We honestly thought we’d have this issue out over a month ago. It just shows how overwhelming it can be to pull it all together.
There’s a whole team of cats that need herding into the bag. So, we get left sat here bleeding out of our eyeballs chasing content. At this stage, we’ve taken in enough blue light from our computer screens to send our cortisol levels to the moon for the rest of our lives.
But when it all comes together, it’s worth it. Isn’t it? Please say yes!
rabble and Con Artist are going b2b to organise a Notes On Rave In Dublin screening for the masses on Friday December 1st in Liberty Hall.
We’ll be having the screening itself, a panel,
Full on b2b rave alert being issued for the Wiley Fox for after too.
The two Lighthouse screenings at ADIFF sold out fast so – grab your tickets here!!!!
Fresh Up On The Blog
Above: Breen outside All City with a copy of his EP which came out on Vision Collector. Then his mix from the Deee Deeeeee Hur first birthday in Jigsaw. Breen is one of the founders of Dublin Digital Radio – ddr. which has become a rea...
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The Back Issues
a 56 page bumper issue! It produced more sleepless nights than a 4 day coke bender, not to mention the pit of endless procrastination and despair it provokes – but here it is….
Ah yes the accelerated growth of an unprecedented homeless crisis, more policing scandals, and the possibility of so much more labour unrest that 2016 already has more than a whiff of 1913 about it…
All The Rest!
You can feast on rabble back issues to your heart’s content right here. All the toilet reading in the world….
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