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Aftershocks by Steve Beard


by Steve Beard

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Aftershocks: The End of Style Culture is a hybrid selection of popcult essays which mixes style-magazine think pieces, street- level cyber-theory and slipstream media memoir to offer a ready- made archive of tomorrow's strip-mall culture. Its postmodern approach to reportage allows subjects like new media art, Dianagate, slasher movies, New Puritan trans-sexuals, and the cult of the serial killer to bleed into each other. Aftershocks features interviews with Brian Eno, Michael Moorcock, Harvey Keitel, James Kelman, Hakim Bey, Stelarc and David Cronenberg.… (more)



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