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5.19 [TALK] Dynamite Hemorrhage! Underground Music Print Fanzines in a Digital-First World @ 5th Tomorrow Festival

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5.19 [TALK] Dynamite Hemorrhage! Underground Music Print Fanzines in a Digital-First World @ 5th Tomorrow Festival

Time: May 19, 2018 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: A3+, North District of OCT-LOFT
Phone: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)
Event Type: 5rd, tomorrow, festival
Organized By: B10 Live
Latest Activity: Apr 13

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Event Description

第五届明天音乐节 
5th Tomorrow Festival 

2018.5.17 - 5.20
演出 Concert · 讲座 Talk · 放映 Screening 

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Dynamite Hemorrhage! Underground Music Print Fanzines in a Digital-First World


Time

2018.5.19 14:00 - 16:00

Venue

A3+, North District of OCT-LOFT

Speaker

Jay Hinman ( USA)

Writer, blogger, fanzine publisher, radio DJ and podcaster

Language

English

With English-Chinese interpreter

A talk by “Dynamite Hemorrhage” publisher and podcaster Jay Hinman about the history of music fanzines, from the pre-punk era to the present. He'll discuss how he creates and distributes his printed underground rock music fanzine Dynamite Hemorrhage in a world in which virtually all music criticism and discussion takes place online, and traces the evolution of the fanzine from its countercultural roots to its status today as a token throwback to the analog era.

About “Dynamite Hemorrhage”

“Dynamite Hemorrhage” was originally a music-sharing Tumblr site run by Jay Hinman since 2012. It then morphed into a downloadable bi-weekly podcast, which now has more than 100 issues, and a print fanzine with its 6th issue on the way. It focuses on sub-underground and raw music from the last ten decades: punk, bent pop, crude garage, free jazz, ethnic music, experimental, folk and more.

The name “Dynamite Hemorrhage” comes from a 1979 song by American punk-era band The Flesh Eaters, and Jay did an interview with Chris D., the band’s singer and “Slash” magazine writer for the debut issue of the fanzine in 2013. Its covers an extensive range of fresh and highly-personalized contents, including band/lable interviews and book/album/live reviews. Check out some from its latest issue: a deep overview of 1990s outsider label Majora Records that released strange musical transmissions including the bulk of the Sun City Girls’ works along with many avant-folk, noise and fractured DIY albums, featuring two interviews with label founder Nick Schultz; an exclusive interview with New Zealand-based solo artist Maxine Funke who’s made some of the most transcendent, low-fidelity, super-minimal strum & voice recordings of the last decade; “Parallel Word Punk-Era 45s”, a ten-best list of punk-era 45rpm singles; “Hemorrhage in Dub” column on recent finds & reissues from the 1970s golden era of Jamaican dub…

After each issue of the print fanzine sold out, the scanned copy will be made available for free download on its website.

More Information

https://dynamitehemorrhage.com/

 

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