The little nerd band that could

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'''The little nerd band that could''' (200?-2007) is a travel [[zine]], which the author, [[Ianto Ware]], describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.
'''The little nerd band that could''' (200?-2007) is a travel [[zine]], which the author, [[Ianto Ware]], describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.
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Ianto Ware also produces the zines [[Westside Angst]] and [[Das Papierkreig]].
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Ianto Ware also produces the zines [[Westside Angst]] and [[Das Papierkrieg]].
===Issues===
===Issues===
*No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
*No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
*No.2: The band returns to Adelaide to support 'some silly big haired Tripple J bands at the Entertainment Centre in all its 10,000 people glory. Then Nic got atrociously drunk at the after party and a hilarious time was had by all.'
*No.2: The band returns to Adelaide to support 'some silly big haired Tripple J bands at the Entertainment Centre in all its 10,000 people glory. Then Nic got atrociously drunk at the after party and a hilarious time was had by all.'
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* No.3: The band travels to Brisbane and Sydney.
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* No.3 (2007): "On the road with No Through Road... Brisbane Fri 15th June... Aust. tour '07... Sydney Sat 16th June... On a technical note, this is the third of four editions detailing our touring antics, all of which are being released by the experimental, high speed, low quality publishing house Quick Release, part of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts."
*No. 4 (2007): "On the road with No Through Road - 2007... the fourth and final edition of The little nerd band that could, the tour diary for the Adelaide lo-fi supergroup No Through Road... as usual published by Quick Release, part of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts."
*No. 4 (2007): "On the road with No Through Road - 2007... the fourth and final edition of The little nerd band that could, the tour diary for the Adelaide lo-fi supergroup No Through Road... as usual published by Quick Release, part of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts."
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The little nerd band that could (200?-2007) is a travel zine, which the author, Ianto Ware, describes as being: "the actual tour diaries of the Last of the Great Adelaide Mid-Nineties Indie Bands, namely No Through Road.

Ianto Ware also produces the zines Westside Angst and Das Papierkrieg.

Issues

  • No.1: The band travels to Melbourne and gets 'kicked out of a 24 hour pokies bar at four in the morning.'
  • No.2: The band returns to Adelaide to support 'some silly big haired Tripple J bands at the Entertainment Centre in all its 10,000 people glory. Then Nic got atrociously drunk at the after party and a hilarious time was had by all.'
  • No.3 (2007): "On the road with No Through Road... Brisbane Fri 15th June... Aust. tour '07... Sydney Sat 16th June... On a technical note, this is the third of four editions detailing our touring antics, all of which are being released by the experimental, high speed, low quality publishing house Quick Release, part of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts."
  • No. 4 (2007): "On the road with No Through Road - 2007... the fourth and final edition of The little nerd band that could, the tour diary for the Adelaide lo-fi supergroup No Through Road... as usual published by Quick Release, part of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts."

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