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  • 20 July 2024

Connecticut Post

Our hometown paper interviewed us over some tasty burritos and guacamole.


[Tweed, Issues 9-11] For me, as far as politics are concerned, there are two major methods of persuasion:

Hectic World Magazine

[Tweed, Issue #10] Tweed is a very cool political themed zine from Fairfield, Connecticut.

Beanz Baxter, Issue 8

[Tweed, Issue #9] This has a color cover and really neat layouts. That's cool.

Rich Mackin

The guys that do this zine are ANGRY! I have seen this anger before, in punk and socialist zines that spell America with 3 k's and mention "Pigs" every few sentences. These guys are above that.
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Tweed Magazine content report:
2024-07-20 03:49:53
Kurt Cobain, Tegan and Sara, Baghdad, antiwar, Barsuk Records, Conor Oberst, congress, Brooklyn, Baghdad, Everloving Records, End report.