Urban Styles: Graffiti in New York Hardcore is the first book from author/historian Freddy Alva. Urban Styles is a chronicle of the intersection of graffiti art and the NYHC scene of the 80s and 90s. Over 370 pages with many full-color photos and 40 interviews with legendary writers and artists like Mackie Jayson, REVS, MQ, Lukie Luke, LORD EZEC, STAK TFP, Chaka Malik, SANE SMITH and many more.

Urban Styles: Graffiti is a subterranean adventure back to a time when subcultures and underground movements blended seamlessly and went largely unnoticed by the mainstream world. Urban Styles deftly straddles the seemingly in congruent worlds of graffiti culture and the hardcore punk scene of the 1980s to tell the story of a unique moment in time when crossover between the two outlaw cultures was a common, if not heralded, occurrence. Urban Styles chronicles a gritty New York City and its boroughs while telling the stories of forgotten revolutionaries who were as familiar with stealth runs through train yards as they were slamming on the CBGB dance floor. Through an array of iconic images and first-hand accounts; interviews and essays, Alva compiles a history of youth culture that reinforces the connection between these two subcultures and shows the symbiotic influences shared by both hip-hop and hardcore. This tale is told through the eyes and memories of band members that were adept at wielding spray cans and the writers that represented New York Hardcore on the streets. Urban Styles features the voices of those who shaped both a sound and a movement and the visual iconography of a vibrant outburst of color amidst a greying, urban decay. A number of illuminating stories and examinations of culture are told by NYHC veterans like Chaka Malik, Mackie Jayson, Lord Ezec, Sacha Jenkins, and a host of others who populated the NYHC scene of the 1980s and 90s. Crews and members are represented as well, along with the first writers who played in bands. There is a plethora of exclusive images, most never seen before, and some done specifically for the book. It is a history culled from record and demo tape covers, flyers, t-shirts, and paintings that celebrates the union of these two uniquely New York street cultures and shines a spotlight on two artistic movements that have gone on to have world-wide influence on today s mainstream culture.
Book, 50.00€


book book & 7" Vicious Circle

Adult Crash 2 is the follow-up to 2008's Adult Crash hardcore/punk photobook. This second book is bigger than the first, with 144 pages of photos and anecdotes, compared to the first Adult Crash that was only 88 pages. The first book was all photos taken by Dave Brown, starting in the late '80s. The new book is a compilation of photos taken by photographers from both coasts, going back to the early '80s. The book also contains anecdotes written by musicians, photographers, and other notable people from the punk/hardcore scene. Eerie Von from Samhain/Danzig, Kevin Seconds from 7 Seconds, John Stabb from Government Issue, Ron Guardipee from Brotherhood/Overkill Records, Theo Kogan from The Lunachicks, Matt Warnke from Bold, Chris Daily from Smorgasbord Records, and other folks wrote about what the adult crash means to them. Also included with the new book is a four-track 7" featuring Violent Reaction, Barge, Night Birds, and Government Warning. Each band covers a song by an older band that influenced their sound and all songs are unreleased/exclusive to this EP.
book & 7", 25.00€

AT BOTH ENDS fanzine (Bane)

#9/10 package 2x7-Inch ABE

This is the final issue of the long-running AT BOTH ENDS Fanzine and it's going out in style! Included is one 148-page magazine/book that compiles two new issues worth of At Both Ends Magazine and two 7inch records with songs from BANE, GRADE, UNRESTRAINED (Portland, Oregon) and BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY. Included in the magazine are articles and interviews with Bane, Sick of it All, Verse, Shook Ones, Bill Stevenson, Sparkmarker, Anchor, Shai Hulud, Greg Bennick, Devotion, Wait In Vain, To Kill and a bunch more stuff. This is about as packed as a zine can get. The magazine is perfect bound with glossy pages and colour covers. Printing is similar to a book and is higher quality than pretty much any commercial magazine you would find in a store. The records are on colored vinyl and come with a cover and lyrics.
2x7-Inch, 10.00€


Bad To My World b/w Breaking Loose fanzine & flexi Bridge Nine

New York's Backtrack returns with their first slab of new music since 2014's "Lost In Life." These two new songs continue in the true NYHC tradition of bands like Madball, Killing Time and Outburst while still remaining fresh and injecting their own unique flavor. Side A features "Bad To My World," the lead track from the band's upcoming full-length LP, while side B features a song 100% exclusive to this release, "Breaking Loose." 7" includes digital download and a 32-page, full-color magazine.
fanzine & flexi, 9.00€



The first issue in english includes the following band interviews: Stabbed By Words, Ruiner, Soul Control, With Open Arms, Fall Apart and Seed of Pain. There's also an interview with the guy from Turn The Tide Fanzine/Schlops.com A playlist, and pictures close the deal. DIY or Die!
fanzine, 2.00€


