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MRR #414 • November 2017
Maximum Rocknroll #414 features the History of Alabama Punk part 1: Birmingham, BAD EXAMPLE, Bay Area heartthrobs MIDNITE SNAXXX, São Paulo's CANKRO, Chicago's C.H.E.W., PERIOD BOMB, Sweden's BRING THE DRONES, PADKAROSDA from Budapest, UNSANITARY NAPKIN from New Zealand, and in memoriam: Victoria Scalisi of DAMAD. (Details below.) This issue is also available as a PDF download HERE.
MRR #415 • December 2017
Maximum Rocknroll #415 features the Anti Police-Terror Project, Portland, OR's No! To Rape Culture collective, the VELVET UNDERGROUND's Willie “Loco” Alexander, Alabama punk history part 2, Russia's STRESSHOLD, GRIT from Ireland, Norway's NEGATIV, photos from Toronto's Not Dead Yet fest, Fred "Freak" Smith of BEEFEATER obit, plus, from the Sheffield, England scene: Kids of the Lughole label, COMMUNITY, a scene report, and Noise Annoys fest photo spread. (Details below.)
MRR #414 • Nov 2017
This is a high-quality PDF download of Maximum Rocknroll #414 featuring the History of Alabama Punk part 1: Birmingham, BAD EXAMPLE, Bay Area heartthrobs MIDNITE SNAXXX, São Paulo's CANKRO, Chicago's C.H.E.W., PERIOD BOMB, Sweden's BRING THE DRONES, PADKAROSDA from Budapest, UNSANITARY NAPKIN from New Zealand, and in memoriam: Victoria Scalisi of DAMAD. (Details below.) You will receive a link to download this issue once payment is complete.
Maximum Rocknroll magazine
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Maximum Rocknroll presents:
Welcome to 1984 comp LP
We've found a lost stockpile of our 2010 reissue of our classic Welcome to 1984 compilation LP! Felix Havoc calls it "the best compilation LP of all time" — read his full write-up on this classic here.
Limited edition MRR Archive T-shirt
We have a small handful of T-shirts leftover made just for our Archive fundraiser this year, available for a limited time only! All funds from this shirt sale go to benefit the Maximum Rocknroll record archive. We are currently cataloging a collection of nearly 50,000 punk records located at our headquarters with the goals of ensuring long-term preservation and creating an online database of every record review printed by the magazine. Illustration by Minneapolis-based artist Gabrielle Costello and based on our own archival photos of the protests that helped keep the Maximum Rocknroll radio show on air in 1979.
“Two Partied Out?” MRR Radio T-shirt
A brand new T-shirt with a look that's never been partied out, from November 1980 to this very day. Based on original flyer artwork from Maximum Rocknroll Radio's KPFA broadcast. It's never too late to join our party: just visit radio.maximumrocknroll.com for the latest and greatest in punk. For an extra $3.99 we'll also toss in the latest issue of Maximum Rocknroll—that's a dollar off the cover price!
MRR Issue #13 T-shirt (“Does Punk Suck???”)
DOES PUNK SUCK??? You may have found yourself asking this very question back at the last punk show you were able to make it out to—whether that was in 1979, 1983, 2005, or even last night. We've been wondering ourselves at least since our thirteenth issue (May '84), the cover of which is faithfully restored here in larger-than life size on a white cotton tee. We made a few copies for the punk suckers at our Still Not Quiet on the Western Front fest—here's your chance to get in on it. For an extra $3.99 we'll also toss in the latest issue of Maximum Rocknroll—that's a dollar off the cover price! What a way to get back up to speed.
MRR T-shirt by Jess Scott
Jess Scott should be a familiar name to many Bay Area freaks and punks worldwide, if not for her art—peep the portfolio at tellyboys.com—then perhaps for her output with such ensembles as Flesh World (featured in MRR #386), Brilliant Colors, and Index. You already love it, now you get to wear it! Available on white shirts in sizes XS to XL. For an extra $3.99 we'll also toss in the latest issue of Maximum Rocknroll — all the style and substance you desire can be yours today!