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Triggered by punk, but with roots in the underground press of the late 1960s, fanzines proliferated in the period 1976 to 1988.
DaveHaslam, DJ and author the classic study of the city's radical and musical history, Manchester, England, focuses particularly on City Fun in a talk assessing the importance and legacy of Manchester's alternative music magazines; considering their contribution to our understanding of music and social history; and celebrating the recent resurgence of local self-published, independent 'zines in the current era.
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Sat 3 Mar 2012 12.30pm - 1.30pm
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6 Mount Street,
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at People's History Museum
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