20091125

Wasteland...


done

20091123

Classwar Karaoke Survey 0008 Released!


undRess Beton - classwar karaoke 0008


a quiet monday & abdul 'ben' camel
colin jon conass
anthony donovan & jaan patterson
fonik
iku turso
kalinstongue
lezet
murmurists
pixyblink & bryan lewis saunders
noise research
one minute wanda
pas, ruela pinho & babalith band
pixyblink
bryan lewis saunders & nicole bailey
sound inhaler
undress beton


0008 released on 23rd November 2009
untitled
curated by adrian beentjes & anthony donovan



from my listening - Abdul "Ben" Camel's MySpace Blog | ________________________________________Patterned in the Rough

from my listening - Abdul "Ben" Camel's MySpace Blog | ________________________________________Patterned in the Rough

20091122

Drawing tonight!

Sorry I haven't been able to organize a drawing party this month, our recent travels resulted in a huge backlog of work which I've been wading through over the past week. We'll try to get back on the drawing party thing next month.

In the meantime, we will be at The Ossington tonight for Robert Dayton's "Feelings" DJ set and while we're there we will likely do some drawing. So come on out, say hi and sit in on the drawing if you like!

- William A. Davison

20091121

20091118

Micro Bionic - Thomas Bey William Bailey



Micro Bionic:
Radical Electronic Music And Sound Art In The 21st Century
by Thomas Bey William Bailey

Micro Bionic is an exciting new survey of electronic music and sound art from cultural critic and mixed-media artist Thomas Bey William Bailey. The first limited / hardcover edition sold out earlier in the year, while the paperback trade edition on the Creation Books imprint is now available as well.

As the title suggests, the unifying theme of the book is that of musicians and sound artists taking bold leaps forward in spite of (or sometimes because of) their financial, technological, and social restrictions. Some symptoms of this condition include the gigantic discography amassed by the one-man project Merzbow, the drama of silence enacted by onkyo and New Berlin Minimalism, the annihilating noise transmitted from the humble laptop computers of Russell Haswell and Peter Rehberg and much more besides. Although the journey begins in the Industrial 1980s, in order to trace how the innovations of that period have gained greater currency in the present, it surveys a wide array of artists breaking ground in the 21st century with radical attitudes and techniques. A healthy amount of global travel and concentrated listening have combined to make this a sophisticated yet accessible document, unafraid to explore both the transgressive extremes of this culture and the more deftly concealed interstices thereof.

Part historical document, part survival manual for the marginalized electronic musician, part sociological investigation, Micro Bionic is a number of different things, and as such will likely generate a variety of reactions from inspiration to offense. Numerous exclusive interviews with leading lights of the field were also conducted for this book: William Bennett (Whitehouse), Peter Christopherson (Throbbing Gristle / Coil), Peter Rehberg (Mego), John Duncan, Francisco López, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Bob Ostertag and many others weigh in with a diversity of thoughts and opinions that underscore the incredible diversity to be found within new electronic music itself. Below are a few excerpts from the forthcoming book, as well as the original table of contents.


please visit his site: Thomas Bey William Bailey

get the book here: Micro Bionic - Thomas Bey William Bailey



can anyone donate a version to Bryan, - Thomas?

20091117

'headwise takwin'



Soundtrack by Undress Béton:

Viral images by DMAH:


