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Stand out! The dynamic fashion of the Zamrock scene

Film director Gio Arlotta reveals how traditional African music and psychedelic funk in the 70s Zambian subculture made for iconic looks

by Mollie Beese

Coming soon: our first issue

Discover labyrinthine houses, queer American poetry and more in Sayre Zine‘s first online issue

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