Caught in Flux

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'''Caught In Flux''' was a [[Fanzine]] published in New York City from 1993-1999 by [[Mike Appelstein]]. Appelstein was "a huge fan" of the early Eighties post-punk music scene. In later issues, he set out to document the artists on Rough Trade and Cherry Red Records.  
'''Caught In Flux''' was a [[Fanzine]] published in New York City from 1993-1999 by [[Mike Appelstein]]. Appelstein was "a huge fan" of the early Eighties post-punk music scene. In later issues, he set out to document the artists on Rough Trade and Cherry Red Records.  
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'''Caught In Flux''' #4 included an interview with Palmolive, former drummer for The Slits and The Raincoats, who had emigrated to the U.S.A. and become a Born Again Christian. Instead of disavowing her punk past, Palmolive played in a church band, performing Christianized versions of Slits songs such as "Frequent Mutilation."  
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'''Caught In Flux''' #4 included an interview with Palmolive, former drummer for The Slits and The Raincoats, who had emigrated to the U.S.A. and become a Born Again Christian. Instead of disavowing her punk rock past, Palmolive played in a church band, performing Christianized versions of Slits songs such as "Frequent Mutilation."  
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* [[http://www.appelstein.com/cif/ Caught In Flux at Appelstein.com]]
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[[Category:Zine|Caught]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Post-punk]] [[Category:New York Zines]]

Revision as of 21:34, 31 July 2007

Caught In Flux was a Fanzine published in New York City from 1993-1999 by Mike Appelstein. Appelstein was "a huge fan" of the early Eighties post-punk music scene. In later issues, he set out to document the artists on Rough Trade and Cherry Red Records.

Caught In Flux #4 included an interview with Palmolive, former drummer for The Slits and The Raincoats, who had emigrated to the U.S.A. and become a Born Again Christian. Instead of disavowing her punk rock past, Palmolive played in a church band, performing Christianized versions of Slits songs such as "Frequent Mutilation."

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