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ARTCORE 26

ARTCORE 26

Artcore 26 the latest of the long running UK punk zine that specialises in Punk art and now has CD's included with each issue. This issue includes an interview with John Yates.

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ARTCORE FANZINE WITH CD IN FOLDOUT SLEEVE

THE ENHANCED CD FEATURES:

The HOUSE OF COMMONS ‘Guilty As Hell’ CD is a fourteen song full length enhanced CD comprising this 80’s Vancouver punk band’s 7 song 1983 ‘Patriot’ mini-LP, as well as their 5 song 1985 eponymous demo, and 2 other demo songs, all remastered. Put the CD into your PC or Mac and you also get a 20 minute Mpeg documentary style video which features, two videos, seven live songs and two TV news edits. This digitally crammed CD comes in an oversized 6 panel foldout poster sleeve containing lyrics, graphics, photos and the complete history of the band, all in a high quality PVC sleeve. House of Commons took the classic Vancouver guitar sound, as pioneered by bands like the Subhumans, threw in some Youth Brigade, Toxic Reasons and the darker edge of bands like Born Without a Face to create their own unique hardcore sound. 

ARTCORE FEATURES INTERVIEWS WITH:
SHOT BAKER – Current purveyors of the classic Chicago punk sound.
CAPITAL – Long Island, NY’s melodic and passionate hardcore outfit.
SHITTY LIMITS – Beware the Limits, beware the Misfits, beware the hype?
HARBOUR – Cardiff’s newest emotional melodic hardcore band.
WARPRAYER – Bristol’s doom-laden crust exponents get down’n’ dirty.
CUT UPS – Exeter’s catchy punk singalong band tells all.
CHRIS WALTER – The Vancouver punk author reveals the hidden truth.

VAULTAGE HAS INDEPTH BIOGRAPHIES WITH:
ANGRY SAMOANS – Legendary L.A. punks who shocked and offended.
HOUSE OF COMMONS – Vancouver’s guilty as hell admit the charges.
THE CRAMPS – Seminal primitive garage rockers honoured.
N.O.T.A. - Tulsa, Oklahoma’s 80’s hardcore unit take away your rights.
FLEX! - Burkhard Jaerisch’s phone book sized hardcore discography.
EIGHTH ROUTE ARMY – Enigmatic Massachusetts 80’s punk troupe.
JOHN YATES – Ex-pat now influential S.F. graphic designer interviewed.


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
‘The Daily Terrorgraph’ tells it like it is, or possibly isn’t.
‘Welcome to Booze Country’ hosts some unearthed live shots.
‘Off the Beaten Tracks’ shines light on some ancient wax slabs.
As well some of the usual rantin’ ‘n’ ’ravin’ ‘n’ reviewin’.
All crammed into 36 oversized SRA4 pages. Established in January 1986, Artcore is one of the last remaining 80’s punk fanzines.


ARTCORE IS NOT A "WEB-ZINE" AND NEVER WILL BE. IT IS SELF-PUBLISHED D.I.Y. FANZINE.
"WEB-ZINES" DO NOT EXIST AS SUCH. THEY ARE WEBSITES WITH A SIMILAR, BUT ELECTRONIC, CONTENT.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO READ ARTCORE, YOU WILL HAVE TO HOLD IT IN YOUR HANDS, AS IT'S CONTENT IS NOT 'ON-LINE'.
ARTCORE PROMOTES PUNK ROCK AND HARDCORE MUSIC, EVEN THOUGH THOSE TERMS SHOULD NEVER BE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE.
FOR NOW, THE FANZINE IS A DIEING ARTFORM, BUT ARTCORE DOES NOT INTEND TO CONFORM TO THIS, OR ANY OTHER, TREND.