Cesura // Acceso, a new journal for music, politics and poetics has been published after reaching its crowdfunding goal last summer. Edited and run by Gabriel Humberstone and Paul Abbot, Cesura // Acceso contains essays on Bay Area punk, DJ Rashad and the ghetto thermodynamics of juke, the 1994 Criminal Justice Bill, dole autonomy and rave, an essay on Don Cherry's time in London, a history of happy hardcore and an interview with Joe McPhee among other writing and poetry.
If you backed the Kickstarter project your copy will be posted imminently, and the journal will also be published online in the coming months. Cesura // Acceso is distributed by Anagram Books. A launch party is planned for the near future. More details and updates here.