Shit-Fi is proud to present an interview with Aaron Milenski, co-author (with Patrick Lundborg and Ron Moore) of the recently released The Acid Archives, on the subject of tax scam releases.


Here is an interview published in the April 2009 issue of Maximum Rocknroll, which was a special issue dedicated to fanzines. This interview is based on a longer interview to be published in French in Ratcharge fanzine, which expands upon the ideas behind the Shit-Fi project and goes into some detail about me personally. Once that interview has been published, I will post a link to the English text of it. I'm not including this interview out of vanity; rather, I hope it can elucidate some of the motivations and intentions of this online magazine, as well as explain how I see its situation within the broader context of underground media.


Here is an interview with @coptunes, a Twitter account dedicated to posting a song per day about police throughout 2019.


Interview with the drummer of Italian shit-fi hardcore punk band Fottutissima Pellicceria Elsa, by Michael O'Flinn

Polo Pepo Reissue

Polo Pepo's 1988 single is among the most legendary shit-fi punk classics. Through its unique sound and approach, the two songs illustrate a social world marked both by marginality and powerful resistance to marginality. Shit-Fi is proud to share Yecatl Peña's 2018 interview with Polo Pepo, reflecting on his incredible life story and the history behind the record (reissued by La Vida Es Un Mus in 2019). This interview also serves as a first-person account of the history of rocknroll in Mexico, as experienced by a working-class participant from the 1960s to the present.


"In 1978, at age 17, I joined my first real band. It was a go-nowhere school-punk operation called The Disco Love Bites. Somehow, this perfectly reasonable (in rose-tinted retrospect) name was soon changed to What To Wear..."