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Get to the gig: AS is 10

Another Subculture is 10

Tickets on sale now! To commemorate ten years since the first Another Subculture zine was published (it was a tape), let's go and watch some loud noises.

On Friday 24th November, go see Hellish Torment, Moist Crevice, PC World, Rubber and Skitter (plus Repetitive Strain on their best USBs until close) at Spanners; on Saturday 25th come to The Ivy House for Gimic, Gross Misconduct, Hygiene, Morreadoras, Plastics, Rifle, Shake Chain, Sniffany and the Nits and Sublux.

There will be a livestream for at least Saturday on YouTube; email us for accessibility requests, or if you fancy giving us a hand. Poster by Nantes' finest rbroche. Get listening on the Buy Music Club. It's Time To Rock and Roll

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This month's listings

Every month: a grid covering London punk and/or DIY gigs, club nights and like-minded events. Find it at gigs, record shops and spaces across the capital or download the PDF here.

Please print, copy and distribute - we are looking for more places and more people to get the paper around the city, so get in touch!

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To guarantee your event's inclusion in the December 2023 calendar, send us the details before Wednesday 22nd November.

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Another Subculture is 10: a weekend of noises coming soon

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It’s been a decade since I first put out a zine, and so: some gigs…

From the archive (keep going here):

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Photo bin: Another Subculture is 10, 24.11.2023 & 25.11.2023

A weekend to remember, as recorded on a 512MB Memory Stick.

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Photo bin: Internal/Growth gig, 25.03.2023

FRISK, SKITTER, TURBO, CIRCLE NONE East London location, 7-11pm, £5otd*. All ages. One more strip of 110 film from the Internal Object/Cryptic Growth gig in a warehouse in Hackney Wick. Watching pits form in a combination gallery and Escher-drawing living space as the singer of Frisk swung from a punchbag, all as The Devil Himself […]

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Photo bin: Submission to Annihilation, 03.02.2023

Attempts at photographs at a launch show to remember. As seen in AS #3.

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Archive Interviews

Constant Companion: Flo Dill, The NTS Breakfast Show

Flo Dill has been an integral part of Dalston’s NTS ever since she first went in Flo Motion six years ago. Now she runs the breakfast show (Mon-Wed) and has curated Perfect Motion, a new DIY pop comp. Here’s a chat from the first issue of Alternative Strategies, which took place in April 2022: AS: […]

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Creg Clarrrk with our apparatus for streaming the Avalon Cafe night (Zoom mic, tripod, laptop, vibes).

Archive Features

Streaming Is Punk: how to broadcast a gig

From the latest issue of Alternative Strategies, our quick guide to how Another Subculture streamed their first gig since lockdown.

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Alex S, waiting to get plugged in.

Archive Interviews

Music for Leisure: Alex S, Lower Grand Radio

In Oakland, Lower Grand Radio is the city’s go-to community net radio, founded by Alexander Shen (Marbled Eye). Victoria Porter (Vanity Crystal, Repetitive Strain) & AS made a long distance call and caught up with him.

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Archive Features

Kick your telly in: finding the punks on UK TV

Back in 2020, I submitted this potted history of punk rockers on the idiot box for Dusty Digest‘s lockdown zine swap – along with thoughts on those first months where we panicked and started learning what OBS was. Brass Tacks to Snub TV, LuckyPDF to The Artsy Vice Show…

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