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Imaginary mixtapes, invisible zines – Aotearoa’s missing queercore ephemera

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Queercore punk’s defining object, the J.D.s Top Ten Homocore Hit Parade (1990) contains one track by a defunct Aotearoa noise punk band – ‘Tell Me Why’, by Gorse. Here, I investigate the potential in both the mixtape and the zine to which it pertains, within the context of the local and trans-national queer imagination.
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Keywords: New Zealand music; archives; ephemera; libraries; punk; queer history; queercore; queerness

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Massey University

Publication date: March 1, 2019

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  • Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture (QSMPC) is a refereed academic journal devoted to the study of representations and expressions of queerness in its various forms. International in scope and representing a wide variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it publishes scholarship on topics at the intersection of media/popular culture and queerness in gender/sexuality. QSMPC invites articles and artwork pertaining to queerness in media and popular culture, as well as reviews pertaining to recently released queer media artifacts.
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