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12.10.2013: DATACIDE 13 RELEASE PARTY AND CONFERENCE@NAHERHOLUNG STERNCHEN, BERLIN

12.10.2013

DATACIDE – MAGAZINE FOR NOISE AND POLITICS

WE CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF DATACIDE 13 WITH A 2 FLOOR PARTY OF CONCRETE BREAKCORE HARDCORE DRUM&BASS EXPERIMENTAL NOISE + CONFERENCE

TALKS & DISCUSSIONS:

CHRISTOPH FRINGELI
Introduction to the thirteenth print edition of datacide – the magazine for noise & politics

JASON SKEET (UK)
“In search of the constructivist moment: from Russian Futurism to South London Speedcore (via 1975)”
“It’s not freedom that I want but a way out!” So proclaimed the ape in
Kafka’s short story ‘A Report to the Academy’. This talk takes this ape’s
proclamation as a reference point for the construction of a map that could
be used to locate potential points of escape. The first part of this talk
identifies what exactly it is that we may be seeking to escape from. We
will then embark on an exploration of a series of problems, some of which
may involve us asking: what is the meaning of Mayakovsky’s “our”? what is
a sonic community? and how exactly did the world change in 1975?
Jason Skeet is currently completing a book about contemporary poetry. In
the last years of the previous century he was involved in the Association
of Autonomous Astronauts (AAA) and this talk may, or may not, build on a
certain number of exit strategies previously put forward by the AAA.

DAVID CECIL (UGANDA)
“Confessions of an Accidental Activist – Sexual politics and homophobia in Uganda”
David Cecil’s contribution to this issue of Datacide looks at the politics
of sexuality in Uganda from a very subjective angle. The author found
himself in the media spotlight in 2012/13 after he produced a comedy drama
in Kampala (Uganda) which was mistakenly portrayed as a piece of ‘gay
activism’. The US evangelist movement, international rights activists and
the mainstream media have all contributed in different ways to misleading
perceptions of sexuality in Uganda. Meanwhile, more substantial and
complex factors of post-colonial socio-economic transformation have been
(deliberately?) overlooked, along with the actual experience of daily life
for LGBTI people in Uganda. The author will give a brief presentation
focusing on the politics of identity in Uganda, and looks forward to a
discussion on international sexual politics.

MARK HARRISON (SPIRAL TRIBE)
“A Darker Electricity – a co-founder talks about the history of Spiral Tribe”
Mark will be talking about his personal experience with the Spiral Tribe
sound system and how that experience revealed the establishment’s
invention of plausible narratives to define territories and control them –
whether those territories be physical, social, intellectual, artistic or
electronic.

DISCUSSION

LINE UP

APHASIC (AMBUSH/UK)
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Aphasic

HEINRICH AT HART (POSITION CHROME/D)
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Heinrich+At+Hart

LES TROLLS (TROLLS SOUND/FR)
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Les+Trolls

CORTEX (PRAXIS/CH)
http://www.danielbuess.com/cortex.html

ELECTRIC KETTLE (PRAXIS/D)
http://soundcloud.com/electrickettle

H-KON (CLASH OF THE TITANS)
http://soundcloud.com/h-kon

EL GUSANO ROJO (HIJOS DE PUTA/D)
http://soundcloud.com/yvanvolochine

JEAN BACH (DHYANA RECORDS/D)
http://soundcloud.com/david-sardelle

ROKKON (MINDBENDER/D)
http://soundcloud.com/rokkon

TZII (NIGHT ON EARTH/B)
http://soundcloud.com/tzii/tzii-na-netize-breakzzz-part2

HETZER (CLASH OF THE TITANS)
http://www.clashofthetitans.org/

YANN KELLER (D)
http://yannkeller.de/

ZOMBIEFLESHEATER (KRITIK AM LEBEN/D)
http://www.mixcloud.com/Zombieflesheater/

http://datacide-magazine.com/
http://praxis.c8.com/

NAHERHOLUNG STERNCHEN
BEROLINASTRASSE 7 10178 BERLIN MITTE
U-BAHNHOF SCHILLINGSTRASSE (U5)
HINTER KINO INTERNATIONAL / RATHAUS MITTE
BEHIND KINO INTERNATIONAL / RATHAUS MITTE

BREAKCORE HARDCORE EXPERIMENTAL NOISE INDUSTRIAL

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM, NO NATIONALISM

SPREAD THE INFO AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!

