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ディルアングレイ - Dir en grey : Diru an gurei : Deeru an guu-ray-ee (When said correctly in Japanese it pretty much just sounds like you're stretching out the English pronunciation of Dir en grey. Note: if in English you pronounce DER en grey, that is wrong, it is pronounced closed to DEER en grey, which is how "Diru" in Japanese is just sounding like a…Continue
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Added by simfonisix on August 16, 2012 at 11:03am — No Comments
On the second of August is Auckland Zinefest. This year will be a bit different to others because it's on a Thursday evening and will wrap up in about three hours, usually they are on Saturday and run for the entire day.
Every time I attend a zine fest I try to have a new magazine to giveaway and I do this by having my deadline just before Zinefest day. This year I am wanting to do something a bit different and have decided to put out a mix CD with zine booklet.
I am really…Continue
Added by Greta Gotlieb on July 1, 2012 at 3:27pm — No Comments
The edge of no escape is a photo zine.
Found photos of punk-rock bands and youngsters during the period of 1980-1982 in Bordeaux, France.
A testimony of the music scene and lifestyle of the early 80's.
Unknown photographer. By Boxcutter books.
20 pages, Paper 120gsm + soft cover: Coated Mat Paper 170g, Black & White Laser print, stapled, format A5 (15x21cm).
Added by Ox Zerox on January 19, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments