FEATURING : GEE TEE / LOOSE FIT / FUTURE SUCK / PARTY DOZEN / DANCINGWATER / KITCHEN’S FLOOR / JAI K MORRIS-SMITH (EXEK) / C.O.F.F.I.N TOUR DIARY
Gee Tee have a new hook-stacked record of lo-fi garage punk rock n roll coming out, and we’ve got the scoop from the enigmatic, Kel Mason.
Future Suck vocalist Grace Gibson tells us about their powerful and transformative new hardcore punk album, Simulation.
Party Dozen, the duo with magnetic creative artistry, Kirsty Tickle & Jono Boulet give us insight into their electrifying and apocalyptic sounding latest album, The Real Work.
Neo-soul-punk DancingWater yarns about Blak joy, feminism, racism in punk, healing through creating, and a desire to see “more Aboriginal people fronting punk bands”.
We explore Loose Fit’s deliciously exciting catchy yet jagged release Social Graces (one of our favourite albums this year) with creative powerhouses, Kaylene Milner & Anna Langdon. This band is pretty special.
Matt Kennedy of Kitchen’s Floor assures us he’s an optimist as we explore their upcoming record None Of That, a balance of witty levity and brutal tension.
Jai K Morris-Smith from Exek & Grossman/Morris-Smith shares his eccentric, experimental selections of some of the coolest music you haven’t heard, but should.
C.O.F.F.I.N’s Ben Portnoy gives us a raw, witty, bona fide rundown of 38 days on tour across the US as they support Amyl & the Sniffers.
[ This is a pre-order. Zines will be posted in next couple weeks ]
60 pages. A4 size.
Gee Tee photos by Oisin Dermody.