Lindsay Hutton

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Lindsay Hutton is a zinester from the UK.

In September 1976 he started The Next Big Thing, that took its name from the Dictators' Album Go Girl Crazy!, with a 3-page zero issue. Later issues of the magazine were accompanied by 7" singles and the last printed issue came out in 1997 packing two 45's. The Next Big Thing was also a label where Hutton released two LP's by The Skeletons and the debut by Girl Trouble and more.

In 1980, he co-started The Cramps fan club 'The Legion of the Cramped' along with Steven Patrick Morrissey (singer of The Smiths) and ran the LOTC-zine Rockin' Bones in tandem with The Next Big Thing until the band pulled the plug on operations in August 1983.

Hutton was then asked to contribute to Sounds, which he did for a time, and has written for many fanzines and publications since - including Mojo.

His webblog is his main outlet these days although he also contributes a bi-monthly column to the German OX fanzine.

Zines

Contributions

External Links

  • Lindsay Hutton's Blog