BIZARRE, MARCH 2001
Even freaky bondage-loving old mens dig AMP, y'know. Especially
freaky, bondage-loving old mens. 'Superb grrlzine', they
BUST, WINTER 2000
The toppest American girlzine like todally grooved on us,
maaaan. 'Reading AMP is like passing notes with your girlfriends
in school, but even cooler. This zine is true to its motto: 'It's
the tits!' Damn straight, Busties! Cheears laydeez!
BYPASS, JANUARY 2001
Reviewzine Bypass reviewed our zine thus: 'High quality stuff.
Fun, informative, well-laid out, good graphics, plus the best music
reviews I've read in ages.' Heh. Can't say fairer than that,
A full shiny page in a style mag... mmm, luxury. 'AMP
offers a fascinatingly different approach to modern life'...'a truly
inspirational and witty critique of modern culture'. Wow! PiL
are our new best friends. Official.
SEVENTEEN, SEPTEMBER 1999
came true for our editrix when she - well, her website - appeared
in this teen magazine for the second time. The first was age 14,
sporting tasty gold hoop earrings and a brooch with little gold
chains dangling off it. Nice. 'One of the best grrrl sites on
the Net', they wrote.
TIME OUT, JUNE 1999
'If you like to dress up in sparkly charity shop frocks while
fantasising about sex with brutish, hairy, ugly men, then you need
this beautiful 16-page booklet for its wit and wisdom', said
Time Out in their guide to Bohemian London. And who doesn't?
THE BIG ISSUE, FEBRUARY 1999
Big Issue ran a piece on the AMP website in its multimedia section,
declaring the site to be 'full of go-get-'em grrrly attitude'.
GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 1999
The Editor guide to women's media featured AMP as 'Our Pick of
the Girl Zines', along with such mega-titles as Bust, Mystery
Date and Girlfrenzy.