20091116

about and some pflasterstrand - DadA-Periodika


DadA-Periodika, Dok.-Nr.: DA-P0000891


Pflasterstrand

Untertitel: Eine Zeitung der Linksradikalen in Frankfurt (Nr.1); Stadtzeitung für Frankfurt; Metropolenmagazin
Einzeltitel: Sartre (Sonderausg. 1980)
Redaktion: Daniel Cohn-Bendit (v.Red.); Matthias Horx (v.Red.)
Körperschaften: Pflasterstrand-Kollektiv, Frankfurt a.M.
Ort: Frankfurt a.M.
Land: Deutschland
Erscheinungszeitraum: Jg.1 (1976), Nr.0 (Okt.) - Jg.15 (1990), Nr.10 (Okt.)
Erscheinungsweise: vierzehntägig; monatlich
Auflage: 8500 (1980)
Typographie: Offset
Format: DIN A4
Vorgänger: Fuzzy
Nachfolger: Journal Frankfurt
Bemerkungen: Seinem Selbstverständnis zufolge war der Pflasterstrand bei der Gründung eine Zeitschrift der undogmatischen Linken in Frankfurt, d.h. hier der Spontibewegung. In der Nullnummer vom Oktober 1976 heißt es dazu: "Die Zeitung sollte also [...] eine Darstellung und Auseinandersetzung eines Spektrums werden, das von den Makrobioten bis zur Revolutionären Zelle reicht, das unsere Fluchtwünsche und individuellen Schwierigkeiten ebenso aufgreift wie politische Dimensionen, die brutale Repression der Polizei ebenso wie die Selbstrepression unter uns Linken." Demzufolge war insbesondere das erste Jahr seines Erscheinens geprägt von den Auseinandersetzungen innerhalb der linken Szene. Die wenigsten Artikel wurden von der Redaktion selbst geschrieben, sondern waren Betroffenenberichte und Selbstdarstellungen. Nachdem sich der Pflasterstrand seit seiner Gründung durchgängig und schwerpunktmäßig mit Themen zur veränderten politischen Situation (Deutscher Herbst: Schleyer-Entführung, Mogadischu) und deren Auswirkungen auf die linke Bewegung befaßte, markierte die "Sexualitätsdebatte" - begonnen mit Nr.21, Dez. 1977 - eine Verschiebung der politischen Konflikte in den privaten Bereich. Höhepunkt dieser Entwicklung bildete der "Fall Knittel". Als Nachtrag zu einer Sexualitätsnummer erschien in Nr.22 (Jan. 1978) der Artikel von Siegfried Knittel: "Vom Ende der matriarchalischen 'Emanzipations'moral", in dem der Autor mit der Frauenbewegung abrechnet und unter anderem über eigene Gewalttaten gegen Frauen berichtet. Dies brach einen wahren Sturm der Empörung los, der kaum bewältigt werden konnte, so daß in der Folge eine sachliche Berichterstattung in den Vordergrund trat und private Themen ausgespart wurden. Seit Mitte 1978 zeigten sich außerdem zunehmende Professionalisierungstendenzen, die im Umgang mit gewerblichen Anzeigen und dem Abdruck des vollständigen Fernsehprogramms ab Nr.76 (1980) deutlich wurden. Anfang der 80er Jahre erscheint der Pflasterstrand in einer neuen Aufmachung und 1982 wurden feste Redaktionen eingerichtet. Inhaltlich konzentrierte sich das Blatt seit Mitte der 80er Jahre auf die Durchsetzung einer realpolitischen Linie innerhalb der grünen/linken Szene. Nachdem sich 1987 ein Finanzier und Teilhaber gefunden hatte, wurde mit der Nr. 279 (Jan. 1988) entgültig der Abschied vom Kollektiv vollzogen. Als weitere Konsequenz in Richtung Professionalisierung wurde 1989 Bertelsmann finanziell beteiligt. Dieser von vornherein als Experiment angelegte Versuch mußte nach einem Jahr als gescheitert angesehen werden. Die Zeitschrift erschien dann noch bis zur Nr.10 (Okt. 1990) als edel aufgemachtes Metropolenmagazin auf Hochglanzpapier, konnte sich aber bundesweit nicht behaupten.
Nach dieser Nummer wurden die Zeitschriften "Pflasterstrand" und "Auftritt" zu dem Journal "Frankfurt" zusammengelegt, das eines der inzwischen üblichen Stadtmagazine ist.

Repression: Bundesweite Beschlagnahmung der Nr.45 wegen des Artikels "Hunde wollt ihr ewig bellen" von den Revolutionären Zellen.
Reprint: Hunde, wollt ihr ewig bellen... Teilrepr. aus Nr.45. - In: Schwarze Texte, S.63-66
Standort: FES Bonn: 1977 - (L=1977-1978) : SIGN.: Z 1449; LHB Darmstadt: 147/148.1982-228.1986. : SIGN.: Zb 6983; AFAS Duisburg: 2-13.15-21.1977, 22.23a.24-44.1978, 45.1979-277/278.1987, 279/280. 282. 284-287. 289. 301. 302.1988, 306-314. 325/326.1989, 1990 : SIGN.: 85.III.1; SUB Frankfurt a.M.: 1.1976-228.1986. (00=63.1979.) : SIGN.: Zsq 9113 u. Sondernr. 1980. 1982. : SIGN.: Zsq 9113; Köln Archiv: 2.1977 - 308.1989 (mit Lücken); TtE Köln: Nr.0-1, 10, 16, 28, 39, 44, 46, 49, 52, 56, 59, 76, 82, 86-87, 91, 93-98, 100, 102-103, 105, 107-108, 110-112, 114, 119-120, 134-138, 140-144, 147/148-151, 153-172, 176, 189 (z.T. beschädigt), Extra Nr.1 (zu AKW, 1977), Sondernr. J.P. Sartre u. Palästina (Sept. 1982); DBZ Stuttgart: 1977 - 1990 (L) : SIGN.: Dz 793
ZDB-Ident.: 968452
Literaturhinweise: Now, Carl Ha [d.i. Hartmut Barth-Engelbart]: C'est la vie oder was sind wir doch für Schweine geworden. Nachruf auf den Pflasterstrand. - In: Verzeichnis der Alternativmedien 1991/92, S.45-54; Gewaltfreier Anarchismus, S.33; Horn, Stephanie: Abschied vom Kollektiv. Der Frankfurter PflasterStrand. Frankfurt a.M.: Brandes u. Aspel, 1989. 114 S. (Wissen & Praxis Nr. 20); Hübsch: Alternative Öffentlichkeit, S.103; Jenrich, S.204; Projekt Gedächtnis, S.98; Scheerer: Deutschland, S.286; Schwarze Texte, S.40; Weichler: Gegendruck, S.166; 10 Jahre Archiv, S.12; 20 Jahre radikal, S.25, 185-186
Bibliographien: Deutschsprachige Bibliographie der Gegenkultur, S.94; Eberlein (1996), Nr.23695; Jenrich, Nr.247; Rösch-Sondermann, S.119
Publikationsform: Zeitschrift, Stadtzeitschrift
Libertärer Bezug: Spontibewegung; anarchistische Tendenzen
Bearbeitungsstand: 14.07.2001

