The punk scene in Munich, 1979–82

Karl Siebengartner demonstrates the function of fanzines within a local space, while also shedding light on the inner-workings of a particular punk milieu. By using Munich and its punk fanzines as a case study, the chapter challenges assumptions as to the development and influence of German punk. Methodologically, Siebengartner argues, fanzines offer a crucial resource for constructing a view from within this metropolitan subculture.

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