Thursday, December 22, 2011
Alternatively you can get it from good bookstores nationwide from 26th December.
Or, you can get the digital version for your iPad or whatever by clicking on the "Pay Monkeys, Get Peanuts" panel (second side panel down on page - to the right of this).
We supply to a select group of distributors around the world, if you're interested in selling it then get in touch.
We'll also be at various events we can be bothered going to over summer so come say hi.
If all else fails and you're passing you can always get a copy at Salvation Kitchen cafe at 1843 Great North Rd Avondale Auckland - we're open again from the 12th Jan.
If you need to get hold of us for any reason email me at email@example.com
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Issue five came back from the printer yesterday. We posted subscriber copies today and it should be in store 26th December. You can buy it direct from us from the online store and shipping is free.
We're pretty proud of this dirty little sandwich - it took us a bit longer this time but we'd rather spend a little longer than put out something we're not totally happy with. Have a great Christmas motherfuckers and see you next year!
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Issue five is pretty much in the can - off to the printer next week so we'll have mags in the post to subscribers before Christmas. The wait will be worth it. Here's two small tastes of the banquet that awaits.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Took a drive down to St Helliers tonight to check out the annual toy run, loads of cool rides and the weather was perfect. Stayed just long enough to say hi to some friends, bash down a hot dog and a coke and do a few laps. Congrats to Tim who got his 29 legal - this was it's first outing with paperwork. Anyone who's gone through the process knows how good this feels and the smile on his face was evidence. Car looks RAD Tim! So much to look at - here's a few shots, imagine the salvation army band playing hits to murder yourself to and you could almost be there!
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Sunday, November 20, 2011
The focus is on motorcycles hotrods and rock n roll - and of course eating yourself stoopid. Things kick off at 8am with swapmeet action and bands start at 12. The Rum Coves (one of my favourite bands in Auckland) are playing, as are Ed Gains and The Human Remains (which Andrew plays in along with Kurt and the sparkly Rossco ex Demi Whores) and also The Ruby Union, my new band with Bryan and Damon who I played in Deadflowers with and Chris Long on Drums. Bar opens at 12ish. There's parking round the back and preferential hot rod / motorcycle parking out front. Slow roasted pork belly sandwiches will be attending too! Gimme a call on 021494484 for info or if you want a site. Lots of stalls selling good stuff as well as motorcycle and V8/hot rod stuff. Get in there you dirty magpies!
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Retro Vixen went down at Salvation Kitchen on Saturday - was rad! Here's Sid "the thinking man" checking out Kylo's bike (and wishing he had bought the chaps)
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Guitar Wolf are comming aaaahhhhhoooooooooooooo!!!
Monday 12th December – Christchurch at The Dux
Tuesday 13th December – Dunedin
Wednesday 14th December – Wellington at Bodega
Thursday 15th December – Hamilton at Static
Friday 16th December – Auckland at Cassette no 9
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Sunday, October 9, 2011
65 Oldsmobile 442 belonging to Dave G - one tough car. It's been in the shed for the last 6 months while the Chevvy has been mincing round the place but Sunday changed that. I quickly developed an obsession and was stuck in cyber land for several hours later, thanks Dave! Denims 78 Ironhead is cool too - not as cool as the fact he pulled up with a very necessary crutch strapped to his back! Tank doodle is nice.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Went down to Shed 5 on Saturday arvo for the kick off of their speed week festival. First time I've had to apply sun screen since last summer, not the first time I've drunk cold Corona's.
Lots of new punters projects were on display and people were hanging out in the car park. Get down there - the bar is open every night and there's something different happening every day.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011