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Fringecore was a cyber/subculture/underground magazine that was first published in 1997. The editor is someone called Dee. Its publishing address was Berchem, Antwerp, Europe. They are very well connected and feature interviews with Hakim Bey, Bart Plantenga, Nick Zedd, Michael Gira, Simon Vinkenoog, Jack Sargeant, Nat Muller and Sadie Plant. In their early days they carried the subtitle "Beyond Transgression". The managing editor is Jeannine Lafèbre.




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