Video magazines of interest

Upping the ante from podcasts, a few people I like are doing regular short video mags: The Molehill Report is from the Praxis Records / Datacide magazine stable, with updates on their releases, footage of their artists and some great interviews about underground dance and experimental music culture. There are three episodes so far: On …

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Solidarity Is Our Weapon Against All Prisons benefit comp tape

GRMMSK has worked hard on putting together this great compilation of radical musicians, noisicians etc in aid of Anarchist Black Cross Helsinki. It’s available as a download or two cassettes: https://totstellen-grmmsk.bandcamp.com/album/solidarity-is-our-weapon-against-all-prisons Contributors include comrades like GX Jupitter-Larsen, Dave Phillips, Libbe Matz Gang, Kek-W, Concrete/Field, stapperton, and many more. GRMMSK himself contributes a doom dub track …

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listen back to Bokeh Versions and me on NTS dubwise

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Saturday: weird dub on NTS alongside Bokeh Versions

If you follow me on twitter you will have seen me hyping this show over the last few months- always a great unpredictable mix up of JA and outernational dubwise styles and genres. Bokeh Versions have also released a great 7″ of freak dub from Seekersinternational – one of the few new artists I truly …

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New noise from me / Cutwail benefit compilation

I am very very proud to have a track included on the “We Saw Human Guinea Pigs Explode” compilation which has been released today: WE SAW HUMAN GUINEA PIGS EXPLODE by Various The Cutwail label is a subsidiary of the unpredictable Libertatia Overseas Trading mob. Actually I’m slightly staggered to be in there alongside Ceramic …

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Turbulent Times issue 10 now out!

(now sold out) 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 (London) and Praxis (Berlin) – both of which are …

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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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