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MRR #418 – March 2018

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We say goodbye to JJ Jacobson, the vocalist of legendary Texas hardcore punks OFFENDERS.

  • Dublin’s Karate Klub DIY venue
  • MARTHA from County Durham, UK
  • SNOB from London, UK
  • North Carolina’s ISS
  • MARAUDEUR from Switzerland
  • SENYAWA from Indonesia
  • F.I.T.S. from Canada
  • NOT ON TOUR from Israel
  • NEO NEOS from Minneapolis
  • East Bay’s Dear Diary Zine Fest
  • Eric Bifaro from Feral Kid Records / More Power Tapes


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