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(New page: '''The Silver Frog''' is a Punk zine from the early 1990's mostly printed in Grenoble France. The zine's editor Guillaume lived for a time in the Bay Area of Northern California. ...)
 
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'''The Silver Frog''' is a [[Punk]] [[zine]] from the early 1990's mostly printed in Grenoble France.
 
'''The Silver Frog''' is a [[Punk]] [[zine]] from the early 1990's mostly printed in Grenoble France.
  
The zine's editor Guillaume lived for a time in the Bay Area of Northern California. The first two issues were produced there as he played in a band Les Miserables and volunteered at the Gilman St. Project. The zine has hand made [[cut and paste]] approach documenting music scene news and politics. By the third issue the editor moved back to his home country and made the zine in his mother tongue. He also released a compilation tape of bands of both US and French origins with the third issue.
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The zine's editor Guillaume lived for a time in the Bay Area of Northern California. The first two issues were produced there as he played in the band Les Miserables and volunteered at the Gilman St. Project. The zine has a hand made [[Cut and Paste]] approach documenting music scene news and politics. By the third issue the editor moved back to his home country and made the zine in his mother tongue. He also released a compilation tape of bands of both US and French origins with the third issue.
  
  

Revision as of 14:20, 28 April 2013

The Silver Frog is a Punk zine from the early 1990's mostly printed in Grenoble France.

The zine's editor Guillaume lived for a time in the Bay Area of Northern California. The first two issues were produced there as he played in the band Les Miserables and volunteered at the Gilman St. Project. The zine has a hand made Cut and Paste approach documenting music scene news and politics. By the third issue the editor moved back to his home country and made the zine in his mother tongue. He also released a compilation tape of bands of both US and French origins with the third issue.