In January I'll be launching Thunderzine, which will attempt to tell the story, through essays and odd ephemera, of seventeen years of songwriting and low-fi home recording under the name Thunderegg. (I still use a four-track cassette recorder; viva 1995.) Each issue will mark the re-release of one of the many Thunderegg albums: downloadable, remastered, with bonus tracks. I am new to zines and glad to be here.
Thunderegg website is here
. But in time, Thunderzine will essentially render it redundant.