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#46: Tribute to Crisis. Featuring an extract from the rewritten Crisis chapter from Death In June book Misery and Purity, and several old fanzine cuttings of reviews and interviews.

#45 : Dribble 7". Listen to 'Girl of My Dreams' here. Listen to 'High Street Girl' here.

#44 : Interviews and conversations with Dribble / Gutter Gods, Jon Roffe (
philosopher), HTRK, Constant Mongrel, Loke Rahbek, Ray Brassier (philosopher) and Jock Club.

#43 : Interviews and conversations with Dribble / Gutter Gods, Lakes, Puce Mary, Oily Boys, Low Life, Vanessa Amara, Lucy Cliche, Prolife and author S.T. Lore.


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Friday, February 20, 2015


I sweated on writing up the Crisis 2xLP for this issue of Distort. It is an absolute monument. Paco (La Vida Es En Mus) has presented it with confidence. It is short on information about the band, but it does provide enough to provoke the curiosity. There is something charming about the absence of an aggressive series of liner notes about what justifies these songs not being mere compressed audio files.
Paco provided me with some of the content that was rejected from the LP artwork, compiled with the intention that you would read it while listening to Crisis, that is to say, while marching. No pig sympathy.
The bulk of this issue is an extract from ‘Better Dead Than Red’, the rewritten and expanded Crisis chapter from the Death In June book MISERY AND PURITY. It resolved many questions I had about Crisis lyrics, which do not appear in any of the reissued compilations.

Shortly available in the US from Feel It and in the UK from La Vida Es Un Mus. Available now from the Distort bigcartel. Updated the distro with new records from Soma Coma, Russell St Bombings, Scab Eater, and the new issue of Life Stinks I Like The Kinks.

Saturday, October 11, 2014



Split release with Cool Death. Australian subscribers, mailing copies next week, email me to let me know if you have moved since the last issue. Overseas subscribers, mailing in a couple weeks, email me to let me know if you have moved since the last issue.

In Australia, buy from Cool Death. Available in USA and Europe soon.