Gridlock #2 zine
Second issue of this North Carolina with a focus on both local content (including lots of stuff that Sorry State releases) and the wider national garage punk scene. This issue includes lots of scene report-type stuff about local happenings, interviews with Tyvek, OBN IIIs, John Wesley Coleman, Kid Kongo Powers and Boom Boom Kid and a slew of reviews. I think my favorite thing about this zine is that rather than including scans of the covers of records they review they meticulously recreate the cover in pen and ink, and the one for the new Joint DäŠæ LP is particularly killer. This is the type of regionally-focused zine that you rarely see anymore, so if that's your jam do yourself a favor and pick this up.