The record reviews from the print edition – written by Nemeton, Eun, Kovert, CF [Read more →]
Presentazione del numero undici della rivista internazionale Datacide
-Cristoph Fringeli- Praxis/ Datacide
-Anna Bolena- Idroscalo digitale
-Fire at work- Stripe 999
-Marco Philopat- Happy B-day!!!
release date: February 2011. 64 pages.
Datacide events, page 3
Nemeton: Political news, page 4
Christoph Fringeli: Hedonism and Revolution: The Barricade and the Dancefloor, page 6
Stewart Home: Dope smuggling, LSD manufacture, organized crime & the law in 1960s London, page 8
John Eden: Shaking the Foundations: Reggae soundsystem meets ‘Big Ben British values’ downtown, page 12
Alexis Wolton: Tortugan tower blocks? Pirate signals from the margins, page 16
Neil Transpontine: Dance before the police come, page 21
Christoph Fringeli: From Subculture to Hegemony: Transversal Strategies of the New Right in Neofolk and Industrial, page 24
Christoph Fringeli: Appendix to “From Subculture to Hegemony”: Metapolitical Strategies of the Nouvelle Droite, page 26
Christoph Fringeli: Appendix to “From Subculture to Hegemony”: Ernst Jünger’s “Waldgang”, page 27
Nemeton: From Conspiracy Theories to Attempted Assassinations: The American Radical Right and the Rise of the Tea Party Movement, page 28
R. C.: How to start with the subject. Notes on Burroughs and the ‘combination of all forms of struggle’, page 37
Record Reviews, page 52
Matthew Fuller and Steve Goodman: Beat Blasted Planet. An interview with Steve Goodman on ‘Sonic Warfare’, page 58
Terra Audio: “Free Parties”, page 60
Gorki Plubakter: “This is the end… the official ending”, page 61
The Lives and TImes of Bloor Schleppy (11), page 62
Charts, page 63
With 64 pages, this is the biggest issue of datacide yet!
Available now for EUR 4.00 incl. postage – order now by sending this amount via paypal to praxis(at)c8.com, or send EUR 10 for 3 issues (note that currently only issues 10 and 11 are available), but you can also pre-order future issues.
We are currently adding the last finishing touches to the new print edition of datacide!
And we are preparing 2 events to launch Datacide 11: an evening of talks and a party:
Thursday, 3. February 2011 – TALKS & DISCUSSION
Cagliostro, Lenbachstr. 10, (Ostkreuz), from 17h
“333 bpm” – a sonic-fiction by Riccardo Balli
Iconographic references by: Caina
Every style in electronic music inspires a certain social behaviour, well more, it actually structures the listener’s brainframe. Do you want to know how? And, above all, do you want to smash this social brainframe down by hyper-mixing genres? Some tips on how to do this can maybe come from this fiction, a sonic one, of course!
Dance before the police come – talk by Neil Transpontine
What’s going on when police raid parties? Neil Transpontine explores the different ways laws on sex, drugs, noise, property and subversion are used to constrain dancing in the UK and across the world.
Friday, 4. February 2011 – PARTY
The resistance against Trance for bores a la MFS and Superstition and commercial techno by Marusha and Westbam keeps growing: The Mover (PCP) told us about Parties at the anti-fascist centre in Karlsruhe with 300 people, the first two events by DJ Raid and Christoph de Babalon at the Rote Flora in Hamburg attracted 500/600 people and in Berlin despite of Mayday happening the same night, 1000 hardcore maniacs came to “RETURN OF THE HARDCORE” with E-De-Cologne (Napalm), Xol-Dog 400, DJ Raid (Battletech Termination Source), Tetsuo Heroin (Bass Terror Sound System) and the resident DJ- team the Gabbanauts. Also 800 people found their way to the Bunker on New Years Eve for “RETURN OF THE SON OF HARDCORE” with Ec8or (a.k.a. E-De-Cologne, Carl Crack (Atari Teenage Riot), Moonraker (Bass Terror Sound System), SDI and the Gabbanauts. The Bass Terror Sound System (Alec Empire, Carl Crack, Moonraker,…) also tell us about Free Parties organised at short noticewith 250-300 people, even though the whole promotion only consisted in giving out between 50-100 flyers! Therefore E-De-Cologne is planning to move to Berlin in the near future, as Jammin Unit (Force Inc.) has done recently, because Cologne is still only reacting to trance and mellow tranquilizer acid.
That the Hardcore scene is getting stronger is also reflected by the label- and production side of things: [Read more →]