ebay diary: part five

Week 8: Red Sky at Night, Death In June It was one of things you end up at, following links. From Psychic TV, to Coil, to Current 93 via little notes in fanzines, on record sleeves, even a couple of sentences in the NME. 20 years ago, at the ripe old age of 17, I …

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ebay diary: part three

Week 6: Esoterra and Answer Me Esoterra began as a little zine covering occulty type stuff and industrial music and gradually became the definitive in-house journal of what they called “extreme culture”. It had excellent production values with loads of great photos and graphics in each copy. I ended up distributing it for a while …

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they shall not pass

In response to this Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 22:33:47 +0100 From: redbullmusicacademy To: Eden “We are shocked and appalled that such a link could appear on our website, and would like to be clear that it would never be the intention of Red Bull Music Academy to give any sort of platform to these …

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“cos they ain’t got nothin’ in them”

——– Original Message ——– Subject: Why does redbullmusicacademy.com link to the National Front site? Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 19:34:23 +0000 From: Eden To: Red Bull Music Academy Thank you for your great site, which was flagged up on the Blood & Fire discussion board earlier today. I have very much enjoyed reading the lectures …

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The Strange Case of Nicola Vincenzio Crane

Nicky Crane grew up in Crayford. He was an archetypal bonehead in the 70s, becoming the Kent organiser for the neo-nazi British Movement by the end of the decade. A photograph of Crane ended up on the cover of the “Strength Thru Oi!” LP which was complied by Garry Bushell for Sounds and released on …

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