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Joke Lanz / Sudden Infant Interview

Full Interview with Joke Lanz about his beginnings in the Punk scene in Switzerland in the 1980s, the birth of his son and the early years of the Sudden Infant project and Schimpfluch Gruppe. From Punk to Noise to Actionism, the human voice as expression and instrument, extensive touring and eventually a turn back towards a more rock oriented format in the latest incarnation of Sudden Infant as a noise rock band.

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Almanac for Noise & Politics 2016

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

The second Almanac – print edition from 2016 – appears as a eBook today. Topics covered in this issue are Nomex – including an appraisal of his life by Jo Burzynska, an interview with John Eden and an extensive discography of his works and his label Adverse. You find two articles for a critique of the left – from the left. A look at far right transversal strategies in Neofolk and Martial Industrial, and a look back on the Vision label 1986-1992.

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Nomex & Adverse Discography

Updated version of the Nomex and Adverse Records discography originally from the Almanac for Noise & Politics Volume Two (2016). It includes Nomex’s releases on his own Adverse label, partially based on the now-defunct Adverse website, the Maschinenbau 7″s, the releases on Praxis and other essential noise and concept-core.

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The Molehill Report

The Molehill Report #13 – January 2024

January 2024: We present the new print edition of Datacide – Magazine for Noise & Politics, show someexcerpts from an extensive interview with Stewart Home about his early years, his book The Assault on Culture and the Art Strike 1990-1993, as well as updates with some other developments at Datacide and Noise & Politics.

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The Molehill Report

The Molehill Report #12 – August 2023

August 2023: We present excerpts of an interview with Dan Hekate aka The Wirebug, there are two recent releases in the Praxis Digital Remix Series, Alex Buess has relaunched Skin & Speech Recordings, Controlled Weirdness presents his new podcast “Tales from a Disappearing City”, Stewart Home has a new book out and Sozialistischer Plattenbau has re-issued Kovert’s Hybrid Riddim.

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The Molehill Report

The Molehill Report #10 – December 2022

In episode 10 of The Molehill Report – the video newsletter/magazine of our Noise & Politics YouTube channel – Christoph Fringeli looks back at the early days of Praxis Records, the label he started in 1992 in London. He traces the mutations of the label as well as the environment it launched and continues to launch its musical interventions.

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