Features: Revolution and Counterrevolution in Germany 1919; Marxism Contra Jusice; Ghosts & Handbags; Masterless Mouths; Book Reviews: A Fascist Tulpa in the White House?; Lions led by Jackals; France – What’s new for the Left? Poetry & Fiction by Howard Slater, Dan Hekate. Plus: News roundup, record reviews by Low Entropy, Saxenhammer, Controlled Weirdness, Prole Sector, Christoph Fringeli, Charts, Comix and Visuals by dybbuk, Darkam, lesekill, sansculotte.
Features: Cosey Fanni Tutti: Memoirs of a Woman of Extreme Pleasures (Book Review and Exclusive Interview); Unparaphraseable Life – Notes on Third Cinema; Down with Childhood & Adulthood. Documents: Black October: Ten Years of the Russian Revolution (1927); Psychiatrists and Politics (1967). Book Reviews: Alexander Reid Ross: Against the Fascist Creep. News: Political News; G20 in Hamburg Roundup; Lewisham ‘77 – Myth and Anti-Fascist History; Dictating Democracy in East Africa. Plus: Record Reviews, Charts, Comix and Visuals.
Features: Poisoned Fruit in the Walled Garden – The Alt Right: A Growing Problem, But Not a New One; Armed Competitiveness – The Working Class Gets Called Up to Fight Itself: Notes on a Recruitment Crisis; ‘Comrade Doctor’ – On David Cooper and ‘Anti-Psychiatry’; On Mystification (1978); Siege Mentality – Manson, Manson, Moynihan: On the Fringes of American Nazism. Book Reviews: “Angry White People – Coming Face-to-Face with the British Far Right”; Demented Idioms – Schizo Culture, Event & Book; Eat Like an Idealist! The Assassin – An Association of Musical Marxist Reader; Undeclared War With Israel: Jeffery Heft on East Germany and the West German Far Left 1967-1989 and their role in the Middle East; Far-Left Press Coverage of the 2016 Anti-Semitism Row in the Labour Party and other Leftist Groups. Texts: An Addition to the Guinness World Records; But What of the Ghosts? News & Updates: Educating in England – An Update; Keith Robison Desert Storm Obituary; Notes from Non-Existence – Brexit vs. the Proletariat. Plus: Record Reviews, Charts, Comixs and Visuals.
Features: Towards a New African Fascism; Multiculturalism, Immunisation and Rhythm: Interview with Alexej Ulbricht; Last Survivors or First Mutants: Notes on Surplus Population; A Deadly Mediterranean: Technical Trials of Modern Warfare; Sincere Genesis: On Félix Guattari and Groups; Interview with Osha Neumann; Marketisation of Mass Education in England: A Brief History; A Cry Against Help & 13 Protheses on Carelessness of the Self. Book Reviews: ‘These Days are not to be Missed’: 1990s Rave and Club Culture in Fiction; Peter Sedgwick: Psycho Politics – Laing, Foucault, Goffman, Szasz and the Future of Mass Psychiatry; Marcel Bois: Kommunisten gegen Hitler und Stalin. Die linke Opposition der KPD in der Weimarer Republik – Eine Gesamtdarstellung. Fiction: Pigeon. Music: Fluxus and DIY Concerts; Datacide Activities Since the Last Issue. News: Endless War; Infiltration and Agent Provocateurs; Surveillance, Control and Repression; Neo-Nazis, the National Socialist Underground and the State; Why Do Refugees Want To Go To England? Plus: Record Reviews, Charts, Comics and Illustrations.
