A Riot Of Our Own.

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Riot 77 is a long running Irish Punk fanzine, its just hit issue 18 and you can grab copies of it from a number of shops across Ireland and the Uk.

Here’s what we were asked to pass on:

“It’s now available in Dublin from Freebird Records (Wicklow Street), Spindizzy Records (Georges Arcade) and Thomas House Pub (86 Thomas Street) priced at 3 Euros. Available in the U.K. through That’s Not Skanking in Manchester, The Punker Bunker in Brighton, All Ages in London and Savage Amusement in the Northeast. In France through UVPR, Spain through Runnin’ Riot, Hungary through Scampkid and the U.S. through Run & Hide, Slovenly, Smash Records (DC), Vinyl Conflict (Richmond) and Green Noise Records (Portland, Oregon)

… alternatively for 6 Euros worldwide you can have it delivered straight to your door!!!!

Simply send some well-concealed cash to below Box Number or paypal email address.

Issue 18 features interviews with Sheer Terror frontman and longtime New York skinhead, the Rev. Paul Bearer, John O’Neill from The Undertones speaks of the early Northern Irish Punk movement and his political awakening which followed, Greg Cowan of The Outcasts looks at his band’s legacy and influence on later Punk, plus sleazy Garage innovator and guitarist of the Dead Boys Cheetah Chrome reflects on a life in music.”

Good stuff.

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