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'''Re/fuse''' is a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] based [[zine]] from the Netherlands.  
 
'''Re/fuse''' is a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] based [[zine]] from the Netherlands.  
  
The first issue was published in 2000. The zine is printed on tabloid format. Besides the regular punk music articles and interviews, Re/fuse focusses on other counter cultures and underground art. Re/fuse is made by 7 people.
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The first issue was published in 2000. The zine is printed on tabloid format. Besides the regular punk music articles and interviews, Re/fuse focusses on other [[Underground Culture|counter cultures]] and underground art. Re/fuse is made by 7 people.
  
 
==Issues==
 
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*[http://www.myspace.com/refusefanzine Re/fuse]
 
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Zines from The Netherlands]] [[Category:Punk]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Zines from the Netherlands]] [[Category:Punk]]

Latest revision as of 15:59, 19 July 2007

Re/fuse is a hardcore punk based zine from the Netherlands.

The first issue was published in 2000. The zine is printed on tabloid format. Besides the regular punk music articles and interviews, Re/fuse focusses on other counter cultures and underground art. Re/fuse is made by 7 people.

Issues

  • RE/fuse 01 (2000): Reaching Forward, Mark McCOy (Das Oath/Charles Bronson), Mihoen! +
  • RE/fue 02 (2001): Oil, Alterglobalisation Movement, Orwell Nation +
  • RE/fuse 03 (2003): Heaven Shall Burn, Modern Life is War, Punk bands and gay identity +
  • RE/fuse 04 (2004): Ian Mackay, Re/fuse book club +
  • RE/fuse 05 (2006): Kylesea, Converge, Abusive Action, State of Mind +
  • RE/fuse 06 (upcoming):Comeback Kid, Antidote, Fascist Aesthetics in Punk +

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