Cover by Todd Taylor, with apologies to The Ink Spots
Cover photo by BullyRook (http://www.flickr.com/photos/donperryphotographer/
)Eddy Current Suppression Ring:
Interview by Todd Taylor. They sound like they’re a professional wrestling move, but they’re actually a pretty rad punk/garage rock band from
Australia. By that we mean “the best of both worlds.” (http://www.ecsr.com.au/
Interview by Dave Brainwreck and Brian Damage. If you could take a band from the first wave of ‘70s punk, have them fit into today’s modern DIY scene, and they managed to get into even deeper shit, they’d probably sound like these guys. (http://www.myspace.com/ringersband
Interview by Kevin Dunn.
Scotland’s premier socio/political punk band, who aren’t humorless jerks. Before there was Craig Fergesun, there were these guys. (http://www.myspace.com/ringersband
Interview by Ryan Leach. He’s been in tons of bands, like Wall Of Voodoo, The Skulls, and The Weirdos. The latest in our series of interviews/profiles of punk lifers. (http://www.myspace.com/wallofvoodoo
reflects on the life of Howard Zinn.
has a rough commute.Amy Adoyzie
leads a pretty fulfilling life.
has Ms. Pac Man fever.Ben Snakepit
loves his dogs.
is dü-ing it in 2010.Art Fuentes
will hopefully cheer up soon.
The Rhythm Chicken
is resting in his pen.
loves him some AC/DC.
doesn’t need to go to church. He tips.Dave Williams
was a teenage zinester.
loves dudes who talk to their chairs.Maddy Tight Pants
remembers Jay Reatard.
And as always, more reviews than you’ll even know what to do with.
This issue is dedicated to the memories of Howard Zinn, Jay Reatard, and Olga Ruskin.