london has plenty of style magazines, but only sleazenation kept the true spirit of london's underground culture alive. even though it became a glossy, it was still obscure, intelligent and funny. In 1996, sleazenation started as a free booklet you could pick up in clubs and trendy shops. it used to run a good club listing for the uk. the magazine received several magazine awards but failed to keep up the momentum. the last issue was published in 2003. chief editor neil boorman released a good for nothing magazine shortly after that ran for six releases. steve slocombe instead created the super super magazine that seemed like an apt follow up to sleazenation.


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