Word of Chaz (Film Whistle Blower) #5

OPENING TITLES: CHAZ – THE CLASS STRUGGLE OF THE BRITISH FILM INDUSTRY CHAZ (V/O) Good morning inmates of Britain.  Since the last time I spoke to you via this column, written on the bloated underside of our once proud film industry, a number of event have given me a sickening…

LSD Magazine interviews Lorty Philips

On 31 May 2010, an flotilla of ships carrying humanitarian aid to the ruthlessly subjugated communities of Gaza was stormed by armed Israeli commandos resulting in 9 deaths and dozens of injured aid workers. Daring to suggest that basic human morality and indeed the tenets of international law supported their…

Knowledge Aint Power – Poem

Flicking the switch and diving out the ditch Fresh Cut minds on a seven second itch Insanity’s playground so seductively revealed Fragments of truth so cunningly concealed A lightning escape from mediocrity’s hold So bold, struck gold, but a soul long sold No refunds here, yet unknowingly enrolled Time to…

LSD Magazine interviews Hedflux

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ISSUE FOUR – UNAUTHORISED HEROES April 18th 2010 What do you get if you combine a PHD in quantum physics, a sublime understanding of the fabric of reality, a myriad of  creative talents, pure psychedelic dance-floor mayhem and a cracking bloke. Well you get our newest columnist, Steve…

LSD Magazine interviews The Yes Men

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED Issue Six – Stand and Deliver – January 11th 2011 Hello, good evening and welcome to the subversive, lunacy tinged mischief of the Yes Men and their twinkling mission to fix the world. We love our inventive activists here at LSD and have a massive soft spot for…

LSD Magazine interviews DJ Pierre

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED Issue Two – Booting off the Doors – 2010 Revolutionising the possibilities of dance music and opening up a whole new realm of sound and feeling, DJ Pierre is the man who put the acid into Acid House. Breaking from the disco/funk soulful sound of Chicago house, he…

LSD Magazine interviews #CodeFC

#CodeFC’s weird and wonderful world of mutant camera headed figures explore the modern realities of cinematic capture, tangible memory and surveillance, opening up a an entirely new perception on how we view consciousness in today’s eternal world of technology. He spoke to us Tell us a bit about yourself I…