Issue 4 coming out soon!

here we go : less than a month to send us your contributions for the 4th issue!

Send us your favourites records reviews, an article about DIY in your city / area, DIY tricks, vegan recipes… All you want.

You have until november, 1st! Email us at papercore(a) or by the mail at Giz c/o CIRA — 50, rue consolat — 13001 Marseille, fRance

Papercore #3 is out!

cover of papercore #3

Enfin! Printed between Bilbao and Toulouse, the third issue of Papercore is finally ready to be sent out to the usual distribution points. This one got a bit thicker than the previous two : A4 and 36 pages long. Write us if you want to distribute it or order a single copy. They are “prix libre” (pay what you want), but cost about 3€ to print and ship worldwide. We do privilege punkpost, however that got a bit complicated in the last couple of months.

In addition to the usual columns, illustrations and reviews, this issue contains a scene report from Andalucia, a tour diary in pre-brexit UK by Efa Supertramp and Sharp Knives as well as the first part of an extended interview with the israeli crust band Aason.

As usual, we’re looking for contributions to the next issue, and one doesn’t need to wait till the deadline of November 1st to submit it. We know there aren’t much shows happening, but you can write about other things going on, like your punk venue being used for other means, the way you’re revisiting your record collection, or some other diy tips. As long as you don’t review records you either played on or published, send it.
Take care,
The papercore crew


Papercore #2

Papercore #2 is out! 24 pages, 200 copies (make more if you want).

This issue has interviews of The Eye of Time & Frattura and scene reports of Britanny & Belgium, along with a couple of reviews.

About 3€ postage paid worldwide for a single copy. Copies will be mailed to distributors in the next week or so. Get in touch if you want to distribute some more.


Issue 2 should be out soon!

I guess that with the idea to publish something “on paper” we kind of forgot to let the digital world know the first issue had indeed been released on time. We still got to distribute a bunch too, and to wrap up the next one with the contributions we received. Thanks y’all! Since then we’ve decided on a postal address to get mail and things to review at. So while we wait for the second one to pop out of the printshop, here’s a late notice for the first issue, along with the cover by Marina Margarina. A list of the places that distribute(d) them is up on the contacts page, and we’re still looking for more! Get in touch.

The deadline for the 3rd issue submissions is set for march 1st!

cover issue #1