6. Anarchism in Temerloh - Hardkoi zine #1

In "Hardkoi zine" a road trip maps anarchism as a distinctly punk tradition, interviewing a diverse cast of ordinary people like truckers and factory workers as well as famous anarchists. we trace the history of the hardkoi Anarchists - publishing a final issue after a decade years ago.

Antara zine yang direview :
1.Kaum Muda Zine #1 :
Mohd Syukri Suhaimi
Lot 2118, Kampung Batu 4 Jalan Maran Temerloh

2. Militia Zine #2 :
Farid Militia
No.3, Belakang Sek.Ren.Keb. Tanjung Lalang ,Temerloh

Tahun :1997

Hardkoi Zine
No.32, Tanan Sri Kerinau
28000 Temerloh Pahang


5. Biodegradable Material #1 & #2

 Editor :

Hello there .. punks, hardcore people , skinheads oi, mohawks, metalheads, surfers, skateborders, posers, wankers and whoever you are. Sebenarnya aku bukanlah berani sangat nak buat isu nie sebab nak menghasilkan satu fanzine yang "infomative" dan mudah difahami bukanlah satu tugas yang mudah dan once satu-satu fanzine itu dihasilkan, penulisnya menanggungsatu tanggungjawab yang besar dan berat kerana hasil penulisannya itu boleh mempengaruhi cara pemikiran pembaca. Kalau penerimaan pembaca positif, baguslah tapi kalau macamana berlaku salah faham dan boleh membawa kesan-kesan negatif? Tu yang aku takut tu ....

 Untuk dapatkan info lebih lanjut sila :

No.24-A, Jalan Ang Seng 4,
50470 Brickfields
Kuala Lumpur

 ..... aku tak pasti alamat ni hidup ke belum
 ..... don't hesitete to knock on our door ..
tahun : 1997 / 98

4. Need food to survive and Need life to live

Shutdown zine :
#0 - With an open mind + a book
#0.5 - Is it all about yourself , no it's about our life
#1.5 - by kind donation (1st of May 2012)
Editor name is Minkun from Sarawak scene

3.Most artist zine in Malaysia

3. MOSH zine : #10, #12, #13, #14

I hate this part of KL ; Editor name is Nizang from Kuala Terengganu and he now based in KL do recording deal with Nervhous Records. He still feder his MOSH zine for #16 and i heard that he will continued it up coming issue. I call him Grasshopper Man


MOSH #15 : by Nizang
Nine to Five NIGHTMARE 

There are a lot of zines and books that write about day job for example Moe Bowstern writes a zine about working in the commercial fishing industry. Dave Roche writes a zine about being a subtitute teacher and sarah Royal wrote a book about working at a book bindery. I've also being thinking to write about my day job in the zine before but I thought there's not many interesting stories to share. But this is a piece about my 9 - 5 life.

The first ever job I did was as a waiter at Yee Stall, a food stall near Batu Burok beach in Kuala Terengganu. The stall belongs to Ujay's grandparents. Ujay and I played in a pop punk band together at that time, Jellybelly. So, one semester break during my college days I decided to make some money and asked him whether there was a vacancy. Another band mate, Shah also joined working with me at the stall. We tooks order from the customer and Ujay's mother taught me how to do Teh Tarik. Before we work there we always ate there and I still go there if I'm back in Terengganu. My favorite dish from Yee's stall in Claypot Yee Mee. 

...... bla .. bla.... bla.......

"Talk more... we want to hear Mr. Nizam talk tu us more!! Your class is my second favourite!!"
2. This is born collector :
Small man zine #1 , Volume #3


Hey yeah! the new issue of Small man pages of truth, trouble and everyman blues whether battling the cops in Penang. Released of Small man from Paloh "Busted Rapture" for giving me (Azizi-editor) this name. He said "It's my new zine since my own Malay version Bebal zine. I decided to quit making Bebal zine. Don't ask me why because what u hold now is the answer!