48 page noise/weirdness fanzine from former Woofah by editor John Eden (who is returning to his roots - the last issue came out in 1997!)
This issue includes pieces on:
Nocturnal Emissions – Nigel Ayers talks about his recent “Spinal Correction Shred” cassette amongst other stuff.
GX Jupitter-Larsen – The Haters mainstay on revolutionary noise anthems, nihilism etc.
Adventures in Noise Dub – A voyage into the cassette underground. Can we believe the hype?
Libbe Matz Gang – The cult lo-fi electronics unit play hard to get.
GRMMSK – Alienated doom dub from the frozen wastes.
Harsh Noise History – Eraciator’s less than helpful genre guide.
My Summer of Noise – live reviews, including Broken Flag Festival, Ekoplekz and Consumer Electronics
“Been devouring it this weekend. Awesome zine.” – Ekoplekz
“Turbulent Times #9 is a seditionary act of genius. Definitely Hacker Farm’s Fanzine of the Year: a twisted labour of love.”
- Kek-W, Hacker Farm
“The ‘zine is essential reading. It has a kind of Idwal Fisher attitude and a ‘toilet reading’ air. Not irreverent and not snooty – ‘I know more than you do’ – like some ‘zines I could name just a damn good read. Easy, informative and not that serious as ‘Eraciator’s History Of Harsh Noise’ proves. That piece made me laugh.
There’s a recent interview with Nigel Ayers and Libbe Matz Gang…I’ve seen their name pop up a few times now in various ‘zines and internet boards, might be time to dip the toe so to speak. There’s a piece by Jupitter-Castrol GTX on revolutionary noise anthems and the obligatory record reviews .. also some live reviews, which is coming uncommon in the printed ‘zine….good to see. The cover did promise knitting, but I have scoured the ‘zine from cover to cover and there’s no mention of knitting! As a subscriber to The Knitter and Yarn Wise I was very disappointed.
I am saving some of this fanzine to read on the train to Bristol this coming weekend… Turbulent Times is A5 sized (pocket porn) and about 50 pages… and like I said at the start… essential.
The back cover features an excellent picture of a guy trying to shove his shirt in his ears at a Rehberg & Schmickler gig at Cafe OTO. ” – Steve, MuhMur Blog.
“Deep investigations into dub noise hybrids, things on cassette, and so on. Highly recommended.” – Fade2
“Wow… John Eden’s new fanzine is like a slip into the 80s… We need this kind of thing right now almost as much as we needed it then…” Loki, IX Tab
“Harsh Noise History get a metal salute from me for starters!” – Pete Um
“Best zine in yonks. Worth it for the hilarious ‘My Summer of Noise’ article alone.” – BTi Enquiries, Beyond The Implode
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