Zines/texts available in .pdf format:






Not Stopping to Dance. Fernando Poo. Berlin, 2012.

Coming soon (arranged by the date they were first published):

  • The Dance of Siva. Ananda K. Coomaraswamy. Colombo, 1918.
  • The Minotaur. Albert Camus. Paris, 1939.
  • Illyria Street Commune. Fredy Perlman. Paris, 1979.
  • We AIM Not to Please. Mary Crow Dog. Dakota, 1990.
  • The Morphing Culture. Alien Underground 0.0. London, 1994.
  • Fight the CJB. Alien Underground 0.0. London, 1994.
  • Nothing Essential Happens in the Absence of Noise. Praxis. London, 1994.
  • The role of road-building in the restructuring of Capital and the recomposition of the proletariat. RTS! & Antagonism. Islington, 1995.
  • Reclaim the Streets! Do Or Die. Issue #6. London, 1997.
  • Reclaim the streets for children – Practical History. Reclaim the Streets! London, 1998.
  • Living River Action. Starhawk. Quebec City, 2002.
  • Quebec: Letter to the Pagan Listserv. Starhawk. Quebec City, 2002.
  • How to Sort a Street Party. Reclaim the Streets! London, 2003.
  • Reclaim the Commons. Starhawk. San Fransisco, 2004.
  • Medusa Trilogy. Jesus Sepulveda. Eugene, 2006.
  • Nietzsche’s Dancers. Kimerer L. LaMothe. New York, 2006.
  • Secret of the Dance. Andrea Spalding. Edmonton, 2006.
  • Teknival and the emancipatory potential of technology. Alexis Wolton. Berlin, 2007.
  • More Than Just a Night Out: Raves as confrontation and marching against the CJB in ’94. The Reverend. Islington, 2007.
  • We Mean It Man: Punk Rock and Anti-Racism – or, Death in June Not Mysterious. Stewart Home. London, 2008.
  • Power and Anarchy. Starhawk. St. Paul & Minneapolis, 2008.
  • The Harmolodic Manifesto. Anonymous. 2008.
  • All Things Fall and Will Be Built Again. Hekate Soundsystem. London, 2008.
  • Lotta Continua: Roots Music and the Politics of Production. Howard Slater. London, 2008.
  • You’re Too Young to Remember the Eighties: Dancing in a Different Time. Controlled Weirdness. Islington, 2008.
  • A Loop Da Loop Era: Toward an (anti-)history of rave. Neil Transpontine. London, 2008.
  • Radical Intersections. Christoph Fringelli. Berlin, 2008.
  • Potlatch: a strict law bids us to dance. U’mista Cultural Society. Vancouver, BC, 2009.
  • Crazy Raspberry Ants as a Model for Revolutionary Struggle. Ruin Doppelganger. Changing of the Leaves, 2010.
  • Sound Resistance, Sonic Body. George Samantas. Athens, Greece, 2010.
  • Shaking the Foundations: Reggae Soundsystem meets Big Ben British Values Downtown. John Eden. London, 2011.
  • Dance Before the Police Come. Neil Transpontine. London, 2011.
  • From Subculture to Hegemony. Christoph Fringelli. Berlin, 2011.
  • Hedonism and Revolution: The Barricade and the Dancefloor. Datacide 11. Berlin, 2011.


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