Fanzine of the week #3
With 64 pages, this is the biggest issue of Datacide yet!
It also includes a contribution from me. No time for an extensive review, but all of the material here is well up to the usual high standard.
Christoph Fringeli – “Hedonism and Revolution: The Barricade and the Dancefloor”
Stewart Home – “Dope smuggling, LSD manufacture, organized crime & the law in 1960s London”
John Eden – “Shaking the Foundations: Reggae soundsystem meets ‘Big Ben British values’ downtown”
Alexis Wolton – “Tortugan tower blocks? Pirate signals from the margins”
Neil Transpontine – “Dancing before the police come”
Christoph Fringeli – “From Subculture to Hegemony: Transversal Strategies of the New Right in Neofolk and Industrial”
Nemeton – “From Conspiracy Theories to Attempted Assassinations: The American Radical Right and the Rise of the Tea Party Movement”
R. C. – “How to start with the subject. Notes on Burroughs and the ‘combination of all forms of struggle’”
Matthew Fuller and Steve Goodman – “Beat Blasted Planet. An interview with Steve Goodman on ‘Sonic Warfare’”
Terra Audio – “Free Parties”
Gorki Plubakter – “This is the end… the official ending”
“Sonic Fictions” by Riccardo Balli
“Digital Disease” by Dan Hekate
“Infra-Noir. 23 Untitled Poems” by Howard Slater
“Office Work” by Matthew Fuller
The Lives and TImes of Bloor Schleppy
Available now for EUR 4.00 incl. postage – order now by sending this amount via paypal to praxis(at)c8.com, or send EUR 10 for 3 issues (note that currently only issues 5, 7 and 10 are still available, but you can also pre-order future issues.