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Subject: EVERYONE READ THIS PLEASE
Date: Sun, 8 Dec 1996 19:58:58 -0800
From: Ellen Turpin-Dennig (roxie@CRUZIO.COM)
Subject: Re: bowery electric - "beat"
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 09:27:47 +0000
From: Andrew Norman (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: his name is a house painter.
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 13:29:15 -0500
From: "[spiral]" (99lear@LAB.CC.WMICH.EDU)
Subject: Re: THE GUSGUSFUSS 'BELIEVE'
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 17:37:32 -0700
From: shar everett (sharlito@TELEPORT.COM)
Subject: HNIA and red house painters
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 17:54:03 -0800
From: Matt Greer (megreer@UCDAVIS.EDU)
Subject: New Throwing Muses single
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 21:04:51 -0800
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: A Sex Kitten Lifestyle
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 20:24:37 -0800
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: Primitive Painters
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 10:58:26 EST
From: Jason Cuadra (jasoncuadra@ASTEC-ASIA.COM)

Date: Sun, 8 Dec 1996 19:58:58 -0800
From: Ellen Turpin-Dennig (roxie@CRUZIO.COM)
Subject: EVERYONE READ THIS PLEASE


This isn't music stuff, but I thought someone might be interested...


>
>FORWARD THIS TO ALL ZINESTERS THAT YOU KNOW
>************
>My name is Victorie Crowder-Lenz. i am writing from a
>metropolitan city called Kansas City in the state of
>Missouri in the United States. I am a teacher at the
>University of Missouri and am currently teaching a class on
>the HIstory and growth of zine culture and alternative
>media. (I also publish a zine called Cynical Soul) The
>reason this is important to you is that I have been asked by
>the KC Coalition Against Censorship to produce a chunk of
>their annual anti-censorship even in April 1997. My focus
>will be zines and underground media. This brings me to the
>reason for my letter.
>I will kickoff the week of events with an art exhibit
>composed entirely of zines from all over the world (this
>means you). They will be organized by country, and I will
>include as many as space will allow. (I have access to a
>great museum so your stuff will be treated with care and
>presented well). I would like to have two issues of your
>zine--the very first issue you did, as well as the most
>recent issue. This will show the kind of evolution thta
>takes place over time in a zines' format, style, content
>and so on. I dont' have a budget for mailing so I can't
>return your zines, but I will send you the program and promo
>material from the show so you have hte information on where
>you're displayed, hwen, and the details of the event.
>Another key way that you can help is the an ad about our
>event in your next issue. This will help get the word out
>better than I could do alone.
>The even: ZINE-the story of a four letter word  will take
>place April 21 through april 26, 1997. deadline for
>submissions is april 1st so i have time to do a good job on
>displays.
>In addition to the exhibit, there will be an all day
>Sumposium on Underground Media (SAM) which will feature a
>panel of censored ziners (send your story if you have been
>the target of censorship), as well as seminars on the
>underground, how-to workshops, distribution ideas, adn an
>open marketplace for networking and sales.
>This is a nomster project, but with your help and
>contributions it will be a wake up call to all those who
>can't see the potantial of the marketplace o funderground
>ideas. It should also be a valuable resource to the lone
>ziners who need a place to network and exchange ideas freely
>without the watchful eyes of censors and though police.
>LONG LIVE THE UNDERGROUND, Victoria
>************************************
>PLEASE FORWARD AND SEND THIS TO AS MANY MAILING LISTS,
>EDITORS, PUBLICATIONS ADN PLACES THAT COULD DISTRIBUTE IT AS
>POSSIBLE. IF YOU COULD ALSO PRINT THIS OUT AND DISTRIBUTE
>COPIES THROUGHOUT YOUR AREA, WE WOULD APPRECIATE IT.
>thanks
>-Kniqole-
>HiTMaN Editor, Chief, Etc...
>
>.-
>
>

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    Ellen Turpin-Dennig         roxie@cruzio.com
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"I eat pieces of shit like you for breakfast!"                                  
     -"You eat
shit for breakfast?!"  --Happy Gilmore

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BLUE MEANIES ROCK!!!! But you already knew that...


Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 09:27:47 +0000
From: Andrew Norman (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: Re: bowery electric - "beat"

              5, 96 09:22:52 am

 Jens Alfke  wrote on Thu, 5 Dec 1996
 (Subject: Re: bowery electric - "beat")
 > Jason Marc Morehead wrote:
 >
 > > has anyone heard the new labradford?  what do you think?
 >
 > There were a couple of mentions on pure-impure, both very
 > positive.  As I recall Dez said it was the best they'd done yet,
 > and Andrew said it was very much in the style of their earlier
 > material and just as good.