(c) Projekt DadA, Libertad Verlag Berlin, Köln & Potsdam 2001



pflasterstrand


photograph of pflasterstrand issue '79

20091115

wwwART in VIVO"


Franck Ancel, Undress Béton, Luc Fierens, Fred Forest, Joël Hubaut, Jacques Lennep, Fred Michiels, Benoit Piret, Little Shiva, Gaël Toutain, Thierry Tillier.


Vernissage le samedi 28 novembre de 18h30 à minuit
et le dimanche 29 novembre de 14h à 22h.

Saturday november 28 from 6.30 pm to midnight
Sunday november 29 from 2 pm to 10 pm

galerielescontemporains@gmail.com
www.galerielescontemporains.be
0032(0)26405705


Location:
Galerie "Les Contemporains"
Street:
rue de la Croix, 18 Kruisstraat
Brussels, Belgium

20091113

The Third discharge Chapbook of 21st Century Poetry

The Third Discharge Chapbook of 21st Century Poetry

This chapbook was edited by C.J.Duffy

and is a utilityfishshed/discharge publication

All words are © of the authors - 2009

20091106


Babalith (http://www.myspace.com/babalith) «Litany to the Moon»
music video, Ruela, 2009

International Surrealist Declaration for the Imprisoned Serbian Anarchosyndicalists

We hereby declare our unconditional solidarity with the five Serbian anarcho-syndicalists who have been imprisoned since September the 4th, facing the charge of “international terrorism.” Tadej Kurep, Ivan Vulović, Sanja Dojkić, Ratibor Trivunac and Nikola Mitrović, all members of Sindikalna konfederacija Anarho-sindikalistička inicijativa (ASI), were arrested some days after an action of solidarity with the Greek activist, and then-hunger striker, Thodoris Iliopoulos. The target of this action was the Greek embassy in Belgrade.

The Serbian authorities used the slight damages caused to the building of the Greek embassy as a pretext in order to exercise their repressive powers, labeling the members of ASI as “terrorist” and detaining them with no substantial evidence of their actual involvement in this so-called crime of damaging the façade of a building. It is not the building, of course, that concerns the Serbian police; neither is it the symbolism, per se, of an attack against the embassy of another state: the real impact of international solidarity and radical politics, with a view towards social emancipation, is what makes them transgress the limits of their supposed democracy, so as to imprison militants through farcical procedures.

Ratibor Trivunac, one of the accused, is a friend of the international surrealist movement. But surrealism is not an exclusive club of personal relations, any more than it is one of mere aesthetic affinities. We consider as our brothers all these five persecuted Serbian militants (and the sixth, Ivan Savic, who was arrested some days later) because their cause, their choice to live and to struggle for another, liberated life, is one that we share. When a state lays its oppressive hand upon one of us, we must all feel the threat to our freedom, we must all take a stand with those who risk being deprived of their elementary freedoms because they are determined to fight, here and now, for real universal freedom.

We demand the immediate release of our five comrades and friends!
The passion for freedom is stronger than any of your prisons!

Athens Surrealist Group:
Grigoris Apostolides, Giannis Golfinopoulos, Manolis Daskalos, Alexandra Halkias, Diamantis Karavolas, Vangelis Koutalis, Sotiris Liontos, Helias Melios, Lefki Mossou, Makis Perdikomatis, Nikos Stabakis, Theoni Tambaki, Marianna Xanthopoulou, Giannis Xourias.

