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Ripped, torn and cutPop, politics and punk fanzines from 1976$
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Keith Gildart, Anna Gough-Yates, Sian Lincoln, Bill Osgerby, Lucy Robinson, John Street, Pete Webb, and Matthew Worley

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781526120595

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781526120595.001.0001

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Are you scared to get punky? Indie pop, fanzines and punk rock

Are you scared to get punky? Indie pop, fanzines and punk rock

(p.170) 9 Are you scared to get punky? Indie pop, fanzines and punk rock
Ripped, torn and cut

Pete Dale

Manchester University Press

The connection between punk and what became known as ‘indie’ were evident in the latter’s commitment to an ethos of DIY. Fanzines were very much part of this, a link that Pete dale makes explicit by examining the politics and meanings ascribed to music and fanzine production within the indie scene.

Keywords:   Indie, punk, fanzine, pop music

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