L.A. RECORD’s gangly adolescence We spent hours last night battling through our secret archive—one a storage unit, now something between a firetrap and a choking hazard—to fish out whatever relics we could from six years of publishing this crazy thing. And we actually found … a lot? But not a lot of a lot. L.A. [...]
LA ZINE FEST
February 17th, 2012 · 4 Comments
February 17th, 2012 · 3 Comments
V. Vale is a founding father of West Coast independent publishing—his ’77 Search and Destroy zine is one of the four secret parents of L.A. RECORD, and his Re/Search books are a decontamination manual for the human mind. He will be speaking with L.A. RECORD alum Henry Rollins at the L.A. Zine Fest on Sunday, which will be followed by a free afterparty with the Allah Las, Cold Showers and Neverever! This interview by Chris Ziegler.
February 14th, 2012 · 1 Comment
The ennui of off-season cheerleading practice, lifeguarding to save up for a longboard, scheming to elope to Tijuana with my summer camp sweetheart: I can just recall July at sixteen. Neverever have made themselves strangely at home in that moment. They’ll perform this Sunday at L.A. RECORD’s L.A. Zine Fest afterparty, and their new EP Shake-A-Baby is out now on Slumberland. This interview by Bonnie Johnson.