Entry:
TALKS: free/donation
FROM 9pm: 5 euro until midnight, 8 euro after.

The new issue of Datacide will be available!

 

31-08-2013: THE FUTURE IS CANCELLED @ Köpi Berlin

PRAXIS PRESENTS DATACIDE FUNDRAISER AND RECORD RELEASE OF PRAXIS 51 -THE FUTURE IS CANCELLED 12″

NOIZE CREATOR [suburban trash, praxis]
http://soundcloud.com/suburbantrash

CHRISTOPH DE BABALON [cross fade enter tainment]
http://soundcloud.com/christoph-de-babalon

BRANDON SPIVEY & RICHIE ANDERSON [aka a’simetric, agro, wah wah]
http://soundcloud.com/brandon-spivey
http://www.discogs.com/artist/A%27Simetric

DISCIPLES OF BELIAL [praxis]
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Disciples+Of+Belial

H-KON [clash of the titans]
http://soundcloud.com/h-kon

ZOMBIEFLESHEATER [kritik am leben]
http://soundcloud.com/zombieflesheater

PASTEE [clash of the titans]
http://www.mixcloud.com/NOISEANGRIFF/pastee-18042013-noiseangriff-28/

Visuals by
LoboVideoTomy by SANSCULOTTE & DIGITAL VANDAL (Fr)
http://vimeo.com/sansculotte

MORE TBA

BREAKCORE HARDCORE EXPERIMENTAL ACID JUNGLE

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM, NO NATIONALISM

http://datacide-magazine.com/
http://praxis.c8.com/

 

 

Trailer by Sansculotte for Praxis/Datacide party May 11

praxis presents datacide 13 fundraiser from sans culotte on Vimeo.

11.05.2013 Praxis presents Datacide @ Subversiv Berlin

in den räumen des subversiv e.v., brunnenstrasse 7, berlin-mitte, u8  rosenthaler platz
start: 23:00

DAN HEKATE [HEKATE SOUNDSYSTEM]
http://soundcloud.com/dan-hekate-1

INUSHINI [OHM 52]
http://soundcloud.com/inushini

HETZER [CLASH OF THE TITANS]
http://www.myspace.com/hetzer

BASE FORCE ONE [PRAXIS]
http://soundcloud.com/praxisrecords

H-KON [CLASH OF THE TITANS]
http://soundcloud.com/h-kon

ZOMBIEFLESHEATER [KRITIK AM LEBEN]
http://soundcloud.com/zombieflesheater

SANSCULOTTE VJ [HIRNTRUST]
https://vimeo.com/sansculotte

Fundraiser for the next issue of datacide magazine.

http://datacide-magazine.com/
http://praxis.c8.com/

BREAKCORE EXPERIMENTAL HARDCORE

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM, NO NATIONALISM, NO STARS

KEEPING THE DOOR OF THE COSMOS OPEN

REVIEW: Sun Ra’s Arkestra directed by Marshall Allen at Café OTO, London, 6th December, 2011.

“Here’s a music which announces the presence of another age. At a time when so many voices speak to the people of the earth, I hesitate to add my voice to the tumult. But what I have to say I must say now, and as I feel that I can say things more quickly through music, I have chosen to speak. I need say no more but that we are driving ourselves rapidly and splendidly toward a meeting we have with a better destiny, with a better and more important life” – Sun Ra (1967).

“He showed me how to use the spirit and use what you don’t know and to quit blocking yourself from knowing” – Marshall Allen, speaking of Sun Ra.

‘Rhythm is the only thing secure’ – Samuel R. Delany, Dhalgren.

Having listened to Sun Ra’s music for some 23 years (which I initially discovered thanks to a recommendation from Sonic Youth in an interview), when the opportunity fortuitously presented itself to hear his band the Arkestra play live, on this occasion I jumped at the chance. (In 1995, while living in a former incarnation in Santa Cruz, California, I didn’t make an Arkestra concert cos I was too stoned to leave the room I was in, and hey, Sun Ra had left this planet two years before so it couldn’t be that great without him, right?)

In the intervening years the music of Sun Ra has been a constant in the sounds I choose to listen to, a singular far out reference point co-ordinating and integrating many interests found between life on this planet and in deep space. [Read more →]

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