Reason to Believe

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'''Reason to Believe''' is a zine published by a collective from the UK.  
'''Reason to Believe''' is a zine published by a collective from the UK.  
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The zine began publishing in 2000 and focuses on various aspects of the [[DIY]] element in [[punk]], and promotes practical alternatives in relation to media, economics, living and art.
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The zine began publishing in 2000 and focuses on various aspects of the [[DIY]] element in [[punk]], and promotes practical alternatives in relation to media, economics, living, travelling and art. It began with a focus on the European DIY scene but gradually became an international and political publication. It includes reviews of music and zines.
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One of the editors, Leo, says of the zine, "At RtB we'd like to have an open forum for people to contribute their own news/opinions and hopefully provide an alternative to the biased, commercially–led mainstream."
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==Contact==
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Reason to Believe
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c/o 145-149 Cardigan Road, Leeds LS6 1LJ, UK
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Email: rtbzine@yahoo.com
==External link==
==External link==

Current revision

Reason to Believe is a zine published by a collective from the UK.

The zine began publishing in 2000 and focuses on various aspects of the DIY element in punk, and promotes practical alternatives in relation to media, economics, living, travelling and art. It began with a focus on the European DIY scene but gradually became an international and political publication. It includes reviews of music and zines.

One of the editors, Leo, says of the zine, "At RtB we'd like to have an open forum for people to contribute their own news/opinions and hopefully provide an alternative to the biased, commercially–led mainstream."

Contact

Reason to Believe c/o 145-149 Cardigan Road, Leeds LS6 1LJ, UK Email: rtbzine@yahoo.com

External link

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