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Jimi Gherkin of Alternative Press

February 28th, 2009 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Interviews

Last Hours caught up with zine and comic enthusiast Jimi Gerkin at this years Alternative Press Fair in London.

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Antillectual

January 15th, 2009 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Interviews

I interviewed political punk band Antillectual on a cold December night after they played an inspiring set in the Cavern Club, Exeter. Antillectual were on tour from the the Nijmegen area in the Netherlands. The three piece play melodic, hard-hitting punk rock in the vein of Propagandhi and Strike Anywhere.

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The Story of the Upper Florentine Blockade

December 1st, 2008 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Interviews

In 2006, a group of grassroots environmental activists representing forests and communities in Southern Tasmania joined together in recognition of the continuing threat to Tasmania’s ancient forests. Since this time the Still Wild Still Threatened (SWST) campaign for Tasmania’s Southern Forests has garnered significant attention and dramatically raised the public profile of forests such as the Styx, Weld, and Upper Florentine…

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Morris Beckman and The 43 Group

November 11th, 2008 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Morris Beckman was one of the founders of the English anti-fascist group the 43 Group. The 43 Group was founded by Jewish ex-servicemen after the Second World War who, when they came back from the war, encountered British fascist organisations including Jeffrey Hamm’s “British League of Ex-Servicemen” and Oswald Mosley’s “British Union of Fascists”.

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The Skints

October 22nd, 2008 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Interviews

Last Hours went to see ska punk band The Skints play a No Sweat benefit gig at The Cross Kings in London. We took a few minutes do a video interview with the band.

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Josh MacPhee

October 17th, 2008 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Josh MacPhee is one of those people who are difficult to categorise. He’s an artist, an author, a zine maker, radical, and a curator pretty much all at the same time! He established a novel distribution network called Justseeds back in 1998 with the intention of getting more radical art projects out to the public. Over the years it has grown and morphed and is currently an artists collective known as Justseeds Visual Resistance.

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Alan Moore

September 29th, 2008 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Melinda Gebbie and Alan Moore spent 16 years working on their piece of pornography, a three book edition titled Lost Girls. A comic documenting the possible sexual liaisons if Dorothy of The Wizard of Oz, Wendy of Peter Pan, and Alice of the Adventures in Wonderland met in an Austrian hotel on the eve of Franz Ferdinand’s assassination and the outbreak of the First World War. It’s more than just pornography, it’s also intensely political

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One Night Stand in North Dakota

September 22nd, 2008 · posted by Chris Lever · marked as: Interviews

One Night Stand in North Dakota are an acoustic two-piece outfit made up of Daniel Ellis and Nathan Griffin from County Durham, and part of a thriving North-East scene, that is eagerly awaiting discovery.

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Seth Tobocman and Nicole Schulman

September 19th, 2008 · posted by occupied london · marked as: Interviews

I first saw Seth Tobocman’s work at the Babel Comics Festival in Athens, where he had drawn a huge anti-war mural together with some other of the World War Three Illustrated crew. Much of his work is a bit of a legend for us Europeans, not least because his artwork – not least his book ‘War in the Neighbourhood’ – is so hard to find on this side of the Atlantic!

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Peter Gelderloos

September 4th, 2008 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Peter Gelderloos is best known for his work deconstructing the universal acceptance that non-violence has enjoyed among social activists in the US. This interview and recording is of his talk on non-violence and subsequent conversation discussing his recent “ridiculous” arrest in Spain and thoughts on the anarchist movement

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