VOX – Irish fanzine (1980-1983)

“Vox which started in March ’80 became a significant cultural publication of the era combining punk, electronic and progressive music, underground poets, performance artists and fringe entities. Flicking through its pages is like looking through a directory of all things new wave and underground covering that period of time, with so many topics and features that it is hard to attempt a summary. Dave Clifford, its editor, was himself a printer and this is reflected in its sophisticated, clean layouts, printed pages and two-colour cover as well as high quality writing and journalism.”
– From ‘Loserdom‘, an article on early Irish fanzines:

The final issue (#15) of Vox was published in 1983. Several of the ‘zines contained articles about the Virgin Prunes, some of which we’re making available here as PDF downloads.


Issue 2 (full zine), Issue 4 (full zine), Issue 6 (VP only), Issue 9 (VP only), Issue 10 (VP only) Issue 13 (VP only), Issue 15 (VP only)

3 thoughts on “VOX – Irish fanzine (1980-1983)

  1. DIL23 says:

    Excellent stuf! Have you got the issue #3 with 1st part of the Throbbing Gristle article as well – would love a download of that too 🙂

  2. Editor says:

    Unfortunately not, still missing issue 1, 3, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14

  3. Ada says:

    My god, we’re being spoilt this weekend! Very interesting, I had never seen it before.

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