The Breaking the Borders antifascist hip hop festival returned to Glasgow for Volume III, four years after our last event in 2019. This time, Interregnum hosted MCs from Austria, Angola, Venezuela, Portugal, Greece, and of course England and Scotland. Half a decade after Breaking the Borders Vol I, Interregnum has
Culture & Power
Unrest erupted in Dublin City Centre Thursday evening in the wake of a knife attack. Police say that it is not being treated as a terrorist incident but the far-right seeks to bolster its numbers using such incidents, Sam Lawton writes.
Matteo Ciccognani surveys the poverty of Hollywood's attempts to portray revolutionaries and collective struggles, and considers the current state of revolutionary paradigms in popular culture.
How did Russell Brand go from anti-capitalist spokesman to conspiracy grifter, and what now for the women who've come forward?
The feigned disgust of the British cultural ecosystem in response to the allegations against Brand is not only unconvincing; it also serves to mask a much more extensive state of exploitation and decay.
Despite increasing awareness of societal inequalities and the stigma that cultural and economic forces project onto our bodies, fatness still invokes a disgust response from a vast majority.