The world clutches new issue of Turbulent Times to its heart!

“You’ve done a 48-page fanzine about noise? WHY?” – Paul Meme, Grievous Angel “Been devouring it this weekend. Awesome zine.” – Ekoplekz “My fonts logo catches my focus just about every time I see it. That a person is superb. Quite great publish!” – A Spambot “The ‘zine is essential reading. It has a kind …

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Turbulent Times fanzine – issue 9 published

Roll up! Roll up! Get yer scrappy xerox noise rag! 48 pages A5 (half-size). Mainly by me. Design is even less professional than Tweetah. Content is even more cynical. Trades/Blags/Distro offers are welcome. Nocturnal Emissions – Nigel Ayers talks about his recent “Spinal Correction Shred” cassette amongst other stuff. GX Jupitter-Larsen – The Haters mainstay …

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Datacide issue 12 published

release date: 20 October 2012. 68 pages This looks like another great issue! It includes an exclusive interview I did with industrial music superstar Jordi Valls about his work as Vagina Dentata Organ and The Valls Brothers. Also a bunch of my reviews (including some of the lengthier ones intended for Woofah). CONTENTS Datacide: Introduction Darkam: The Art …

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Agit Disco has just been published by Mute Books, compiled by Stefan Szczelkun, edited by Anthony Iles  The launch takes place on 8th December 2011, 6.30pm – 9.00pm at The Showroom, 63 Penfold Street, London, NW8 8PQ. ‘Agit Disco collects the playlists of its 23 writers to tell the story of how music has politically influenced and inspired …



Published early December… Pre-order from Amazon. (I’m told the actual published price will be about £14, so it’s cheaper to pre-order…) As promised, I will be uploading the mix I did as part of my chapter when I have a copy of the book in my hot sweaty hands.

No Ice Cream Sound issue 2 now out!

Second issue of this great zine – now out, bigger and even better than the debut! Same bad-ass bashment attitude! Great interviews with Dr Carolyn Cooper (author of the book “Sound Clash: Jamaican Dancehall Culture At Large”) on her lucidly academic take on bashment, Solo Banton on working with Jahtari, Ward 21 on starting out …

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