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Derry Anarchist Bookfair: ‘Brilliant success’

February 2nd: Derry’s first ever Radical Bookfair was held in over the Bloody Sunday week of events on Saturday 28th January 2017 in Pilots Row Community Centre.

Book interview: Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist

January 27th: An annotated edition of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist has just been published by AK Press.

Your guide to 2017 anarchist bookfairs in the British Isles

January 9th: Every year the anarchist movement has its biggest get-together at the London Anarchist Bookfair at the end of October.

Sexism, Punk and Drone Warfare: Interview with In the Evil Hour

January 6th: A few weeks ago a friend of mine posted ‘Predators’ by North East punk band In Evil Hour; an intelligent, ferocious critique of Drone warfare which reminds me a little of Rise Against.

Walks For Motorists – An Interview with WHITE HILLS

July 27th: I’m sure you have noticed that in late capitalism much of mainstream culture, including music, is the tarted up results of market forces and the commodification of all things, it cannot help but be bereft of meaning and over arching purpose, it has nothing much to say and no idea where it is going; it

Interview with The Restarts

October 17th: Our Music editor Tim Forster brings us another great interview, this time with left-wing punk band The Restarts!

From Tomorrow and Beyond: An Interview with The Oscillation

July 30th: Investigating the various bands at this year’s Camden Crawl I came across ”The Oscillation’ a band who have had various incarnations and at present consists of Tom Relleen, Valentina Magaletti and founder member Demian Castellanos.  After listening to a couple of tracks I visited their website which  comments, ‘The Oscillation’s third album “From Tomorrow” is

Gig review: Billy Bragg @ The Hammersmith Apollo 1/05/2014

May 2nd: It is May Day.


March 28th:   Plastic Concrete: new work by Antoine Chessex for Apartment House & Jérôme Noetinger with Steve Noble/Yoni Silver Duo @ CAFE OTO 28/02/2014 This intriguing and ultimately satisfying concert opened with two improvisations featuring Yoni Silver on bass clarinet and Steve Noble on percussion, the first of which was poised, stuttering on the threshold of