New York: Julia Gorton and Rick Brown, 1978. First Edition. Stapled fanzine. 4to (8.5 x 11 inches). Pp. 17. Front and rear covers printed in black, stapled. Slight age-toning to cover. Withal, a well preserved copy. Numbered on the rear cover #33/300. Item #5070
A scarce, early NYC fanzine devoted to the emerging world of underground punk-new wave bands with articles on Tina Weymouth and the Talking Heads, Captain Beefheart, Iggy, cover boy Elvis Costello, and one of Montreal's best bands, Teenage Head. Robert Gordon is still referred to as "Bob" Gordon. A particularly polished production in the burgeoning fanzine milieu. Co-founder Gorton, a photographer, contributed to Alan Betrock's New York Rocker among other rock-n-roll zines. Scarce.