Katzilla

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'''Katzilla''' is a zine published in Germany, by [[Johannes Dechant]]. It focused on punk and music, along with DIY culture and traveling.
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'''Katzilla''' is a zine published in Germany, by [[Johannes Dechant]]. It focused on [[punk]] and music, along with [[DIY|DIY culture]] and traveling.
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==Issues==
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===Issues===
'''#1:''' Interviews with Cursive & Danse Macabre, concert-, fanzine- and record-reviews, columns and an report about his trip through India
'''#1:''' Interviews with Cursive & Danse Macabre, concert-, fanzine- and record-reviews, columns and an report about his trip through India
'''#2:''' Everything you always wanted to know about the Israeli Punkrock Scene:
'''#2:''' Everything you always wanted to know about the Israeli Punkrock Scene:
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Interviews with Frederico (Dir Yassin, Smartut Cachol Lawan), Giora & David (Boshet Rec, Nikmat Olalim), Noya (Patrol Fanzine), Gutzy (Kafa la panim schel LL, Gutzy.com, Hikokiri) plus articles about the infoshop Salon Mazal in Tel Aviv, other sources on Punk in Israel, show reviews
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Interviews with Frederico (Dir Yassin, Smartut Cachol Lawan), Giora & David (Boshet Rec, Nikmat Olalim), Noya ([[Patrol Fanzine]]), Gutzy (Kafa la panim schel LL, Gutzy.com, Hikokiri) plus articles about the infoshop Salon Mazal in Tel Aviv, other sources on Punk in Israel, show reviews
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[[Category:Zine|Katzilla]] [[Category:Zines from Germany|Katzilla]]
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[[Category:Zine|Katzilla]] [[Category:Zines from Germany|Katzilla]][[Category:Punk]]

Revision as of 21:23, 1 February 2008

Katzilla is a zine published in Germany, by Johannes Dechant. It focused on punk and music, along with DIY culture and traveling.

Issues

#1: Interviews with Cursive & Danse Macabre, concert-, fanzine- and record-reviews, columns and an report about his trip through India

#2: Everything you always wanted to know about the Israeli Punkrock Scene: Interviews with Frederico (Dir Yassin, Smartut Cachol Lawan), Giora & David (Boshet Rec, Nikmat Olalim), Noya (Patrol Fanzine), Gutzy (Kafa la panim schel LL, Gutzy.com, Hikokiri) plus articles about the infoshop Salon Mazal in Tel Aviv, other sources on Punk in Israel, show reviews

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