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'''The little nerd band that could''' (200?-) is a travel [[zine]], which the author, [[Ianto Ware]], describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.
 
'''The little nerd band that could''' (200?-) is a travel [[zine]], which the author, [[Ianto Ware]], describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.
  
==Issues==
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===Issues===
 
*No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
 
*No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
  
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* No.3: The band travels to Brisbane and Sydney.
 
* No.3: The band travels to Brisbane and Sydney.
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Ianto Ware also produces the zines [[Westside Angst]] and [[Das Papierkreig]].
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 18:11, 7 November 2007

The little nerd band that could (200?-) is a travel zine, which the author, Ianto Ware, describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.

Issues

  • No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
  • No.2: The band returns to Adelaide to support 'some silly big haired Tripple J bands at the Entertainment Centre in all its 10,000 people glory. Then Nic got atrociously drunk at the after party and a hilarious time was had by all.'
  • No.3: The band travels to Brisbane and Sydney.

Ianto Ware also produces the zines Westside Angst and Das Papierkreig.

External Links