As a kid in love with music in the late ’70s and early ’80s, I kept my eye on each newsstand issue of Creem as it was one of the few places to feature regular articles on the Sex Pistols and The Clash (among many other punk and new wave bands).
Now, it seems a Creem magazine documentary is in the works and, if the Kickstarter campaign is successful, we should have some enjoyable viewing on the way.
Slate‘s Behold blog reports: Creem Magazine’s Office Life Was As Entertaining As the Musicians It Covered
“In 1969, Barry Kramer and Tony Reay founded the music magazine Creem. Its irreverent tone quickly gained a dedicated readership, and during its peak, Creem’s circulation was second only to Rolling Stone for a music magazine.”