Mnemonic Hi-Fi

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Mnemonic Hi-Fi is a zine by Wayne Davidson, published in Victoria, Australia, in 1996.

This is a publication devoted to Pop Culture, whether it be chart toppers or more obscure relics of bygone eras. This one shot zine contains articles on Exotica such as lounge music from the late 1960's; a history of singers Timi Yuro and Lynsey De Paul; an article on the band Magazine; an account of meeting Dannii Minogues; "Wayne's fan Club Round Up", about joining The Pastels fan club, "Friends of the Pastels, and the Pet Shop Boys fan club; and reviews of popular bands such as Soft Cell and Stereolab alongside The Shangri-Las, Peter Nero and Percy Faith.

Contributors included Jeffrey Kennedy and David Nichols.

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