new datacide sticker is here!

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The new datacide sticker is designed by Diskore of Darkmatter Soundsystem.

Pick up some stickers to spread around Berlin at Praxis shop/Cagliostro.

In Girum Imus Nocte Et Consumimur Igni – Guy Debord Obituary (1995)

“At night we walk in a circle and are consumed by fire”
Guy Debord Obituary by Michel Comte, published in Alien Underground 0.1, 1995 [Read more →]

Autonomous Print Creations – Some Reviews from Alien Underground 0.1 (1195)

AUTONOMOUS PRINT CREATIONS- SOME REVIEWS
Published in 1995 in Alien Underground 0.1 (1995!! – so please note that almost all if not all the addresses of the reviewed publications are out of date, so don’t send cash or cheques, we leave the addresses as references only!)
…these print creations are cultural noises, small unexplained pockets of activity, interference to the flow of the mainstream, easy to ignore but hard to fully grasp or define… [Read more →]

Praxis: Nothing Essential Happens In The Absence of Noise

From Alien Underground 0.0, London 1994
by Praxis

Nothing Essential Happens in the Absence of Noise

Techno is the culture that was born from the sores of an unintelligible urban territory. Cultural production, corporate or independent, only could produce extreme boredom, apathy when the post war years got recycled in ever shorter cycles, art imploded and personal computers got widely available. The industry then got the fear, Horror Vacui, because the principle of its organisation > the top-to-bottom one way transmission > got short circuited, & there was no transmitter or receiver, only a mixer & rooms full of people + noise. [Read more →]

Critical Art Ensemble: The Electronic Disturbance (Autonomedia, 1994)

Review from Alien Underground 0.0, London 1994
by Flint Michigan

Critical Art Ensemble:
The Electronic Disturbance
(Autonomedia, 1994)
A collection of 6 essays that take a look at the changing face of resistance in the now much hyped technological age with its electronic spaces that are creating social conditions that the CAE like to call liquescence. On a first flick this collection looks like one more revamping of the Deleuze and Guattari vocabulary with a nod to everyones best mates – the Situationist International. [Read more →]

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