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[[Image:Sfl11_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Short Fast & Loud'''<br/>Issue 11 Summer 2003]]
'''Short Fast & Loud''' is a [[punk]]/hardcore/grind [[zine]] published by Athena Kautsch and Jeff Robinson of Six Weeks Records.
'''Short Fast & Loud''' is a [[punk]]/hardcore/grind [[zine]] published by Athena Kautsch and Jeff Robinson of Six Weeks Records.
''Short Fast & Loud'' is published in Petaluma, California, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in the last years of the 1990s, and it has been released continuously since then.  
''Short Fast & Loud'' is published in Petaluma, California, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in the last years of the 1990s, and it has been released continuously since then.  
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The zine features interviews with bands around the world, as well as zine editors such as [[Christine Boarts]] of [[Slugs and Lettuce]].
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The zine features interviews with bands around the world, as well as zine editors such as Christine Boarts  of [[Slug & Lettuce]].
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Columns are by Chris Dodge, Dan Lactose, Ami Lawless, Loser, and the editors. Contributors have included [[Will Butler]], among others.
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Many issues come with compilation CDs, or 10" and 7" vinyl singles.
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.sixweeksrecords.com/html/sfl.html Short Fast & Loud issues]
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Short Fast & LoudIssue 11 Summer 2003
Short Fast & Loud
Issue 11 Summer 2003

Short Fast & Loud is a punk/hardcore/grind zine published by Athena Kautsch and Jeff Robinson of Six Weeks Records.

Short Fast & Loud is published in Petaluma, California, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in the last years of the 1990s, and it has been released continuously since then.

The zine features interviews with bands around the world, as well as zine editors such as Christine Boarts of Slug & Lettuce.

Columns are by Chris Dodge, Dan Lactose, Ami Lawless, Loser, and the editors. Contributors have included Will Butler, among others.

Many issues come with compilation CDs, or 10" and 7" vinyl singles.

External Links

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