Features: When Will We Leave the 20th Century?; Dancing with Death: The Excremental, the Sacred & Ecstatic Community in Free Party Culture; Archeology of the Radical Internet: Reflections on the early European Counter Network in the Age of ‘Networked Social Movements’; ‘They Hate Us, We Hate Them’: Resisting Police Corruption and Violence in Hackney in the 1980s and 1990s; Journeys in the Naked City. Adventures in New York Before the Rain; Wild Ride> Subcultural Rumblings in the Pacific Northwest _ form of: mutant vehicle; German Data Angst. Fiction and Poetry: Cut-Up-Marx; Incorrect Classification Possible; The Bodyshop; Star Spores: The Computerised City; Star Spores: The Magnetic Timetable. Print Reviews: Remixology: Tracing the Dub Diaspora; Sound System Culture: Celebrating Hudersfield’s Sound Systems; G.P.O. v G.P-O: A Chronicle of Mail Art of Trial; The Rabbit Hole and other writings by Cyrus Bozorgmehr; Splitting in Two: Mad Pride and Punk Rock Oblivion; Die Revolution war für mich ein grosses Abenteuer. Paul Mattick im Gespräch mit Michael Buckmiller; More Years for the Locust: The Origins of the SWP; Das Israelpseudos der Pseudolinken; Emperor Palpatine. Music: Invincible Tedium; Shuffle from Plunderphonics: ‘Chris Cutler’ Remixed; Vinyl Meltdown, Side B; Datacide Activities Since the Last Issue. News: Endless War; Surveillance, Control and Repression; Social Media and Internet Surveillance; Music Industry and Copyright; Uganda – Anti-Homosexuality Bill Update. Plus: Record Reviews, Charts, Comics and Illustrations, as well as the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy.
Features: Confessions of an Accidental Activist; Spiral Tribe Interview with Mark Harrison by Neil Transpontine; ‘Revolt of the Ravers’ – The Movement Against the Criminal Justice Act; What is this Future?; Wikipedia-A Vernacular Encyclopedia. Fiction: Shared Vertigo; Crystal Distortion; Cut-Up Marx; EARTH ‘A RUN RED. Print Reviews: Identity, Commodity and Authority: Two New Books on Adorno and Horkheimer; Life During Wartime: Resisting Counterinsurgency; One Night in Stammheim; White Power Music. Music: Emencified Shrill Out-Nomex at the Controls; Vinyl Meltdown, Prt. 1. News: Infiltration and Agent Provocateurs, Vision Tech, Endless War, Surveillance, Control and Repression; NSU Update; UK Antifa update; Implosion of the Socialist Workers Party. PLUS: Record Reviews, Charts, Comics and Illustrations, as well as the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy.
Features: Communisation Theory and the Question of Fascism; From Adorno to Mao – The Decomposition of the ’68 Protest Movement into Maoism (extended book review); Control and Freedom in Geographic Information Systems; Bolognoise ain’t a Sauce for Spagheti but Bologna’s Soundscape; Polaris International: Documents and Interventions; TechNET; The Dog’s Bollocks – Vagina Dentata Organ and the Valls Brothers (interview); Spannered – Bert Random Interview; When Hell is full the Dead will Dance on you iPhone (Review of Simon Reynold’s ‘Retromania’). Fiction: Kiss me, cut me, hurt me, love me; Useless Ease; 2023: A Spor remembers ‘Reclaim the Streets’. Print Reviews: ‘Fight for Freedom’ – The Legend of the ‘other’ Germany (book review); ‘West of Eden: Communes and Utopia in Northern California’ (book review); Christopher Partridge: Dub in Babylon (book review). Music Reviews: Jeff Mills: Violet Extremist; Keeping the Door of the Cosmos open – on Sun Ra’s Arkestra. Comics by Darkam and Sanculotte. Plus news, record reviews, the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy, and charts.
Features: Hedonism and Revolution: The Barricade and the Dancefloor; Dope smuggling, LSD manufacture, organized crime & the law in 1960s London; Shaking the Foundations: Reggae soundsystem meets ‘Big Ben British values’ downtown; Tortugan tower blocks? Pirate signals from the margins; Dancing before the police come; From Subculture to Hegemony: Transversal Strategies of the New Right in Neofolk and Industrial; From Conspiracy Theories to Attempted Assassinations: The American Radical Right and the Rise of the Tea Party Movement; How to start with the subject. Notes on Burroughs and the ‘combination of all forms of struggle’. Fiction: Sonic Fictions by Riccardo Balli; Digital Disease by Dan Hekate; Infra-Noir. 23 Untitled Poems by Howard Slater; Office Work by Matthew Fuller. Also: Beat Blasted Planet. An interview with Steve Goodman on ‘Sonic Warfare’ by Matthew Fuller and Steve Goodman; Free Parties by Terra Audio; This is the end… the official ending by Gorki Plubakter. Plus political news, record reviews, charts and the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy.