Nicosia: Kostas Reousis.

Leeds Surrealist Group:
Gareth Brown, Stephen J. Clark, Kenneth Cox, Luke Dominey, Jan Drabble, Bill Howe, Caroline Jeffs, Sarah Metcalf, Mike Peters, Peter Overton, Martin Trippett.

Surrealist London Action Group (SLAG):
Paul Cowdell, Merl Fluin, Aniano Henrique, Patrick Hourihan.

Grupo Surrealista de Madrid:
José Arias Taboada, Eugenio Castro, Manuel Crespo, Javier Gálvez, Jesús García Rodríguez, Vicente Gutiérrez Escudero, Bruno Jacobs, Lurdes Martínez, Julio Monteverde, Noé Ortega, Antonio Ramírez, José Manuel Rojo, María Santana y Ángel Zapata.
and its friends:
Sonia Ayerra, Rag Cuter, Andrés Devesa, Jesús González Gómez, Paul Hammond, Inés Mendoza, Emilio Santiago, Leticia Vera and the Anarchist Group Al Margen.

Groupe Surréaliste de Montréal:
Jean-Maurice Brouillet, Dominic Tétrault.

Le Groupe de Paris du mouvement surréaliste:
Michèle Bachelet, Alfredo Fernandes, Jean-Pierre Guillon, Michaël Löwy, Marie-Dominique Massoni, Dominique Paul, Michel Zimbacca.

La Vertèbre et le Rossignol (ville de Québec):
Enrique Lechuga, David Nadeau.

on behalf of Grupo Surrealista del Río de la Plata/Buenos Aires-Montevideo:
Juan Carlos Otaño.

on behalf of Skupina Českých a Slovenských Surrealistů:
Frantisek Dryje, Katerina Pinosova, Bertrand Schmitt, Bruno Solarik.

Surrealistgruppen i Stockholm, Johannes Bergmark.

Sürrealist Eylem Türkiye

Chicago Surrealist Group:
Penelope Rosemont, Paul Garon, Beth Garon, Gale Ahrens, David Roediger, Joseph Jablonski, Joel Williams, Jan Hathaway, Irene Plazewski, Janina Ciezadlo, Renay Kirkman, Tamara L. Smith.

Portland:
Brandon Freels, M.K. Shibek.

The St. Louis Surrealist Group:
Richard Burke, Susan Burke, Andrew Torch, M. M. Morose.

Eric Bragg (www.surrealcoconut.com)

Frankfurt: Jaan Patterson (suRRism)


20091104

add and return n. 11 with Bibiana Padilla Maltos

I take the name, Carq, as a byword for others.

I have spent my life exploring an idea of human behavior, whilst all the while attempting not to influence anyone by discussing my findings. I will not describe what I mean in more detail. So, please do not ask. Because of my efforts, I live beyond the control of awareness itself, free from the inhumanity of my own consciousness. My key notions are, one might say, archetypically independent, primarily conjured from those warm agencies - love, surrender etc. - but also via motivations at once more base and conspicuous. In short, I have no agenda. I find no expression in those mythologies my friends seem to swear by. I have, instead, insisted upon differing conceptual terms, images and symbols, which, through their inherent, and intentional, ambiguities, and the secret processes they aspire to further conceal, reason alone has dominion over. I have turned to alchemy because of this, and I am here solely to institute shadows and to perform re-workings of past disorders.

I cannot otherwise be known, and you will only ever hate me.

20091101

AQM- (music) & Abdul "Ben" Camel- (text) Image Nation







In multi-numbered pans of vision

Images just beneath the surface

In a pool of flickering waters

Are like gilded pledges, melted in a seductive light,

And offered upward to the surface as a prescience

(And brilliant units of communal offering.)

We count each coin as a blind desire for blessings

That seek a new dimension of expression

Of this, a quite Remarkable Rendition of Chance -

Wishing wells in the name of Fate,

(Knowing these all but empty vessels do sail,)

Sail only between the more certain Citadels

Their ghostly cargoes bubbling in the banks

Of our exquisitely fashionable Imaginations -

And this magnificence somehow breaks into seconds

What took Time, (as Creator,) eons to recognize

Frame by frame, into the manifest.., by frame.




The Popeye Scat

New Six Heads cassette "The Popeye Scat" just released on Oakland,CA-based Black Horizons label. Sweet packaging and art by label head-honcho J.Livingston + the usual heady stew of savory, sonic surrealism from the Six Heads crew! Have a bite here!

- William A. Davison

fleuRs

par ship

flies

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