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Limited edition risograph publication with free flexi disc

Limited edition risograph publication with free flexi disc

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The Disruption is an extended conversation between Andy Beckett (Pinochet In Piccadilly / When The Lights Went Out) and Roger Luckhurst (The Invention of Telepathy/ The Corridor) about The Changes.

Based on a Peter Dickinson trilogy, the 1975 BBC children's television series features militant sonics, lost children, wandering Sikhs, strange weather, witch trials, sentient lode-stones; it stimulates an expansive meditation on petronormativity, The Angry Brigade, radical exurbs, free festivals, and postcolonial pastoralism.

This beautiful Riso-printed publication is the ninth title in the Flugschriften series. 

All copies come with a flexi disc of The Changes, a newly-composed theme for the show by The God In Hackney.

Designed by Rob Carmichael, SEEN, and printed by Keegan Cooke at Circadian Press.

Book measures 19.05cm x 19.05cm (7.5" x 7.5"). 

Strictly limited print run of 150 copies.

The Disruption is an extended conversation between Andy Beckett (Pinochet In Piccadilly / When The Lights Went Out) and Roger Luckhurst (The Invention of Telepathy/ The Corridor) about The Changes.

Based on a Peter Dickinson trilogy, the 1975 BBC children's television series features militant sonics, lost children, wandering Sikhs, strange weather, witch trials, sentient lode-stones; it stimulates an expansive meditation on petronormativity, The Angry Brigade, radical exurbs, free festivals, and postcolonial pastoralism.

This beautiful Riso-printed publication is the ninth title in the Flugschriften series. 

All copies come with a flexi disc of The Changes, a newly-composed theme for the show by The God In Hackney.

Designed by Rob Carmichael, SEEN, and printed by Keegan Cooke at Circadian Press.

Book measures 19.05cm x 19.05cm (7.5" x 7.5"). 

Strictly limited print run of 150 copies.

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