Magazine clippings I used to cut out of newspapers and the music press back in my youth.
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Moving Parts Re-Up

The second single by Moving Parts - "China Doll".
The "A" side (If I get my turntable back in action I'll throw on the "B" side)
Just click here to get it.

1980.

I Don't Talk To Popstars

A nice little poem from Atilla The Stockbroker from the pages of Punk Lives.

Saw him back in 1993 at the Uni of QLD and it was one of the most enjoyable shows I've seen, laughed my ass off!

1983.

The Home-Grown Sound


Richard Conrad's recommendation of must-see  Brisbane bands for your New Year's resolution .

Thanks to Sean for this article from Brisbane's Courier Mail.

1986.

Anti-Nowhere League Gig Review

Mr X. Moore has a good old dig at The Anti-Nowhere League. Nice :)

About 1981.

Dance Craze

A bit of promotional material for the soundtrack of the film Dance Craze.

1981.

A bit of promotional material from back in the day


The Exploited, Black Flag, Honey Bane and The Insane.

1981.

The Comstat Angels, The Mo-Dettes and The Cuban Heels.

1981.

Dead Kennedys, Anti-Nowhere League and D.O.A.

1981.

Buzzcocks Split


The first murmurs of The Buzzcocks split.
Pete Shelly goes solo.

1981.

Return to white chairs Volume 1

Andy from The Black Assassins sent this poster over for a Brisbane Punk Band reunion gig coming up in September.
"You and the readers of Prehistoric Sounds might be interested in a gig coming up which features 10 Brisbane bands from the 1977 to 1982 period including us, the Black Assassins.

It's on in Brisbane from 2pm to 10pm on Sunday 30th September at the Prince of Wales Hotel, 1154 Sandgate Road, Nundah QLD 4012."

More info here

Billy Bragg - Live


Billy Bragg live at Easts Leagues Club in Brisbane back in 1989.

Reilly Out


A bit of a line-up change for Stiff Little Fingers.

1981.

Stiff Little Fingers


A bit of promotional material for a Stiff Little Fingers gig.

About 1981

The Commercialisation of Punk Rock

The least you can do is look the part!

Oi Against Racism!


The Business, Infa Riot, Blitz and The Partizans head off on tour with a series of anti-racist gigs to distance themselves from the racist overtones accociated with the skinhead scene.

New Musical Express
1981.

The High Noon Dance


Poster for a gig with The Sacred Cowboys, Kicks and Headstone at the Q.I.T. Campus Club.

Must have been about 1982 I'd say.

The Great Redgum Condom Debacle

Redgum run into a bit of a packaging hitch while trying to promote their safe sex message.

Juke Magazine.
1987.