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Agit-disco by Stefan Szczelkun


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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 190649651X, Paperback)

Taking its cue from a mix-tape culture that figured as a circulation of desire and communicative enthusiasm, the Agit-Disco project, initiated in 2007, now transmutes from an on-line project and Cd-r distribution process into book form. Agit-Disco brings together the music selections of its invited participants and covers a range of genres and styles that are offered, here, as a collective response to the remit: politics and music minus the propaganda. The Agit-Disco selector is responding to living self-knowledges; it is the report of a participant where music is often part of the formation of an oppositional or radical self. Or even just the survival of the human spirit and hunger for freedom. Coming with the original selector commentaries this book may yet well be further realised in the pulsing disco darkness. Agit-Disco Selectors: DJ Krautpleaser, Johnny Spencer, Tom Vague, Martin Dixon, Peter Haining, Stewart Home, Tom Jennings, Howard Slater, Mel Croucher, Simon Ford, Room 13 - Lochyside Scotland, Sian Addicott, Peter Conlin, Louise Carolin, Andy T, Sarah Falloon, Micheline Mason, Roger McKinley, Stefan Szczelkun, Neil Transpontine, Luca Parsi, John Eden, Tracey Moberley.

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