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PUNC Zine Issue 1

    PUNC Zine Issue 1


    With the aim of raising the profile of Irish punk music, the mysterious DJ MAL set out to start an Irish punk digital radio show on Belfield FM. It would be called PUNC, because that was the word for punk music as gaeilge, and because there was no good term for punk music from Ireland.

    Along the way, she learned that there are more important things in life than punk rock (which is at the end of the day a form of pop music), and that selling records is not a form of political resistance. Nonetheless, she still thinks this show can provide something of worth, so she will keep the show going! The paper equivalent of this radio show is a zine about punk music.

    Featured in PUNC Zine Issue 0.1: An interview with Sos, the guitar player out of CHEWIE! Gig listings! And an investigation into the potential Irish Republican links of emo icon Gerard Way...

    Published by DJ MAL
    16 pages

    178 x 178mm