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“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!
MRR T-shirt by Alex Heir *SALE — last ones — S & XXL only*
This is the last batch of these shirts we will ever make. Get yours while you still can! Prolific punk artist Alexander Heir of Death Traitors brings us this limited edition MRR T-shirt design. Heir has designed poster and record artwork for bands such as Limp Wrist, Krömosom, Forward, Infernöh, and Warthog, as well as record stores and venues like East 7th in LA and Academy Records, and of course, the cover for Maximum Rocknroll #360! He is a widely exhibited visual artist and has recently published a collection of his work, Death is Not the End, available through Sacred Bones. The shirt color is "natural" (similar to the image shown here).