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'''Dzoom Zine''' was published by Rimas Gatautis and Darius Tamulis out of Kaunas, Lithuania during the 1990's. The [[zine]] focused on [[punk]] and [[hardcore]] music from Europe and the U.S. and was written in English. Issue #3 featured interviews with Slander, Fugazi, Hybernoid, Nembrionic Hammerdeath, M.D.M., Destroy Commandments, Blind Justice, Butthole Surfers, Incognito Records, reviews, various scene reports, an article on animal rights and editorials. Rimas actively wrote a lot of U.S. zinesters to trade zines and music, so this Lithuanian zine had a surprisingly long reach.
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[[Image:Dzoom.JPG|frame|Dzoom Zine #3 cover]]
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'''Dzoom Zine''' was published by Rimas Gatautis and Darius Tamulis out of Kaunas, Lithuania during the 1990's.  
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The [[zine]] focused on [[punk]] and [[hardcore]] music from Europe and the U.S. and was written in English. Issue #3 featured interviews with Slander, Fugazi, Hybernoid, Nembrionic Hammerdeath, M.D.M., Destroy Commandments, Blind Justice, Butthole Surfers, Incognito Records, reviews, various scene reports, an article on animal rights and editorials. Rimas actively wrote a lot of U.S. zinesters to trade zines and music, so this Lithuanian zine had a surprisingly long reach.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:50, 30 December 2010

Dzoom Zine #3 cover

Dzoom Zine was published by Rimas Gatautis and Darius Tamulis out of Kaunas, Lithuania during the 1990's.

The zine focused on punk and hardcore music from Europe and the U.S. and was written in English. Issue #3 featured interviews with Slander, Fugazi, Hybernoid, Nembrionic Hammerdeath, M.D.M., Destroy Commandments, Blind Justice, Butthole Surfers, Incognito Records, reviews, various scene reports, an article on animal rights and editorials. Rimas actively wrote a lot of U.S. zinesters to trade zines and music, so this Lithuanian zine had a surprisingly long reach.

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