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'''Bullshit Monthly''' was a [[punk]] [[zine]] from [[New York]] edited by Mike BS.
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'''Bullshit Monthly''' was a [[punk]] [[zine]] from New York, NY, U.S.A., edited by [[Mike BS]].
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The first issue appeared in 1984. Bullshit Monthly covered the New York City [[hardcore]] scene, particularly the bands centered around [[ABC No Rio]], a New York City music venue and community center. By the 1990's 24 issues had been released and the editor was happy to note that he had not charged more than fifty cents for any of those issues. Later issues included the byline "Proud to be gay owned and operated" and Mike was also happy that, despite the apparent homophobia in the New York hardcore punk scene, he had not sold any less issues than he had before the notice was introduced.
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The first issue appeared in 1984. Bullshit Monthly covered the New York City [[hardcore]] scene, particularly the bands centered around CBGB's (1984-1989) and later ABC No Rio (1989-1990), a New York City music venue and community center. By the 1990's 24 issues had been released and the editor was happy to note that he had not charged more than fifty cents for any of those issues. Later issues included the byline "Proud to be gay owned and operated" and Mike was also happy that, despite the apparent homophobia in the New York hardcore punk scene, he had not sold any less issues than he had before the notice was introduced.
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During the 1990's, Mike was also a regular columnist for ''[[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]]''.
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Mike BS wrote occasional columns on the New York Hardcore scene for [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]] in the 1980's and was a regular columnist for part of the early 1990's.
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Mike was responsible for the creation of the music scene at ABC No Rio, which he instigated in 1989. He was interviewed for the ABC No Rio 15th Anniversary Issue of ''[[Jersey Beat]]'' zine.
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He was also the lead singer for the New York hardcore punk band GO!, who regularly played at ABC No Rio. GO! released a number of EPs and LPs in the late 1980's and early 1990's. GO! reunited in 2006 and have recorded a new EP and are touring again.
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==External links==
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*[http://www.holytitclamps.com/issue6/goint.html Interview with Mike Bullshit] by [[Holy Titclamps]].
*[http://www.holytitclamps.com/issue6/goint.html Interview with Mike Bullshit] by [[Holy Titclamps]].
*[http://www.skepticfiles.org/en003/bullshit.htm Mike talks about Bullshit Monthly, ABC No Rio, and GO!] to [[Jersey Beat]].
*[http://www.skepticfiles.org/en003/bullshit.htm Mike talks about Bullshit Monthly, ABC No Rio, and GO!] to [[Jersey Beat]].
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*[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bullsht-Monthly/302643816106?ref=ts Bullshit Monthly Facebook page]
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[[Category:New York Zines]]
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[[Category:New York zines]]
[[Category:1980's publications]]
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[[Category:1990's publications]]
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Bullshit Monthly was a punk zine from New York, NY, U.S.A., edited by Mike BS.

The first issue appeared in 1984. Bullshit Monthly covered the New York City hardcore scene, particularly the bands centered around CBGB's (1984-1989) and later ABC No Rio (1989-1990), a New York City music venue and community center. By the 1990's 24 issues had been released and the editor was happy to note that he had not charged more than fifty cents for any of those issues. Later issues included the byline "Proud to be gay owned and operated" and Mike was also happy that, despite the apparent homophobia in the New York hardcore punk scene, he had not sold any less issues than he had before the notice was introduced.

Mike BS wrote occasional columns on the New York Hardcore scene for Maximum Rock 'N' Roll in the 1980's and was a regular columnist for part of the early 1990's.

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