Kids in Misery

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(New page: Second issue '''Kids in Misery''' is a personal fanzine by Lars from Hamburg, Germany. Issue one was released in October 2007...)
Current revision (11:49, 1 May 2009) (view source)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Image:Kim_cover_2_e.JPG|200px|thumb|right|Second issue]]
[[Image:Kim_cover_2_e.JPG|200px|thumb|right|Second issue]]
-
'''Kids in Misery''' is a [[perzine|personal]] [[fanzine]] by Lars from Hamburg, Germany.
+
'''Kids in Misery''' is a [[perzine|personal]] [[fanzine]] by Lars Titmar from Hamburg and Stephan from Leipzig, Germany.
Issue one was released in October 2007 with 250 copies.<br>
Issue one was released in October 2007 with 250 copies.<br>
It is in German and contains thoughts about prisons and political prisoners, interviews with the political rapper ''Chaoze One'' and the Swedish screamo band ''Amalthea'', a tour diary of the tour from ''Matula'' & ''Captain Planet'' and "old-school emo-poetry and loads of exciting calls for individual and general opposition to whatever status quo".
It is in German and contains thoughts about prisons and political prisoners, interviews with the political rapper ''Chaoze One'' and the Swedish screamo band ''Amalthea'', a tour diary of the tour from ''Matula'' & ''Captain Planet'' and "old-school emo-poetry and loads of exciting calls for individual and general opposition to whatever status quo".
-
The second issue came out in December 2008 with a silk-screen patch in it. <br>
+
The second issue came out in December 2008 with a silk-screened patch in it. <br>

Current revision

Second issue
Second issue

Kids in Misery is a personal fanzine by Lars Titmar from Hamburg and Stephan from Leipzig, Germany.

Issue one was released in October 2007 with 250 copies.
It is in German and contains thoughts about prisons and political prisoners, interviews with the political rapper Chaoze One and the Swedish screamo band Amalthea, a tour diary of the tour from Matula & Captain Planet and "old-school emo-poetry and loads of exciting calls for individual and general opposition to whatever status quo".

The second issue came out in December 2008 with a silk-screened patch in it.


Contact

Kids in Misery
Spaldingstraße 49
20097 Hamburg

Personal tools