Historification of rave cultures features: A Loop Da Loop Era – towards an (anti-)history of Rave; Radical Intersections; You’re Too Young to Remember the Eighties – Dancing in a different time; More than just a Night out – Rave as confrontation; All things fall and will be built again; Visible and invisible fragments of experiences (About Bogotrax festival); Commodities for the Jilted Generation; and Teknival and the emancipatory potential of technology. features: Sessionist Outernational: Self Exile and Poetry; Convergent Suggestions: On Surrealism and Organization; Denial Networks – On Crisis and Continuity in the 9/11 Truth Movement. Plus book, film and record reviews, “Battlenoise!” and the ideology of Martial Industrial, charts, the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy and more.
News and record label reports from L.A., Berlin, Brazil, Israel, Italy, including of course the report on the severe repression against Czeck-Tek. Features: Howard Slater on Roots Music and the Politics of Production; Neoliberal Geopraphies and proletarian revolts in Osaka, Japan; CF writes a polemic against Anti-Imperialism: Bankruptcy of the Left?; CF on Anti-Semitism from Beyond the Grave: Muslimgauze’s Jihad; an Inteview with industrial act Coil from 1986. Plus Interview with a Photocopier, a polemic by the Sessionist Outernational, book and record reviews, charts, the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy and more.
features: Matthew Hyland on Refugee Subjectivity, an article on Historical action and passion in Antonio Negri’s Insurgencies; Howard Slater on Godard as a Child of Marx and Coca-Cola; Stewart Home: Was marx a Postmodernist?; Matthew Fuller: The World Made Flesh; interview: Slepcy; music: Submission Soundtracking. Plus reviews, news, charts, Bloor and more.
features: Post Media Operators: Sovereign and vague; New Age Policing – Biology is Ideology; Kosovo; WTO/G8/J18/N30/Mayday/Human Throwdown: Resistance is Fertile; Personalised Racism; Roma Riot; We mean it man: Death in June not mysterious; Dreamstory: Eyes Wide Shut; book review by Stewart Home about Guy Debord. Plus reviews, news, charts, Bloor and more.
features: Matthew Fuller: Criminal Minded; Howard Slater: Long Live Death – On Pasolini’s Salo; Matthew Hyland: State (of) Emergency – Nailbombs and Bio-Politics; Ministries of the Orgasm – ‘Sexpol’ in Reich and Makavejev. music features: Possessed in the City of Quartz: Jungle Voodoo interview by Rachael Kozak; Cavage Interview by Suckpop; B.S.E. – Bad Sector Electro by Autotoxicity; Involutionary Music by Howard Slater about Ultra-red; Wreck’n’Roll – HWF update. Plus reviews, charts, news and the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy.
features: Christoph Fringeli: Information War, Terror and Cultural Subversion; Howard Slater: Autotraumatisation – On the Movies of John Carpenter; Scud: Expect to be Exposed to Murder at Any Time; Bomb Graffiti; CF on Prevention of Terrorism?; Christoph Fringeli: Noise, Politics and the Media. music features: The Homewrecker Foundation: Sex is Vinyl; Flint Michigan: Winter of Discontent – The Pop Group. Plus news, record & print reviews, charts, the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy, and more.
features: Luther Blissett: Let the Children Play (Pedophilia as a pretext for a witch-hunt); Howard Slater: The Western; Matthew Hyland: Plague in this Town (on the Autonomia movement in Italy). interview with No-Tek. music features: Flint Michigan: Means From An End (on recent Mille Plateaux releases); Peter Edwards: The Endless Short Story. book review by CF of Alex Constantine: Virtual Government – CIA Mind Control Operations in America (Feral House 1997). film review: Wag the Dog. Plus record reviews, news, short stories, rants, the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy, and more.
