Aaron Detroit

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'''Aaron Detroit''' is a [[zinester]] and musician.
'''Aaron Detroit''' is a [[zinester]] and musician.
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Aaron began publishing zines while in his mid-teens. His most notable zine was the long running [[Swirlies]], which first came out in 1992 and featured interviews with bands such as 7 Year Bitch and Babes In Toyland, as well as Aaron's writing. The zine was published in Detroit, Michigan.
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Aaron began publishing zines while in his mid-teens. His most notable zine was [[Swirlies]], the first issue released in 1992. In the following issues, interviews with bands such as 7 Year Bitch and Babes In Toyland, as well as Aaron's writing, were featured. The zine was published in Detroit, Michigan.
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Aaron's next contributed to [[Homocore Detroit]], a publication released by the Detroit chapter of the many Homocore chapters that existed in the 1990's across the United States.
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Aaron's next contributed to [[Homocore Detroit]], a publication released by the Detroit chapter of the many Homocore groups that existed in the 1990's across the United States.
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Aaron has been in a number of groups. Beginning in the mid nineties, his first band, Martha's Dumptruck, released one single; after playing in a couple of other bands, Aaron relocated to San Francisco in 1997, and began singing for the The Little Deaths. The group put out the album ''Destination: Sexy'' on Heartcore Records in 1999, but then broke up the next year. In 2002, Aaron was one of the musicians featured in [[Maximum Rock N Roll]]'s "Queer Punk" issue. The same year, Aaron began singing and playing synthesizer in the band Secret Skin.  
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Aaron has been in a number of bands. Beginning in the mid nineties, his first band, Martha's Dumptruck, released one single; after playing in this and other bands, Aaron relocated to San Francisco in 1997. There, he began singing for  The Little Deaths. The group put out the album ''Destination: Sexy'' on Heartcore Records in 1999, but then broke up the next year. In 2002, Aaron was one of the musicians featured in [[Maximum Rock N Roll]]'s "Queer Punk" issue. The same year, Aaron began singing and playing synthesizer in the band Secret Skin.  
After that band ended, Aaron moved to Los Angeles, where he now lives and plays synthesizer in the band Death By Doll with [[Dame Darcy]]. The group's first album, ''Gasoline'', was released in 2007.
After that band ended, Aaron moved to Los Angeles, where he now lives and plays synthesizer in the band Death By Doll with [[Dame Darcy]]. The group's first album, ''Gasoline'', was released in 2007.
[[Category:Zinester|Detroit, Aaron]]
[[Category:Zinester|Detroit, Aaron]]

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Aaron Detroit is a zinester and musician.

Aaron began publishing zines while in his mid-teens. His most notable zine was Swirlies, the first issue released in 1992. In the following issues, interviews with bands such as 7 Year Bitch and Babes In Toyland, as well as Aaron's writing, were featured. The zine was published in Detroit, Michigan.

Aaron's next contributed to Homocore Detroit, a publication released by the Detroit chapter of the many Homocore groups that existed in the 1990's across the United States.

Aaron has been in a number of bands. Beginning in the mid nineties, his first band, Martha's Dumptruck, released one single; after playing in this and other bands, Aaron relocated to San Francisco in 1997. There, he began singing for The Little Deaths. The group put out the album Destination: Sexy on Heartcore Records in 1999, but then broke up the next year. In 2002, Aaron was one of the musicians featured in Maximum Rock N Roll's "Queer Punk" issue. The same year, Aaron began singing and playing synthesizer in the band Secret Skin.

After that band ended, Aaron moved to Los Angeles, where he now lives and plays synthesizer in the band Death By Doll with Dame Darcy. The group's first album, Gasoline, was released in 2007.

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