 I'm pretty sure some of it *is* their earlier material - if "Lake
 Speed" doesn't use exactly the same tune as one of the tracks from "A
 Stable Reference" (second one, I think) I'll eat my hat.  Great album,
 though, even if they do indulge in autoplagiarism.


--
Andrew Norman, Leicester, England
nja@le.ac.uk


Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 13:29:15 -0500
From: "[spiral]" (99lear@LAB.CC.WMICH.EDU)
Subject: his name is a house painter.


so got to see the hnia type band and
the red house kids the other night.
here's a review for people on the run in the 90's.

hnia rocked. not in the "they were really great"
sense.. they just rocked out. it was pretty
cool but nothing really special. we didnt even get a
puppet show. but there was a big oven mitt and an
otter on stage so i think that made up for it.
i may have pictures if they turned out.

the red house martins were good. marks voice was really
powerful. he started with an accoustic version
of uncle joe. when the rest of the band popped on
phils (lead gui) amp started playing some detroit
station (amps and gui gear sometimes pick up radio stations)
and it was pretty loud so they stopped during the
first song. mark apologized and while phil was
trying to fix it they ripped out 2 ted nugent songs.
the mix of material was only from _rollercoaster_, _bridge_,
_ocean_, and nothing off _songs_, or _down_...
that was cool. mark was quite the funny guy. some
guy in the front asked them to play "rock you like a hurricane"
but they didnt know it so made it up. they also played
"white christmas" for warren. the sound was great and
i didnt really get to hear what the lead gui sounded like,
so if someone knows if hes good tell me. thanks.

                ---> [spiral]
                99lear@lab.cc.wmich.edu


Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 17:37:32 -0700
From: shar everett (sharlito@TELEPORT.COM)
Subject: Re: THE GUSGUSFUSS 'BELIEVE'


yes believe is a single and i saw somewhere mentioned on this list that it
is a remake of someone elses song (not sure exactly who....) ask around on
the list again for more info.

is it a cool video??


Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 17:54:03 -0800
From: Matt Greer (megreer@UCDAVIS.EDU)
Subject: HNIA and red house painters


        Hey everyone,  I had no idea that HNIA was on tour right now (i'm
quite in the dark about these things) can anyone tell me if they'll be
anywhere near florida in the next few weeks? I'd love to see them while on
my christmas break.


and about red house painters, from what ive gathered from other people's
posts, it appears RHP is touring with them....ive never heard them before,
what are they like? are they more of a noisy type 4ad band (like the pixies
and breeders) or more mellow?




Matt


Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 21:04:51 -0800
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: New Throwing Muses single


"Freeloader"

...Which will be out on the 21st of January in all the Ryko/TM
territories...

It's really nice, in a "flip pack" (like Huh, and Grooves Magazine,
y'know?), and with 3 beautful b-sides...1) "If", another Latin Playboys
cover...2) A good live version of "Take"... and 3) "Heel Toe", a pretty
little Muses-type lullaby song...

Very fancy...ask your local stores about it...

Best,
BillyO

(from
Throwing Music)

Jeff Keibel
Scarborough, ON
CANADA
redshift@interlog.com

Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 20:24:37 -0800
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: A Sex Kitten Lifestyle


I noticed that the December issue of Pulse, the free rag you get at
Tower Records, has a little write up on the "Music For Vampires"
compilation.  Which makes me wonder if some Tower stores in the states
are importing this item...

Has anyone heard "Bon Bon Lifestyle"??  It's the new album from The
Jospehine Wiggs Experience.  Released on the Beastie's Grand Royal label
but minus the Capitol push, I found myself really liking this album.
Apparently, Wiggs used to be in The Breeders who I believe are a 4AD
band that had a degree of success a couple years back.  Wiggs' new
version of "Head To Toe" from The Breeders EP of the same name is nicely
re-done.  Also on Grand Royal is Lucious Jackson, and I can't get their
"Naked Eye" song out of my head.  They played this song on Letterman a
few weeks back and blew me away.

Copies of SCHEER 4 CD are trickling through to import shops.  Try to get
it as it features two new and previously unreleased tracks.  Both "First
Contact" and "Sex Kitten" are worth searching out this cool promo for.
The neat v23 sleeve card is beautiful as well.

Has anyone heard about when those Detox EP's are available?  Or are they
out now and I just didn't notice??

Jeff Keibel
Scarborough, ON
CANADA
redshift@interlog.com

Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 10:58:26 EST
From: Jason Cuadra (jasoncuadra@ASTEC-ASIA.COM)
Subject: Primitive Painters


     Has anyone heard of the song "Primitive Painters"?  Is it by CT?

     -Jason