Datacide will be tabling at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair.
We will be joined by Colectivo Acratas and Corazon Normal. Our table is located in the “Friendly Fire” Zine section.
Datacide is presenting the new magazine issue #14, as well as #9-13. We will also be selling Praxis and Darkmatter Soundsystem 12″ vinyl records and other merchandise.
Preview: Thursday, January 29, 2015, 6–9 pm (costs $10, or is free is you are a MOCA member)
Friday January 30th, 12–7pm
Saturday January 31st, 11-7pm
Sunday February 1st, 11-6pm
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
T: (213) 626-6222
There was a fire at Rauchhaus last thursday, and another incident in the morning of the 24-12 which prompted the Rauchhaus to cancel all events there for an indefinite time. Sadly this means that our party will not take place this weekend. We are planning to re-schedule for a date in early 2015 and will let you know. Watch this space for updates.
Concrete Cosmos and Praxis together to sustain their activities of independent media in 2015.
This fundraising party will help the realisation of a feature film entitled Nullreich and the print of a book containing the first 10 issues of Datacide.
Aekre (Breakcore/IDM) – DJ set
Ari Nev (Breakcore/IDM) – Live
Base Force One (Breakcore/Experimental) – Live
Black Hands (Rhythmic Noise) – DJ set
Bombhead (Noise) – Live
Del_F64.0 (Speedcore) – Live
Lynx (Breakcore, Noise) – DJ set
Video installation by Hmtl://S and Sansculotte
Stay tuned on the networks!
Datacide Fourteen is officially released on October 18 and 19, 2014 in London.
Datacide will be tabling at the London Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday, October 18 from 10am – 7pm. We will be selling the new issue, back issues 9-13, as well as new Praxis records. The venue is Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS.
On Sunday, October 19, 2pm-11pm, MayDay Rooms, Datacide, Cesura//Acceso Journal, and the History is Made at Night blog are hosting the event “Revolt of the Ravers: The Movement Against the Criminal Justice Act, 1994”.
Twenty years ago, on 9 October 1994, a huge demonstration against the Government’s Criminal Justice Act ended in London’s Hyde Park with riotous clashes, police horses charging, and people dancing to sound systems. The Act brought in new police powers against raves, squatters, protestors, travellers and others, and was passed amidst widespread opposition.
This event will include memories of this movement, its ways of organising and representing itself and will feature displays of its ‘material culture’ such as zines, flyers, cassettes and letters.
There will also be an exchange-situation looking at the related radical/techno zines of the 1990s, in what was one of the last musical and social movements mediated primarily through print rather than digitally.
It is hoped that the day will be a catalyst for a process of gathering, archiving, circulating and activating materials from the radical social/musical movements of the 1990s.
The talks and discussion will be followed by an evening of films, music and refreshments.
The location is May Day Screening Room, 1st floor, 88 Fleet street, London, EC4Y 1DH