Schism

Schism

Profile:
Schism was a hardcore record label and fanzine operated out of New York City in the late 1980s by John Porcell (of Youth of Today, Judge, and Project X) and Alex Brown (of Side By Side and Project X).
Schism started out as the fanzine "Love Seat" which Brown put out while still living in Iowa. Five issues were published under this title, before he moved to NYC for school, teamed up with Porcelly and changed the name to Schism, at the urging of Ray Cappo, who didn't like the 'Love Seat' name. They however kept the number amount, so the first issue under the Schism title was actually #6.
Issue 7 came as a package with a limited edition 7" by Porcell and Brown's project-band, Project X, which was the start for the label.
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Cat#  Artist Title (Format) Label Cat#  Country Year
number1 Straight Edge Revenge  album cover Project X (6) Straight Edge Revenge(7", W/Lbl) Schism number1 US 1988 Sell This Version
SCHISM-4 CT. Hardcore  album cover Wide Awake CT. Hardcore(7", RP) Schism SCHISM-4 US 1988 Sell This Version
Skiz-2 New York Crew  album cover Judge New York Crew Skiz-2 US 1988 Sell This Version
SKIZ 4 CT. Hardcore  album cover Wide Awake CT. Hardcore SKIZ 4 US 1988 Sell This Version