Issue 13 of punk zine Riot 77 is out now, featuring interviews with John Cooper Clarke, Dillinger Four and Don Letts. Issue 13 of punk zine Riot 77 is out now, featuring interviews with John Cooper Clarke, Dillinger Four and Don Letts.
Issue # 13 of Irish Punk fanzine Riot 77 is now available, featuring interviews with Jesse Wagner of skinhead Reggae band The Aggrolites, the bard of Salford and renowned Punk poet John Cooper Clarke, the man repsonsible for the Punk/Reggae culture clash Mr. Don Letts, Midwestern America’s greateast Punk band of the past ten years Dillinger Four and last but not least Ian Ballard talks us through 20 years of London’s Damaged Goods Records. There’s also a write up on this year’s Fest 7 from Gainseville, Florida, alongside the slew of reviews (records, gigs, books, DVD’s) and exclusive live photos you’ve come to expect.
Riot 77 is available in Dublin from Freebird Records (Wicklow Street), Horror Business (Crow Street, Temple Bar) and Scampkid Distro (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the measly sum of 3 Euros. It’s available in the U.K. through Bald Cactus distro in Leeds, The Punker Bunker in Brighton, All Ages in London and Trev Howarth in the Northeast. In the U.S. through Run & Hide distro and Green Noise Records (Portland, Oregon) …
Alternatively for 5 Euros elsewhere you can have it delivered straight to your door – send well-concealed cash to:
Riot 77 Magazine
PO Box 11342,
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