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'''Link''' is a [[zine]] made by a loose collective which includes members of the Zetemkaa free party sound system. There have been three issues so far and more are planned, but the collective has problems raising the money required to print the zines. DJ Y made a mix CD which was sold at a tekno party and this made enough to print one issue. The original aim was to spread information by distributing the zine in records and at parties, so a paper version is necessary. This aim also explains why most of the zine is in English and not in Dutch - so that more people can understand it.  
'''Link''' is a [[zine]] made by a loose collective which includes members of the Zetemkaa free party sound system. There have been three issues so far and more are planned, but the collective has problems raising the money required to print the zines. DJ Y made a mix CD which was sold at a tekno party and this made enough to print one issue. The original aim was to spread information by distributing the zine in records and at parties, so a paper version is necessary. This aim also explains why most of the zine is in English and not in Dutch - so that more people can understand it.  
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Revision as of 22:55, 19 July 2007

Link is a zine made by a loose collective which includes members of the Zetemkaa free party sound system. There have been three issues so far and more are planned, but the collective has problems raising the money required to print the zines. DJ Y made a mix CD which was sold at a tekno party and this made enough to print one issue. The original aim was to spread information by distributing the zine in records and at parties, so a paper version is necessary. This aim also explains why most of the zine is in English and not in Dutch - so that more people can understand it.

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