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2018.5.19 讲座 Talk · 颅内大爆炸!数字时代的非主流音乐实体同人志 Dynamite Hemorrhage! Underground Music Print Fanzines in a Digital-First World

颅内大爆炸!数字时代的非主流音乐实体同人志

Dynamite Hemorrhage! Underground Music Print Fanzines in a Digital-First World

 

时间 Time

2018.5.19 14:00 - 16:00

场地 Venue

华侨城创意文化园北区A3+ A3+, North District of OCT-LOFT

 

主讲人 Speaker

Jay Hinman (美国 USA)

作家、博客写手、同人志出版人、电台DJ及播客

Writer, blogger, fanzine publisher, radio DJ and podcaster

 

语言 Language

英语 English

现场配有翻译 With English-Chinese interpreter

 

非主流音乐同人志/播客《Dynamite Hemorrhage》的主理人Jay Hinman,将会讲述他是如何在这个几乎所有关于音乐的讨论都发生在网络的时代,制作和发行他实体印刷的同人志,并追溯音乐同人志从前朋克时代的反主流文化根源,到如今成为模拟时代返潮象征的发展历程。

 

关于《Dynamite Hemorrhage

《Dynamite Hemorrhage》(“颅内大爆炸”)原本是Jay Hinman在2012年创建的一个分享音乐的Tumblr小站,后逐渐发展为一个可供下载的双周播客兼实体音乐同人志。该播客已有超过100期节目,杂志也即将发行第6期。它聚焦过去100年来的非主流音乐,包括朋克、怪味的流行乐、粗糙的车库摇滚、自由爵士、民族音乐、实验和民谣等,内容包罗万象。

《Dynamite Hemorrhage》之名来自于美国朋克时代的传奇乐队The Flesh Eaters 1979年的一首歌曲,Jay在2013年的创刊号对其主唱兼音乐同人志《Slash》写手Chris D.进行了采访。杂志包含了大量视角新鲜且高度个性化的内容,包括乐队/厂牌的访谈,以及书评、乐评与现场回顾等。看看它们最新一期的内容就知道了:独立唱片厂牌Majora Records的介绍,及其主理人Nick Schultz的两篇采访——该厂牌在90年代发行了大量怪异的非主流音乐作品,包括Sun City Girls的大部分专辑,以及一系列前卫民谣、噪音和DIY作品;新西兰艺术家Maxine Funke的独家访谈——他的单人音乐项目无疑属于过去十年内最出色的低保真极简音乐之列;“Parallel Word Punk-Era 45s”(“平行世界朋克时代45转”),朋克时代45转黑胶单曲10佳;“Hemorrhage in Dub”,关于牙买加Dub黄金年代(70年代)的再版作品与优秀新作的专栏……

每期实体杂志售罄后,乐迷们都可以在网站上免费下载它的电子版。

 

关于Jay Hinman

《Dynamite Hemorrhage》的创办者Jay Hinman是一位来自旧金山的作家、博客写手、同人志出版人、电台DJ及播客,他在过去30年里一直活跃在国内国际的非主流音乐圈。

早在九十年代,Jay Hinman就创办了他的第一本音乐同人志《Superdope》。1998年停刊后,他做了一个名为《No Count Dance Party》的网络电台节目,而后为网络音乐杂志《Perfect Sound Forever》供稿。2003年,作为最早的音乐博客写手之一,他开始在一个叫《Agony Shorthand》的音乐博客上发帖,至今已运营过大约8个不同的博客,其中大部分是音乐主题的,也包括一个名为《Hedonist Jive》多元文化内容博客,主要关于书籍、电影与音乐。

Jay并非一个反对网络的人,他愿意利用任何的新科技,只要能够把他喜爱的这些“令人惊愕的摇滚”和“野蛮重击”式的音乐传播出去。他将自己关于摇滚历史的深厚知识底蕴和对前卫当代音乐的敏锐触觉,都充分应用在每一期的杂志和播客里,散漫而独具魅力的风格和充实的内容,让一批口味包容的小众乐迷成为了他的忠实读者。


A talk by “Dynamite Hemorrhage” publisher and podcaster Jay Hinman about the history of music fanzines, from the pre-punk era to the present. He'll discuss how he creates and distributes his printed underground rock music fanzine Dynamite Hemorrhage in a world in which virtually all music criticism and discussion takes place online, and traces the evolution of the fanzine from its countercultural roots to its status today as a token throwback to the analog era.

 

About “Dynamite Hemorrhage”

“Dynamite Hemorrhage” was originally a music-sharing Tumblr site run by Jay Hinman since 2012. It then morphed into a downloadable bi-weekly podcast, which now has more than 100 issues, and a print fanzine with its 6th issue on the way. It focuses on sub-underground and raw music from the last ten decades: punk, bent pop, crude garage, free jazz, ethnic music, experimental, folk and more.

The name “Dynamite Hemorrhage” comes from a 1979 song by American punk-era band The Flesh Eaters, and Jay did an interview with Chris D., the band’s singer and “Slash” magazine writer for the debut issue of the fanzine in 2013. Its covers an extensive range of fresh and highly-personalized contents, including band/lable interviews and book/album/live reviews. Check out some from its latest issue: a deep overview of 1990s outsider label Majora Records that released strange musical transmissions including the bulk of the Sun City Girls’ works along with many avant-folk, noise and fractured DIY albums, featuring two interviews with label founder Nick Schultz; an exclusive interview with New Zealand-based solo artist Maxine Funke who’s made some of the most transcendent, low-fidelity, super-minimal strum & voice recordings of the last decade; “Parallel Word Punk-Era 45s”, a ten-best list of punk-era 45rpm singles; “Hemorrhage in Dub” column on recent finds & reissues from the 1970s golden era of Jamaican dub…

After each issue of the print fanzine sold out, the scanned copy will be made available for free download on its website.

 

About Jay Hinman

Jay Hinman, the writer and publisher of Dynamite Hemorrhage, has been unceasingly active in local and national underground music circles during the past 30 years as a music writer, blogger, fanzine publisher, radio DJ and podcaster.

Way back in the 1990s, Jay Hinman has published his first fanzine “Superdope”. After its last issue in 1998, he did an online radio show called “No Count Dance Party” and wrote for the online magazine “Perfect Sound Forever”. In 2003 he began blogging with “Agony Shorthand” as one of the first music bloggers, at the same point with several other blogs, most of which were about music, including a generalist blog “Hedonist Jive” that encompasses books, film and music.

No cyber-luddite, Jay's willingly adopted new technologies to spread the gospels of everything from “panic rock” to “brutarian thud plod”. He combines a deep historical knowledge of rock 'n' roll with a discerning ear for the proto-contemporary, which delivers to an audience of steely-eared, micro-scene denizens in his action-packed, inimitable prose style.

 

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