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    Negative Insight blog - 1980s/90s hardcore, anarcho, crust, thrash writing/interviews

    New post up today. This one is about the anarcho punk scene of the UK from the late '80s to the early '90s and features bands like later era Instigators, Sofa Head, Indian Dream, Thatcher On Acid, Political Asylum, and others who had a similar sound. The article briefly discusses the political and social climate that had helped to shape this sound as well. Things had clearly changed from the days of Crass, Conflict, Icons of Filth, Subhumans, etc., but that doesn't mean that these later bands were without merit.

    The post was done in conjunction with Romain of the excellent blog Terminal Sound Nuisance. Here's the links:

    http://penetration82.blogspot.com/20...punk-1988.html
    http://terminalsoundnuisance.blogspot.com/

    New posts coming soon including one that covers a lot of awesome old Finnish hardcore photos.

    Past posts include an interview with Bloodsucker Records (Japan), full interview with Riot City Records founder Simon Edwards, Greek Crust, 1980s German punk, and various interviews

    http://penetration82.blogspot.com/

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    This is amazing! Love the read, man. Cheers!
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    New short post up now featuring an advertisement for a Rema-Rema (4AD/Inflammable Material) release. This ad was done in the old paste-up style that is more or less a lost craft at this point. There's been some great films and documentaries recently like Graphic Means detailing the process for making layouts in the pre-digital era, and this post is an example that process still being used in punk. Let's face it, there's less than a handful of people still doing it this way, but in my opinion it's still the best way to create good looking layouts. Hope some folks dig it.

    http://penetration82.blogspot.com/20...rtisement.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Studly Hungwell View Post
    New short post up now featuring an advertisement for a Rema-Rema (4AD/Inflammable Material) release. This ad was done in the old paste-up style that is more or less a lost craft at this point. There's been some great films and documentaries recently like Graphic Means detailing the process for making layouts in the pre-digital era, and this post is an example that process still being used in punk. Let's face it, there's less than a handful of people still doing it this way, but in my opinion it's still the best way to create good looking layouts. Hope some folks dig it.

    http://penetration82.blogspot.com/20...rtisement.html
    Thanks for the post. It is quite the lost art. I still have all of my old layout equipment (light table, waxer, etc.).

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