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Unsigned Magazine is written by Evelyn Nguyen who lives in England, UK.  The A4 40 page fanzine with colour covers, began in December 2005 and has continued to go from strength to strength.  Featuring lesser known underground bands from a wide range of alternative genres (everything from indie, punk, metal, goth and rock etc), it champions the unheard and has fitted into a niche that has long been ignored by the music industry until recent times. Unsigned is also used as a means for publishing new talent in music journalism and photography, a part of the magazine which has seen contributors go on to write for more mainstream, bigger titles.  Each issue comes with a free CD showcasing the best new bands and with an ever growing readership, you can expect Unsigned to be reaching even more music fans within the next few months.
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'''Unsigned''' has been published by Evelyn Nguyen from England, UK since December 2005.  The A4 sized, 40 page [[fanzine]] features color covers, lesser known underground bands from a wide range of alternative genres (including indie, [[punk]], metal, goth and rock), and it champions unheard and insigned bands. '''Unsigned''' is also a forum for publishing new talent in music journalism and photography; the magazine has been a starting point for contributors to go on to write for more mainstream, bigger titles.  Each issue comes with a free CD showcasing up-and-coming bands.
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===External Links===
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* [http://www.unsignedmag.net Official website]
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[[Category:Zine|Unsigned]] [[Category:Zines from the UK|Unsigned]] [[Category:2000's publications|Unsigned]]

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Unsigned has been published by Evelyn Nguyen from England, UK since December 2005. The A4 sized, 40 page fanzine features color covers, lesser known underground bands from a wide range of alternative genres (including indie, punk, metal, goth and rock), and it champions unheard and insigned bands. Unsigned is also a forum for publishing new talent in music journalism and photography; the magazine has been a starting point for contributors to go on to write for more mainstream, bigger titles. Each issue comes with a free CD showcasing up-and-coming bands.

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