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Updated 03-03-2021

Magazine issues 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, and 18, almanac 2015 and 2016, and the ‘Everything Else…’ books are available in paper format, plus issues 14, 15 and 16 in A5 format which we experimented with for a bit.

Currently issue 16 (normal A4 format) and the ‘Everything Else…’ book are being reprinted. Production is exceptionally slow. Realistically we expect copies in April 2021.

You can order single issues of the magazine as well as the almanacs by sending EUR 6.00 to info[at]datacide-magazine.com via paypal (including worldwide postage), or EUR 23.00 for 3 issues. You can take out a subscription for 4 issues, which can include previous and future issues. Please indicate which issues you wish to receive (e.g. “issues 11, 13, 15”).

Everything Else is Even More Ridiculous – A Decade of Noise & Politics, Datacide Issues 1-10 (A4 364 page softcover book) is available for 20 euro, plus 4 euro towards shipping.

Back issues and subscriptions can be obtained directly from us HERE, or via the Praxis Online Shop.

List of Stores Selling Datacide

Germany:

Berlin

Praxis Records & Books
c/o Disconnect Store Berlin
Finowstr. 25
10247 Berlin-Friedrichshain
Tel. +49 (0)175 870 3908
info(at)praxis-records.net

You can also find Datacide in the following Berlin shops. Schwarze Risse and Motto usually have back issues and books, while the other shops tend to have only the current issue.

Schwarze Risse
Mehringhof
Gneisenaustrasse 2a
10961 Berlin

Motto
Skalitzer Str. 68 HH
10997 Berlin

Kisch & Co. Buchhandlung
Oranienstraße 25
10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Müßiggang
Oranienstr. 14a,
Heinrichplatz
10999 Berlin

Rotes Antiquariat
Rungestraße 20
10179 Berlin

Buchhandlung zur schwankenden Weltkugel
Kastanienallee 85
10435 Berlin – Prenzlauer Berg
Telefon 030/4409158

Tricky Tunes
Mainzer Str. 8
10247 Berlin

b_books
Lübbenerstr. 14
10997 Berlin
_49_30_6117844

Hamburg

Buchhandlung im Schanzenviertel
Schulterblatt 55 Tel: 040 430 08 08

Potsdam

Sputnik
Charlottenstr. 28
D_14467 Potsdam
Phone + Fax : 0331 5813679

London

All London outlets as well as Active and AK should usually have current and back issues in stock.

Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Rd
London, N1 9DX

56a Infoshop
56a Crampton St
LONDON SE17 3AE UK

Freedom Bookshop
Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX

Active Distribution UK

Scotland
AK Press

Amsterdam, Netherlands:

Het Fort van Sjakoo Bookstore
Jodenbreestraat 24
Amsterdam

France:

Toolbox Record Store
30 Rue St. Ambroise
75011 Paris

Hungary:

Gondolkodó Bookshop
Logodi utca 51.
Budapest 1012

Italy:

Sonic Belligeranza
Via Mascarella 22
40126 Bologna
Open every day from 6pm till midnight.
Phone +393332792844

Switzerland

Basel:

PLATTFON Records
Feldbergstrasse 48
CH-4057 Basel
+41 61 681 34 73

USA:

California:

Darkmatter Soundsystem
email: info(at)darkmattersoundsystem.com, T: (323) 769-5844

Skylight Books
1818 N. Vermont, Los Angeles, T: (323) 660-1175

Book Soup
8818 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, T: (310) 659-3110

Little Black Cart: Distributor of anti-political books
Berkeley, T: (510) 842-6481

Amoeba Music
1855 Haight St., San Francisco, T: (415) 831-1200

Bound Together Anarchist Collective Bookstore
1369 Haight St., San Francisco, T: (415) 431-8355

Issues: Magazines and More
4198 Piedmont Ave., Oakland, 94611, T: (510) 652-5700

New York City, NY

DeWitt Wallace Periodical Room Zine Collection, New York Public Library
Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, New York City, 10018-2788

We are always interested to hear from outlets and are keen on listing them on this page!

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