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Maximum Rocknroll *384 May 2015

Maximum Rocknroll *384 May 2015

Olympia's G.L.O.S.S., Bay Area powerhouse VIOLENCE CREEPS, Spain’s TRANCE, SMZB from China, FAT CREEPS, Chicago’s Black and Brown Punk Shows, the Is This Venue Accessible? website, San Diego punk doc It’s Gonna Blow, and Finland’s VIVISEKTIO. 

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It’s time for Maximum Rocknroll #384, the May 2015 issue!Despite what we told you in our April issue, fools, we’re not abandoning the interview form… Cover stars G.L.O.S.S. took no prisoners on their recent West Coast tour and MRR sat down with them before their San Jose show for their first print interview—absolutely not to be missed! We also have conversations with Bay Area live powerhouse VIOLENCE CREEPS, Spain’s TRANCE, and Wu Wei, the frontman of one of China’s oldest punk bands, SMZB. Ian Svenonius interviewed FAT CREEPS in advance of their upcoming European tour, and Osa Atoe of Shotgun Seamstress talked to Monica Estrella Negra about Chicago’s Black and Brown Punk Shows. Sean Gray and Neve Bianco discussed Sean’s amazing new project, Is This Venue Accessible?, a crowdsourced website gathering information about accessibility of venues and DIY punk spaces worldwide, and more broadly, the experience of being disabled punks. Plus an interview with the director of the San Diego punk doc It’s Gonna Blowa conversation with Finland’s VIVISEKTIO about their decades-long involvement in hardcore—based 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, they might be one of the northernmost bands ever interviewed in Maximum!—and, of course, all the columns and reviews you’ve come to expect.

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