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London’s Burning Season published 04/07/2016

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Taking place upstairs and in the Vaults at Housmans. IN-STORE EVENTS LONDON’S BURNING SEASON – 6 JULY TO 17 AUGUST

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Brexit at 3:AM published 26/06/2016

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It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of vast public events, especially if we didn’t support them, as the majority of the UK population (‘remain’ voters + abstainers) did not. My question is one that I’ve been asked several times since Friday: what can writing do in the face of this situation?

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London Overground World Premiere published 22/06/2016

By John Rogers. London Overground retraces Iain Sinclair’s journey with film-maker Andrew Kötting around the Overground railway for the book of the same name. The film covers the ground over the course of a year rather than the day’s walk of the book. Iain is once again joined by Kötting in parts, along with Chris […]

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Specimen Launch in London published 10/06/2016

Specimen, a multilingual and typographical webzine, will be launched at Babel Festival in London on June 18th. The debut issue includes work by Derek Walcott, Peter Doig, Enrique Vila-Matas, Aleksandr Hemon and Xiaolu Guo. Keep up with them at @babelspecimen A Typographic Glossary – From A to T by Vanni Banconi Accent Specimen is a […]

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Sparkle Street Social & Athletic Club Part Three / NYC published

Readings by Mike DeCapite, Vincent Katz, and Luc Sante. Short films by Ted Barron. It’s at 4pm on June 12th — and it’s free! Details here. 6 EAST 1ST STREET NYC 10003 [Photo: Ted Barron, J Train Rails, 2008.]

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Muhammad Ali at 3:AM published 04/06/2016

Maybe Muhammad Ali came not to destroy boxing but to fulfil it. But he destroyed it nevertheless. Before Ali, boxing was an existentialist art form in the same way as jazz and the blues were existentialist art forms. By existentialist I mean places where people were busy drowning and it was an impertinence to try […]

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3:AM Asia: Up Yours! Tokyo Punk & Japanarchy Today published 23/05/2016

Red Gallery 3 Rivington Street London EC2A 3DT August 18-28 A photography exhibition documenting the five years Chris Low spent immersed in Tokyo’s underground punk scene: its faces and places, bands and fans. Having played for a number of punk bands popular in Japan Chris was welcomed into the thriving Tokyo punk community and was accorded […]

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The Big Day published 05/05/2016

Claire-Louise Bennett, author of the extraordinary Pond, in Paris yesterday, following her appearance at Shakespeare and Company in conversation with Lauren Elkin.

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Andy Blade / Prince Albert, Brighton published

By Nick Ashton. Whilst most of Andy Blade’s peers have disappeared up their own backsides by now, he continues to defy expectation, releasing music that is far more edgy and vital than anything Morrissey/Lydon/Weller/Jones/Strummer et al, have ever produced. Blade’s command over an audience — large or small (as is the case tonight) — comes […]

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Book Launch: Pierre Guyotat: Revolutions & Aberrations by Stephen Barber published 03/05/2016

27 May 2016 6:00 pm | Studio | ICA Pierre Guyotat has been a unique figure in art and writing over the past 50 years, inspiring innumerable artists, film-makers, writers and choreographers. Foucault, Pasolini, Genet, Barthes, Derrida and many others lauded his work in the 1960s and 70s, and protested against its governmental censorship in […]

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