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Toe To Toe frontman Scott Mac: “People want a bit more substance again…”

Scott Mac from Australian hardcore band, Toe To Toe, was the second person I ever interviewed for my first zine over 20 years ago. His band was the first Aussie hardcore band I had ever […]

Jun, 06

Sick Of It All’s Lou Koller: “When we see young bands doing the best they can, it inspires us…”

When I think of hardcore one of the first bands that springs to mind is New York City’s Sick Of It All, it’s been 30 years and they’re still going strong! They’re intense live, have […]

Jan, 19

NY Record Producer Don Fury: “I still have an ethic that reminds me of the streets of New York, back in the day…We will always make true records with lots of heart and energy.”

Don Fury is someone that deserves to be celebrated! He has played an incredibly important role in helping shape hardcore punk music through his work as a record producer over the last 20+ years. As […]

Sep, 21

Art Party: Sick Of It All self-portrait by Armand Majidi

When I started interviewing bands for my zines I often got them to draw a self-portrait of their band or themselves. The results were always pretty darn cool! This is the first in a series […]

Apr, 03

The Friendship Manifesto

Photo by Juliana Coutinho “Your life will not go unnoticed, because I will notice it.” ~Susan Sarandon When I was little girl my parents always told me ‘Don’t trust anyone or don’t put expectations on […]

Jan, 24

My Humps, My Humps, My Humps

Photo by Future Shape Hola friends! Happy mid-week! If from reading the title you think this is a post about my lady lumps sorry to disappoint… however If you just groaned at reading ‘happy mid-week’ […]

Jan, 20

D.I.Y, I Think I Can!

Photo by Martin Kingsley “The hardcore scene wasn’t just passive consumers—it was kids putting on shows, making zines, creating music and artwork. They were figuring out how to make things work either with their parent’s […]

Jan, 12


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