Book Rev Press

Although some define hardcore as a specific sound, most believe it's more than that: a set of varying ideas, ethics, principles, attitudes and, yes, music, that converge to form a community. 'Burning Fight: The Nineties Hardcore Revolution In Ethics, Politics, Spirit, And Sound' by Brian Peterson provides some answers, but also brings up a whole new set of questions for those who've been drawn to the scene's political, social, ethical and spiritual ideas amidst the screamed vocals and abrasive chords. 'Burning Fight' features commentary from approximately 150 participants from the nineties hardcore scene as well as oral history articles about straight edge, politics, vegetarianism and interviews with a variety of influential bands such as: Avail, Burn, Earth Crisis, Inside Out, Integrity, Los Crudos, Spitboy, Strife, Texas Is The Reason, Unbroken and more. 503 pages. Essential.
Book, 18.00€


Everybody's Scene: The Story Of Connecticut's Anthrax Club Book Butter Goose Press

"Everybody's Scene: The Story Of Connecticut's Anthrax Club" documents the entire history of one of the nation's most legendary all-ages hardcore music clubs from 1982 to 1990. After months of scanning thousands of photographs, flyers, schedules, and conducting over 100 interviews, a 208-page, visually heavy book is the result. "Everybody's Scene" will appeal to anyone who was lucky enough to witness the underground punk and hardcore music scene of the '80s as well as those with a soft spot in their hearts for the influences of many of today's musicians. Now available again with updated cover artwork.
Book, 18.00€

CHUNKS Fanzine

Anthology Book Shining Life

Chunks was a fanzine from Australia that documented hardcore from 2010-2013 and spanned seven issues. This perfect bound book houses 100 pages collecting all seven original issues, plus extras. Contains interviews and articles with Rampage, Vigilante, Floorpunch, Reckless Aggression, Waste Management, Negative Approach, Omegas, The Rival Mob, Inside Out (NY), Free Spirit, Stick Together, Night Birds, Enuf, No Tolerance, Boston Strangler, Shipwrecked, Peacebreakers, Prisoner Abuse, Meanstreak, and more.
Book, 16.00€


#7 Fanzine Dawk

The new issue of what certainly is one of the best german zines out there. Unafraid to ask questions that stray from the beaten path or tackle controversy, the latest issue has COLD WORLD, CROM, RYKERS, Search For Fame Records, BLOODPACT(unpublished interview from 2000), Nowack, Lester Bangs, Eike Busch, the kids corner, a poster and more.
Fanzine, 4.00€



The first issue of this new zine includes bands such as Cold World (USA), Reign Supreme (USA), The Legacy (UK), Your Demise (UK), Battle!(USA) and 2 local bands called Make an Effort and Mind Trap (the new band of the Dude who does the Isolation Zine). It's always good to see kids making an effort to participate actively in the scene!
fanzine, 2.00€


#1 Fanzine Downpour

48 page A5 zine that has interviews with LISTENER, AUTISTIC YOUTH, EVERYONE EVERYWHERE, THE GENERATORS, BIKE TUFF and GRIM FANDANGO. Some funny stuff with some guys of NO WEATHER TALKS and HELL & BACK + reviews and columns. German language.
Fanzine, 2.50€


MATINEE: All Ages On The Bowery 1983-1985 book Radio Raheem

Between 1983 and 1985, New York City photographer Drew Carolan began photographing patrons of the now-infamous hardcore matinees that were going on at seminal underground music club CBGB. During the week, Carolan was working as an assistant to legendary portrait photographer Richard Avedon, and on weekends he set up a makeshift studio across the street from CBGB and intercepted kids on their way to the all-ages afternoon shows. The result is a collection of photographs capturing the beauty, vulnerability, and the unbridled energy of youth during the height of the Reagan years. The Bowery at that time was a true melting pot of downtrodden adults, underage hardcore punk kids, and people living on the fringes of society. Now, more than thirty years later, all of that has disappeared and a copacetic, prosperous, and gentrified element has taken its place. While the hardcore punk scene still thrives today, these photographs capture a time and place in history that no longer exists. Nearly two years in the making, Radio Raheem is proud to offer this collection of Carolan's photos in a beautiful 10" x 10", hardcover volume featuring nearly 150 pages of images.
book, 28.00€



Hot off the presses, this is the second issue by this fine skate-punk magazine. Read the final YAGE interview, The Saddest Landscape, Guy Picciotto (of Fugazi/Rites Of Spring), Tom Knox (and yes, he ist still straight edge!), Against Me!, From Monument To Masses, a report about the Decay Skateboards tour in the Czech Republic, photographer Peter Beste and his documentation of Norwegian Black Metal, the rise and fall of Mark 'Gator' Rogowski, and the DIY lingerie label la fille d'O. Plus uncountable record reviews and photos. 100 pages, all on glossy, colored paper.
fanzine, 3.00€


