Wednesday, 19 December 2012

A guided tour round Salford Zine Library

From obscure 1930s Sci-fi publications to Riot Grrl zines and photo collages, Salford Zine Library houses a weird and wonderful collection of self-made publications... And what is the Blue Peter connection...?

Friday, 14 December 2012

Conflict Interview

Colin Jerwood interviewed for Under the Pavement radio show before Conflict played at the Star and Garter, Manchester, on 6 Oct 2012.

Friday, 28 September 2012

Interview with The Shend of the Cravats

Here's an interview conducted a month or two back during the Rebellion festival. What better venue to talk about anarchy and absurdity than Blackpool's answer to the Hollywood Boulevard, the Comedy Carpet. Brought to you in glorious stereo and hungover technicolour.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

New Andy T single available here

Andy T has released his first record in more than 30 years as a follow-up to his legendary recording on Crass Records.

As angry and uncompromising as ever, the full title of Andy's single is "I Still Fucking Hate Thatcher" and is counterbalanced perfectly with "Sing a Happy Song", playing on 33rpm and 45rpm respectively.

Andy's single on Crass Records, Weary of the Flesh, is considered a champion of DaDaist punk. For this project, he is backed by a band featuring members of State of Urgency and the Crow People. Collectively they sound something between Joy Division and PIL with Andy's angry poetry over the top

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Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Cubesville #12 out now

Oh yes, Cubesville #12 is hot off the press bringing you essential anarchist bathroom reading. This issue is a special retrospective on the future featuring all the usual mayhem, described by Negative Reaction as "Bugs n Drugs without the cartoons".

This issue we talk about utopia and dystopia with people who dare to dream including: perennial punk poet Attila the Stockbroker, Polish legends Dezerter and Mancunian armageddonists the Blacklight Mutants.

We take the vegan tardis to the end of the universe and bring you cut out and keep action figures courtesy of Warrington punx Hated till Proven.

At 32 A5 pages it rests snugly beside anyone's toilet.

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