Check out a new zine dedicated to the grime scene

 

Skepta, Logan Sama, Jammz, Capo Lee and more feature in the black-and-white printed celebration of the subculture

An Underground London-produced new zine celebrating grime will be available to pick up from 7 July.

The zine, named Into the Dirt, was created by contributors including Simon Wheatley and Vicky Grout and features artists such as Faze Miyake, Rude Kidd and Tizzy Gang. Its creation was influenced by punk fanzines, particularly Sniffin’ Glue, a monthly punk zine that launched in 1976.

“It’s not a story, it’s not a history, it’s not official, it’s not an opinion, it’s just us with some cameras, phones, a typewriter and some great contributors,” reads the foreword.

See some spreads from the magazine below courtesy of Underground, and read more about grime producer and DJ Logan Sama in our Turning Points here.

Into the Dirt launches at an event on 7 July and will be available from then on at Underground, Soho for 30p.

(via Dazed)

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