datacide seventeen: magazine for noise & politics
by Christoph Fringeli Author
datacide seventeen: magazine for noise & politics is a European magazine full of political articles, book and music reviews, art and comics.
Issue seventeen discuses politics such as a review of 2017 in the US politics, the revealing of agents in a legal battle against the US Metropolitan police for abuse, as well as surveillance and repression by the police force against activists, anti-terrorism measures and human rights across nations the 2017 summit of the G20 in Hamburg, Lewisham '77 myth and anti-fascist history, dictating democracy in East Africa, the 10th anniversary of the October Revolution, psychiatrists and politics and more.
Reviews include an interview with Cosey Fanni Tutti, a reflection of Third Cinema, a book review of Against the Fascist Creep by Alexander Reid Ross, and reviews of 30 record reviews.
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