Almanac for Noise & Politics 2015

Almanac for Noise & Politics – Volume One out now as eBook

The Almanac for Noise & Politics Volume One is now available as an eBook for datacide subscribers – and for a very short time as a free download via our telegram channel (wetransfer link will expire April 11)!

The Almanac was originally released around nine years ago as an A6-sized pocket book with the title ‘Almanac for Noise & Politics 2015’. It combines classic and key texts from Flint Michigan’s ‘Post-Media Operators’, Neil Transpontine’s ‘A Loop Da Loop Era – Towards an (Anti-) History of Rave’, Christoph Fringeli’s ‘Radical Intersections’ and Alexis Wolton’s ‘Vinyl Meltdown’ – all important texts from the Praxis/Datacide cluster, augmented with a take on the ‘Unfinished History of the Italian Autonomia’ titled ‘Plague in this Town’ by Matthew Hyland, and ‘Just Say NON – Nazism, Narcissism and Boyd Rice’ by whomakesthenazis. There’s also a short story by Dan Hekate and an interview with Christoph Fringeli on Praxis + more. Art by Matthieu Bourel, linxi, sansculotte, Tóng Zhi! And more!

The first almanac for noise & politics originally appeared in October 2015 as a A6 sized pocket book combining some important texts from past issues of datacide and other sources providing a great introduction to the world of datacide magazine and Praxis records. Now it’s available for the first time in digital format!

It’s free to subscribers and can also be downloaded for free when joining our Telegram channel this week until April 11, 14:45.

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