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Music From The Empty Quarter: Issue 12



FTEQ is a 120 page, color cover, half size, black & white publication from England. Included with this issue is a copy of the Hyperium/Hypnobeat Zauber of usic II compilation CD, which was made exclusively for MFTEQ. MFTEQ covers all aspects of Industrial, Electro, Gothic, and EBM styles of music, literature, and culture from all over the world. It contains columns on the state of the industry, record labels, editorials, written by not only Europeans, but writers from all over the globe. MFTEQ is definitely the largest underground music publication that I've seen originating from anywhere. The diversity is also amazing considering the sheer volume of the music labels covered by music reviews. Feature articles include interviews with Sheep on Drugs, Autopsia, Die Form, S.E.T.I., Dorobo Records, Re-Constriction Records, and Daft Records just to name a few. This particular issue is so full of useful information that this simple review cannot do it justice. MFTEQ is definitely the United Kingdom's best underground music magazine by far and should be sought out by those who want to always remain in the know.

Contact:
The Empty Quarter
P.O. Box 87
Ilford, Esssex
IG1 3HJ
United Kingdom

E-mail: none


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