Many of us have been doing stuff with rabble for years on an entirely voluntary basis. There’s a huge amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to keep it going. Most of us have full time jobs and busy lives. We are time starved and are feeling the burn.
It’s come to stage where we want to throw our energy into other projects. Every dog has its day as they say, and for those of us involved in rabble it’s time to draw line under it and move on.
Rather than have the whole project fade away into oblivion with a whimper, we’re going to put our energy into celebrating what rabble brought to the media landscape over the last 15 issues.
Fresh Up On The Blog
A woman kneels on a bed, as onlookers observe. Her face is twisted, she emits a guttural bellowing, grunts, thumps herself and spouts expletive-riddled abuse. Primal Screaming doesn’t look like much of a buzz but Caitriona Devery...
Terry Dunne takes us back to look at the riotous popular culture behind the façade of Georgian Ireland and at how resistance was shaped by borrowing from festive life, folklore and recreation....
Politricks and that
Interviews and chat
Music Feels Good
Above: Patrick O’Brien captures the masked hip-hop crusader in his natural enviroment. From co-founding Galway’s Community Skratch games, being a member of the Vince McMahon scratch super-group to making some seriously innovative music...
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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….
rabble’s gombeen slaying print journalism doesn’t come cheap. We have some pretty serious costs to cover. If you have access to a pot of dosh, why not send it our way with an ad?