Describe your zine style. What can we expect to find at your table?
We derive from heavy DIY influences. This being said, we enjoy the local DIY music scene to a great extent. We write about reviews of shows and albums, describe events that my band(tough stuff) encounters, and whatever else comes to mind. We have local illustrators and comic strips that bring some variety to our collection. Check it out if you come across it!
Where do you work on your zines?
We work in the alley ways. We stretch as far as working in the sweat and tears of dedicated musicians. Then we print our zine at the closest DIY venue. Not really, we actually work on our computers and my mom prints it out for free. I still think it’s DIY…
What are your three favorite small-press/DIY publications?
KYEO Speaks zine/distro, Everyday is Saturday and The Stowaway.
What advice would you give to a first-time zinester or to an aspiring zinemaker?
Well…. we are first time zinesters. But anyone can do it. As long as you have time and effort and hopes and aspirations of spreading printed material. One just needs $10.00 and a pocket full of dreams.
What’s the best thing that ever happened to you because of zines?
We find enjoyment with our zine because we have a creative outlet for our thoughts. We also enjoy making friends. And we cannot wait for the LA Zine Fest.
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