Artcore Fanzine

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Artcore Fanzine is a Punk fanzine established in January 1986, covering punk and hardcore music based out of the United Kingdom. It is published about once a year and as well as interviews of new bands and individuals. It is also known for the other half of the magazine called Vaultage which covers bands, labels, artists, authors and photographers from throughout the history of this style of music. It is also known for its biting reviews and social commentary. There have been 29 issues of Artcore published to date.

In 2009 Artcore re-issued material from the 1980s British Columbia punk act "House of Commons".[1]

Artcore is edited by "Welly" singer for Four Letter Word and previously roadie for Chaos UK.[2]

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  1. ^ Punknews
  2. ^ David A. Ensminger (2011). Visual Vitriol: The Street Art and Subcultures of the Punk and Hardcore Generation. Univ. Press of Mississippi. p. 231. ISBN 9781604739695. 

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