Release Date: 31 October 2008. 56 Pages.
Terry Ordo: Eng-Land
Secessionist Outernational: Self-Exile and Poetry
Secessionist Outernational: Secessionist Outernational
Howard Slater: Convergent Suggestion – Notes on Organisation and Surrealism
Nemeton: On Mikhailov’s “Unfinished Dissertation”
JR: Denial Networks – On Crisis and Continuity in the 9/11 Truth Movement
JR: Debunking Resources: Appendix to Denial Networks
Neil Transpontine: A Loop Da Loop Era – Towards an (anti-)History of Rave
CF: Radical Intersections
Controlled Weirdness: You’re Too Young to Remember the Eighties – Dancing in a Different Time
The Reverend: More Than Just a Night Out – Rave as Confrontation
Dan Hekate: All Things Fall and Will Be Built Again
Rafael Castellanos: Visible and Invisible Fragments of Experiences – About Bogotrax Festival
Hans-Christian Psaar: Commodities for the Jilted Generation
Alexis Wolton: Teknival and the Emancipatory Potential of Technology
Stewart Home: Peter Whitehead and the Sixties
JR: On “The Description of Bankruptcy”
CF: François Genoud: The Life of a Swiss Banker and Fascist Anti-Imperialist
Nemeton: “Everybody Talks About the Weather… We Don’t: The Writings of Ulrike Meinhof”
DJ Balli: Audio-Philosophical Dwellings
DJ Balli: “Situationism on Wheels: Skatebored is not Skateboard” – A Corollary to “In Skatebored We Noize!” (+Bel. 04)
CF: The End of Vinyl? – Again?
Nemeton: “Pencil Break: A Graphicore Compilation” (full review)
CF: “Battlenoise!” and the Ideology of Martial Industrial
Record Reviews and (1) (2) (3) (4)
plus: charts and the lives and times of Bloor Schleppy.
Note: This issue is no longer available as single copy, but the whole issue is featured in the collection Everything Else is Even More Ridiculous: A Decade of Noise & Politics – Datacide Magazine 1-10.
- OUT NOW: with 56 pages the biggest datacide so far, it's full of features and reviews. Secessionist Outernational: Self-Exile and Poetry, Howard Slater: Convergent Suggestion - on Surrealism and Organisation, JR: Denial Networks - On Crisis and Continuity in the 9/11 Truth Movement, Neil Transpontine: A Loop Da Loop Era…
- Thanks to Frank for the pictures!
- Not entirely without hesitation we publish our "traditional" list of the most read articles of the previous year. The hesitation comes from the fact that it looks like it's mostly the same articles that are read year in and year out. It has been suggested before that perhaps we should…