news: princess Di, teknivals, new record releases, and headcleaner. fiction: butech wants you, six hurts by dan hekate, plague of the zombies by boris karloff, the assessor, mr.chairman… by g. features: Perpetual Commotion (on Critical Art Ensemble) by Matthew Fuller, Parallaxed (on Parallax View / Alan J.Pakula) by Howard Slater. interviews with Bloody Fist and Deadly Buda. book reviews: Trocchi/ Mind Invaders/ Blood and Volts. exhibition review: The Inanimate Farmhand (on August Sander) by Matthew Hyland. Plus: record reviews, charts, the lives and times of bloor schleppy, and more.
news & reports: london riots, usa, job seekers allowance, legal defense and monitoring group. fiction by matthew fuller, rev. butech, dan and vns matrix. interview with Konrad Becker: Virtual Worlds and Concrete Strategies. features & articles: Gnostic Front – Cultural Studies and Other Suicide Cults by Matthew Hyland; Search and Destroy – Burroughs, Black Panthers, RAF; What the Fuck – Spanner case by Jo Burzynska; Post Media Operators by Flint Michigan. music features: Dark…darker…dirty – Taxi Tracks by Flint Michigan; The Realisation and Suppression of Techno by Autotoxicity. Plus countless record reviews in noise, techno, drum & bass & phuture hardcore, charts, the lives and times of bloor schleppy.
news: police bill, teknivals, new years eve, urban transmissions, network 23, welcome to copland, X33 to CT, new releases, techno-zines. interview: Test Tube Kid. features & articles: Lab Rats a Go-Go (on surveillance culture) by Matthew Fuller. I am an alien (wo)man by the London Psychogeographical Association. Garbage People (on random assassinations, manson family and police terror). Breakflow vs. Datacide (on libidinal musics and machinic mayhem). plus: countless record reviews, short features, charts, and the lives and times of bloor schleppy.
Alien Underground 0.1
news; We Are Invisible! Dead by Dawn; Germany Scene Report; DJ Jackal Communique #2; AAA Action Update!; features: The Mover-Earth Year 2017 Interview; In Search of Morph; Fight the Imperial Forces: Force Inc./Riot Beats/Mille Plateaux Interview; In Girum Imus Nocte et Consumimur Igni: Guy Debord Obituary; Intelligence Is No Longer on the Side of Power: Interview with Sadie Plant; !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Long Live the Underground!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (A Fax from Alec Empire); Elements Toward TechNET Track 3; Ambidextrous Neuropraxia; Reload Interview; Book Reviews; Press Reviews; Record Reviews and DJ Charts
Alien Underground 0.0
news; features: Against the Criminal Justice Bill; Sähkö Interview; Morphing Culture; Digital Hardcore Interview; Nothing Essential Happens in the Absence of Noise; DJ Jackal Communique #1; Freedom is Slavery: The Rules of Propaganda; Belief is the Enemy; Book Reviews; Record Reviews and DJ Charts
- datacide two Release Date: June 1997. 24 Pages. Datacide: JSA Navigation Datacide: Legal Defense and Monitoring Group Interview Datacide: Virtual Worlds and Concrete Strategies - Interview with Konrad Becker Matthew Hyland: Gnostic Front - Cultural Studies and Other Suicide Cult Klaus Witz: Search & Destroy Jo Burzynska: What the Fuck?…
- datacide six Release Date: May 1999. 32 Pages. Datacide: Introduction NOTE ON KOSOVO Matthew Hyland: STATE (OF) EMERGENCY: Nail Bombs and Bio-Politics Matthew Fuller: CRIMINAL MINDED Howard Slater: “LONG LIVE DEATH”: On Pasolini's "Salo" Matthew Hyland: MINISTRIES OF THE ORGASM: 'Sexpol' in Reich and Makavejev Suckpop: IN THE CATACOMBS BURNS…
- datacide nine Release Date: May 2006. 44 Pages. Datacide: Introduction Terry Ordo and Accomplices: TEK IT UP Retrigger: Brazilian Scene breakcore Israel Howard Slater: Lotta Continua: Roots Music and the Politics of Production YOU MUST HELP YOURSELF: NEO-LIBERAL GEOGRAPHIES AND WORKER INSURGENCY IN OSAKA Matthew Hyland: SAY FEAR IS A…