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Beside the collaboration with Luc Fierens there is two collaboration in progress. One between Kotun Viktor and Reed Altemus and a tribute issue of the new assembling publication, Budapest Catalog! The theme of the first issue is: Paint It Black!

See two links from artists in exchange / collaboration with Plágium2000:

http://tormacauli.blogspot.hu/2014/06/kotun-viktor-es-baratai-budapest-in.html

http://tormacauli.blogspot.hu/2014/06/kotun-viktor-es-baratai-budapest-out.html

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http://www.planet-susannia.blogspot.hu/2014/06/mail-art-week.html

 
Absolutely not my usual way of doing things as you will know if you've been paying attention - but I do like these T shirts so I have no qualms about breaking the ee code to plug them. If you're wondering about provenance, whilst it would be wrong to term them 'official', I can vouch for the fact that all contactable ex-members of Anti System were given the heads-up about this project and there resolutely were no objections. If you're interested in scoring one please follow the link below.

get set for a riot
Well I did promise, and here it is - issue 2 of Quentin Cook's perfectly formed Peroxide. This issue features excellent and informative interviews with The Vapors, Devo, Wreckless Eric, and Captain Sensible. A batch of articles on The Chefs, the Reigate scene (Escalators, Magazine Spies, Tools Down, Cellarmatics, Crime, The Hotpoints), Spizz, Wasted Youth, Serge Clerc, and unsurprisingly, Quentin Cook's band, Disque Attack. There's a wee tribute to Ian Curtis. A couple of live reviews of Adam & the Ants/Dave Berry & the Cruisers/Martian Dance, and Crime. Some product reviews of The Hotpoints, Vaultage 79 (Attrix comp), Hardware, Mataya Clifford, Magazine Spies, and Slaughter & the Dogs. There's a decent fanzine round up and some heartening words from Quentin about the support he received from fellow fanziners. Well, oi oi that's yer lot where Peroxide is concerned - only 2 issues saw the light and given the quality of both it's a shame issue 3 never saw the light with its promise of Killing Joke, Wasted Youth, The Photos, Athletico Spizz 80…and more. Ah well - we were blessed...
A4 scanned at 400 dpi
Peroxide #2

Kristóf Krisztián

Kristóf Krisztián: Field Recordings, Randomroutine, Budapest, 2014

20/19

Edition of 20 handnumbered copies. Plágium2000 distribution has 3 copies left for sale and/or exchange. For details write to multiplika2000 – gmail – com.

Kristóf Krisztián sent this bookwork together with his collaboration material for our new assembling publication going to be released this summer. The bookwork was published for the Fanzine Show organized in Higgs Field Budapest.

http://youtu.be/lWOrlKY4dvY

http://randomroutine.blogspot.hu/