Hardcore Fanzine Anthology Book Shining Life Press

The complete collection of this legendary New Jersey fanzine with over 460 pages gathering all nine original issues plus the unreleased tenth issue combined with new writings, artwork, memories, flyers, photos, the history of In My Blood Records, and more. Over 70 pages of additional content. Original fanzine content created, edited, and designed by David Koenig and Brett Beach.
Book, 39.00€


: death Book Reflections

HRVST is not a music magazine / book. It´s not about telling you how a new record sounds or how the tour of our favorite band went. Instead we 'harvest' experiences, ideas and stories of people from the DIY music and art scene and produce a book that focuses on their individual stories and experiences, shedding light on a very up, close and personal level, building on a bigger, more complex and truthful picture of who they really are and what makes them the persons they are. Beyond the stage, beyond the canvas, beyond what you seem to know about them already. And in the end uniting them in one single topic per issue. The first publication of HRVST focuses on the topic of 'Death'. It contains diverse contributions by the likes of CHUCK RAGAN (known from Hot Water Music), ROB MORAN (Unbroken, Narrows), WESLEY EISOLD American Nightmare / Give Up The Ghost), STEVE BRODSKY (Cave In), EUGENE S. ROBINSON (Oxbow), CHRIS COLOHAN (Cursed, Left For Dead), GEERT VAN DER VELDE (Shai Hulud) among many, many others. 166 pages beautiful layed out and printed.
Book, 10.00€



Featuring: Brian Jordan (Impact Fanzine), Stephen St. Germain (The First Step), Birds Of A Feather, Rearranged, One Up, Insted, Brian Walsby (cartoonist/illustrator), Eric Fennell (filmmaker/Supertouch documentary), Cynthia Connolly (photographer), React! Records, Remain, The Psychos, Rebuilt.
fanzine, 3.50€



Another fanzine from Vienna, Isolation #1 Includes interviews with Bitter End, Deal With It, Death Toll Booking, Feeding Time and Nervous Wreck. Plus a few columns, photos and -some would call it- art stuff. Check it out. Issue two is coming soon.
fanzine, 2.00€



The second issue of this fanzine from austria features PULLING TEETH, RHYTHM TO THE MADNESS, EYES OF TOMORROW, SURROUNDINGS, TRASH TALK, REACTIONARIES, columns and reviews.
fanzine, 2.00€


#3 fanzine

56 page full sized fanzine featuring: PULLING TEETH, TRAPPED UNDER ICE, MAN OVERBOARD, MINDSET, CIRCLES, NOT SORRY, NORTH LINCOLN, POLICE AND THIEVES, UNVEIL and A BRIDGE TO MANY tour report. There are reviews as well.
fanzine, 3.00€


#9 fanzine

A huge 48-pages publication dedicated to the hardcore/punk music & attitude. Featuring interviews with: Greg Bennick (Trial), Birds Of A Feather, Lewd Acts, Confronto, Vitamin X, To Kill, Pulling Teeth, Poison The Well and Despite Everything. Plus: 6 pages photo report of Fluff fest '09, a thought provoking article concerning Krishna Hardcore Consciousness and tons of reviews.
fanzine, 3.50€

MAKING A SCENE: New York Hardcore In Photos, Lyrics & Commentary REVISITED 1985-1988

Book Butter Goose

Originally released in 1989 with a scant 79 photos and under 100 pages; this expanded edition brings over 200 photographs as well as reflections from key characters documenting a special time period in one of the most notorious hardcore music scene in the country. "Making A Scene: New York Hardcore In Photos, Lyrics& Commentary REVISITED 1985-1988" captures the energy of the New York hardcore music scene in photographs, lyrics and comments from those involved in their music, their attitudes, and their lifestyle. Hardcore is a way of life for thousands of band members and fans all over the world. Here, New York City's hardcore movement is represented in all of its outspoken, opinionated, and often contradictory variety. Participants are shown with friends, spouses, even children, performing, dancing and hanging out. They also explain in their own words and lyrics to songs what they think hardcore is all about. From moments of quiet intimacy to the controlled mayhem of live shows, "Making A Scene..." documents, in a unique way, this flourishing and often misunderstood underground style.
Book, 16.00€


#417 fanzine MRR

Year-end top ten issue. Top tens from 2017, photographs from Angela Owens and Farrah Skeiky, Charmpit from London, Chicago's Rash, Isotope Soap from Sweden, Tijuana's DFMK, and Erik Nervous from Shipshewana, Indiana.
fanzine, 5.00€