Brian Baker’s CV/resume, courtesy of a mid-90s issue of Motorbooty. Had forgotten he was in “Doggy Style”.
There’s an updated SIBYLLE BAIER website out there now, put together by her son Robby. It has a few photos I’d never seen before, links to her music, and other assorted ephemera.
I interviewed her in Dynamite Hemorrhage #3, if you’re interested in reading it.
A discography and overview of Sweden’s late 70s/early 80s HEARTWORK RECORDS. Originally in Siltbreeze fanzine, later picked up in Brain Transplant #1 in 1997.
NAKED SPOTS DANCE, early 80s Wellington, NZ band with several amazing tracks on the “Four Stars” compilation. I’ll be playing one of them on the next Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio, which I’ll roast up this evening.
39 CLOCKS review from “Bernie”, aka Tom Lax, in Siltbreeze fanzine #4, appx. 1988.
“The Misfits Versus Los Angeles” – a great feature in an early 90s issue of the much-missed GREAT GOD PAN fanzine.
Tom Lax on JANDEK in Siltbreeze fanzine #4, approximately 1988.
1994 update from MOTORBOOTY on the whereabouts of some of punk’s first and second-wave heroes.
XPRESSWAY ad from Siltbreeze magazine #6 around 1990 or so. Tom Lax
from Siltbreeze was probably Xpressway’s biggest US-based champion; I’d
certainly never heard of the label before he started yakking about them
and running cool ads like this one.
Here’s a thing about the old fanzine I did in Eric Davidson’s 90s garage punk book “We Never Learn”.