- Music Reviews
- July 29, 2021
9th and Walnut (Epitaph). Review by Scott Adams.
Anecdotes and high level analysis of the DIY punk culture reveal what we’ve known all along: Punks just wanna have fun. But a good fight is OK as well.
Raleigh Briggs, our DIY best friend, returns with practical instruction for maintaining clothes, food, and home with neither fuss nor muss.
Joe Biel‘s latest is a documentary on the modern-day DIY punk scene fostered by Plan-it X Records.
Raleigh Briggs is not interested in the trendy side of DIY. Get down and dirty with her sweet collection of zines designed to inspire conscious living.
Portland, ho! Matthew Moyer finds the Zinester’s Guide to be a heartfelt, if somewhat flawed, love letter to stick in your jacket pocket the next time you visit “the city that works.”
Scott Adams is charmed by the simple pleasures of the punk rock life, as chronicled in this new collection of Ben Snakepit’s comic-strip diary.
A zine about touring about zines? It’s not a logic paradox, it’s the new piece of mimeographed wonder from Microcosm Press’ Joe Biel. Sheila Scoville gets in the van.
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A great, valuable alternative to major media. But enough about Ink 19, let’s talk about the ‘zine community. Jason Feifer says it’s stronger when the ‘zines are better — and this DIY resource is the book to do that.