Temporary Hoarding no. 10 (1979)
Number 10 of this RAR-related magazine
Syd Shelton, Reg Sideboards, Lord Chief Justice Xerox, Ruth I. Shaked & Lycy Laryngitis (Editorial Disaster Area) - Temporary Hoarding no. 10. UK punk magazine produced by RAR (Rock Against Racism). Content: White Law; Curb; The Mekons; Immigration; Belfast; Maximum Speed, the first Mod zine; RAR news.
Overall condition: Very Good.
Magazine 1st Edition 1st Printing. Publisher: Rock Against Racism, London. Year: 1979.
Size: 43.4 x 31.4 cm. Pages: 16. Language: English. Seller inventory: #26687.
Temporary Hoarding – Temporary Hoarding was produced by Rock Against Racism (RAR). The letters RAR were also in the name. This fanzine was sold at gigs and by mail order. Temporary Hoarding was a dynamic combination of photos, posters, interviews with bands, provocative collages and photo-montages, hard-hitting polemic, letters from supporters, and news and views from local RAR groups, all lovingly presented in a fierce anarcho-punk aesthetic which perfectly captured the spirit of the time. Some of the best contributions to Temporary Hoarding were the letters from supporters all over the country (and even from other countries). These letters show young people ‘thinking aloud’ about the menace of racism and fascism and how best to challenge it in their everyday lives.