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Local Zine 'Warship' Sails into the 'Summer of Smut'

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WARSHIP ZINE
  • Warship Zine

Following a simple but effective format in which local artists and writers  explore a cohesive theme, the quarterly zine Warship has found fast fans since its launch in November of 2016.
WARSHIP ZINE
  • Warship Zine
Having celebrated New York punk pioneers  the Ramones and Canadian horror icon David Cronenberg, Warship sails into summer with a naughty new concept. Teased out by retro-styled Playboy bunnies, the “Summer of Smut” issue hits the streets Friday night at Hi-Tones. Like-minded vendors Connie R. Chapa (arte_de_coco), Kayla Mata (Mama Chiflada), Markus Ferris, Gnoshferatu, Valerie Brown (I Want Your Soda) and Junkship join Warship for the occasion, which also features beats by DJ ADLF and live music from indie-punkers Ship-To-City, noise-punk outfit Filthy and post-hardcore trio Pinko. $3, 9pm-2am Fri, Jun. 2, Hi-Tones, 621 E. Dewey Pl., (210) 785-8777, warshipzine.wordpress.com.
WARSHIP ZINE
  • Warship Zine

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