Datacide Sixteen release!

DATACIDE SIXTEEN is ready! Order or subscribe NOW to get your copy with the first mailout!

Table of content see below / click on cover image to get to the Order page!
If you prefer to order without creating an account in the Praxis Shop, you can also just paypal 5 euro (single issue)/ 15 euro (subscription for 3 issues) to info@datacide-magazine.com – However when ordering through the shop you will receive a voucher for a 10% discount for your next order.

In order to be able to offer the super-cheap price of only 5 euro INCL. world wide shipping we need to be able to do bulk shipments. The first lot will leave datacide HQ in Berlin Thursday March 16 at 2pm. If you order before 1pm your copy will be included.

Even better than just ordering a copy of the new issue, please consider taking out a SUBSCRIPTION for only 15 euro for three issues incl. shipping. [this will also protect you against a future rise of the cover price – which is quite likely]

BERLINERS are welcome to join us this friday, March 17, 2017, at Vetomat, Wühlischstr. 42, for a small launch event with a presentation of the new issue and a public discussion with datacide contributors Christoph Fringeli, Alexia Elliott and others t.b.c. Meet for some drinks, küfa, and noise!

 

Everything Else is Even More Ridiculous – Introduction by Christoph Fringeli

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What strikes me when I look back at the first issue of datacide is that there is no editorial, no statement of intent — something remarkable for a new marginal publication launching itself.

Instead, the zine jumps right in with a reprinted update on the then proposed new police bill. This is followed by news items about a record company trying to copyright the term ‘Teknival’. We perceived these events as a two-pronged assault by the state and by commerce on what we saw as an emerging underground movement connected to hard electronic dance music. Indeed the following news about ‘new networks of distribution and communication’ were trying to counteract this with the optimistic proposal of a mode of autonomous organisation that would function in an ‘entirely decentralized manner that allows the specific identity of its “members” maximum freedom, a rhizome-like structure that is invisible and everywhere at the same time’. This is then illustrated with news about current activities of record labels and soundsystem crews, reviews of parties and interspersed with some experimental fiction pieces. The mixture of artist interviews, record reviews, technology critique, counter-cultural angles as well as programmatic texts set the tone for the following issues. In datacide one it was left to the London Psychogeographical Association to make an explicit call for communism, while it was Flint Michigan who provided a programmatic text titled BREAK/FLOW versus DATACIDE.

Due to the political climate at the time the first issue went to print, datacide didn’t need explanations or an explicit statement of intent to be understood by its audience. [Read more →]

NOISEBEGRIFF#2: ZELLER INSTORE AND DATACIDE 15 VERNISSAGE AT PRAXIS STORE BERLIN 12-05-2016

Vernissage for Datacide 15 with ZELLER live instore & More!

Datacide Fifteen is out and was presented last weekend at the London Radical Bookfair. We return to Berlin for an early evening of experimental sounds and radical insights.

Instore live set by
Zeller https://soundcloud.com/zeller-1

DJs

fgnugn
Christoph Fringeli
Zombieflesheater

NoiseBegriff – Occasional Assaults #2

Strictly from 7-10 pm
Free entry!

Praxis & Concrete Cosmos present Aural Extremisms @ K9 Berlin 19-06-2015

19-06-2015 – Praxis and Concrete Cosmos present Aural Extremisms at K9, Kinzigstr. 9, 10247 Berlin.

Talks and Screenings from 8pm: Introduction by Christoph Fringeli on current Datacide Projects and 23 years of Praxis.

Screening of “Nothing Essential Happens in the Abscence of Noise” Praxis Records documentary by Silvia Biagioni (screening starts 9pm).

DJ Controlled Weirdness: “Journeys in the Naked City – A Psychogeography of Dancing in the 1980s and early 90s” (talk) & discussion.

From 11pm: Live & DJ sets by DJ Controlled Weirdness, Nemeton, Darkam, D!NAM!K, Destrooy aka Dubdub, Ari Nev, Aekre. Visuals by Sansculotte.

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Praxis presents Datacide @ Subversiv e.V. Berlin 14-06-2014

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ISTARI LASTERFAHRER
https://soundcloud.com/istari-lasterfahrer

DESPER
https://soundcloud.com/desper_of_slepcy

H-KON
https://soundcloud.com/h-kon

CHRISTOPH FRINGELI
https://soundcloud.com/praxisrecords

ZOMBIEFLESHEATER
https://soundcloud.com/zombieflesheater

SANSCULOTTE_video
https://vimeo.com/sansculotte

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

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM, NO NATIONALISM

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in the space of Subversiv e.V. Brunnenstrasse 7, Berlin-Mitte, near Rosenthaler Platz.

 

starts 11pm!


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