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#1, $2, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, Xeroxed, 38 pgs.

By Will Kwiatkowski
Friday, April 02 2010

Do you like the Midwest? Do you like bands that probably list Creation and/or the Jam as an influence? Do you enjoy multiple, often-awkwardly-placed references to Joey Ramone in zombie form? If so, then this fanzine is worth your two dollars. It is focused around the power pop and mod scene of the Midwest, with interviews from the Insomniacs, Double Dynamite, Boys Club, the Danger, an entertaining tour diary with the Plexi 3, an interview with Wee Rock Records, a “Tech Talk” interview with Jim Diamond of Ghetto Recorders, and more. This zine has piqued my interest in a few of these bands, which is what it’s supposed to do, right? Consider it a success. Also, awesome handmade poster you sent with this, dudes. I recommend charging three bucks and putting one in each issue instead of just giving ‘em to the reviewers. –Will Kwiatkowski (Plastique Pop, 2421A S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Milwaukee, WI53207)

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