Turbulent Times issue 10 now out!

Choose Your Location UK £4.00 GBPEurope £6.00 GBPRest of World £7.00 GBP 60 page fanzine! In a bag! With: 8 page insert on anti-fascism and music! 2 full-colour Adolf Steg postcards! Degenerate Waves Badge! (Apologies for ridiculous overseas prices – these are because of the recently privatised UK Post Office). Also available from Electric Knife …

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August updates

Grmmsk on vinyl GRMMSK – cyaan go back (unfrei, 2013) from grm on Vimeo. “This is another doomdub-resurrection ov the still undead punk genre. similar to the evolution ov zombie’s mobility in movies these days, on the collaboration ‘müllGRMM TÜTEsk’ you’ll find not only slow motion crawling and staggering, but also rather aggressive and hectic …

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Nomex interview for Datacide

Introduction to the piece: Nomex should need no introduction to Datacide readers, but here goes anyway. One of the organisers of the seminal “Dead by Dawn” parties held in the mid nineties at Brixton’s 121 Centre, Nomex contributed visuals, abstract/harsh performances and much more besides. His releases on his own Adverse label have included everything …

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Noise In Opposition Volume 2

Latest installment of this series of great anti-fascist noise/electronica/weird compilations. 16 acts have contributed tracks this time, including April Larson, Laica, elizabeth Veldon, dsic, stapperton and GRMMSK. As GRMMSK has said “some of the people/projects and their beliefs, NiO is opposed to, still haven’t fully understood that their ‘rebellious’ pose isn’t actually a statement against …

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Datacide issue 13 now available

The London launch party was a lot of fun, with some great presentations and people. The magazine is out now. It includes a great interview I did with noise legend Nomex. Order from here or from the Praxis Shop. 76 pages. Datacide: Introduction Nemeton: Infiltration and Agent Provocateurs; Vision Tech; Endless War; Surveillance, Control and …

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EVENT: SUN 20th October: Datacide 13 launch party

Datacide zine London launch event The 13th issue of Datacide, the international magazine for noise and politics, is out this week. As well as a conference and release party in Berlin this weekend, there will be a launch event on Sunday 20th October 2013 in London, 7 pm to 10 pm. The event will take …

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Noise In Opposition compilation

Fully supporting this new initiative… Noise In Opposition is a compilation of 24 artists from across the globe opposed to fascism, misogyny and prejudice. NiO totals nearly 3 hours of music across 31 tracks by people including Hacker Farm, Libbe Matz Gang, Elizabeth Veldon and The Implicit Order. Check http://noiseopposition.wordpress.com/ for the full background and …

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LDN EVENT: Noise/Cult Films matinee, 14th July

John Eden and Limazulu present a cult matinee double bill: A NOISY DELIVERY: A film by GX Jupitter-Larsen (London Premiere) WITCHES: The Psychotronic Voodoo Sound of Hacker Farm & Libbe Matz Gang (World Premiere) 3pm, Sunday 14th July 2013 Limazulu Project Space: Unit 3J, Omega Works, 167 Hermitage Road, London N4 1LZ Free/Donation Two cult …

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February updates

1. SPATIAL INTERVIEWED BY JOHN EDEN An interview I did with Hackney-based producer Spatial is now published exclusively and for the first time at The Liminal. This piece was originally intended for issue 5 of Woofah, but has been fully updated. (It’s the last outstanding thing I wrote for Woofah, which makes me a bit smiley …

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End of 2012 updates

Turbulent Times #9 is selling steadily and is now also available from these recommended stockists: Norman Records Turgid Animal I know that the cost of overseas postage is putting some people off, so you might want to order a couple of things along with your zine and reduce the p&p charges that way. Norman Records …

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