interview with Shellac (with whom I hardly ever see interviewed and whose interview is interspersed with all kinds of ridiculous facts on Canada), a nice photo diary of Bane’s Canadian tour, reviews in the middle of the zine (a novel idea), columns, interviews with bands I’d never heard of, lots of ads, an interview with Paint It Black, recipes, and a run down memory lane about some punk rock house in Bellingham, Washington. I feel kind of on the fence with this zine since I thought there was a lot of filler, but at the same time, the interviews I did read were pretty interesting. Nonetheless, I think I’d be open to reading another issue if it came my way. –Kurt Morris (At Both Ends, #207-555 E. 6th Ave., Vancouver, BCCanada, V5T 1K9)






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