More on Berlin later, but grab yourself a copy of the latest issue of Datacide magazine now, from the uncarved shop.
56 pages – biggest issue yet! £2.50.
Neil Transpontine: A Loop Da Loop Era – towards an (anti-)history of Rave
CF: Radical Intersections – The rise and repression of the free festival movement in the UK and some intersections with radical anti-politics
Controlled Weirdness: You’re Too Young to Remember the Eighties – Dancing in a different time
The Reverend: More than just a Night out – Rave as confrontation
Dan Hekate: All things fall and will be built again
Hans-Christian Psaar: Commodities for the Jilted Generation (the imagery of The Prodigy and Kid606)
Alexis Wolton: Teknival and the emancipatory potential of technology
JR: Denial Networks – On Crisis and Continuity in the 9/11 Truth Movement
Secessionist Outernational: Self-Exile and Poetry
Howard Slater: Convergent Suggestion – on Surrealism and Organisation
Rafael Castellanos: Visible and invisible fragments of experiences (About Bogotrax festival)
Riccardo Balli: Audio-Philosophical Dwellings
Stewart Home on Peter Whitehead and the Sixties
Nemeton on Boris Mikhailov’s Unfinished Dissertation
JR on “The Description of Bankruptcy”
CF on François Genoud
Nemeton on “Everybody talks about the Weather… We don’t: The Writings of Ulriike Meinhof”
Balli on “Situationism on Wheels”
CF on “Battlenoise!” and the ideology of Martial Industrial
Plus record reviews, charts, Bloor Schleppy, End of Vinyl?, Pencilbreak and more.
(Some back issues available also).