Mat Ward takes a look at 10 new albums with something to say on politics and struggle around the world.
This dastardly duo deserve dusty derision, writes John Monfries.
Women’s health and chronic pain has been ignored throughout medical history, writes Gabrielle Jackson. Pain, and more specifically, pelvic pain has been seen as an intrinsic part of womanhood.
This book is effectively a sequel to Jon Ronson’s The Men Who Stare at Goats, which inspired an hilarious film of the same name. That book exposed the US military's serious experimentation with all sorts of weird and whacky, New Age, mind-altering techniques to produce better killers.
Denis Diderot is now remembered, if at all, only as the name of a Metro railway station in an unfashionable neighbourhood of Paris.
In his day, however, the 18th century Enlightenment philosopher was quite the subversive intellectual who parted the ideological fog of religious, moral and political backwardness for a view of the sunnier uplands of today’s society, writes Phil Shannon.
"Are we seriously going to wait until there is no North Pole before we step on the brakes?"
Check out When Our Turn Comes' debut single "Climate Strike".
Is there a progressive case for restricting immigration into the United States? After reading Phillip Cafaro’s book, my answer is still no — but I readily concede that there are too many intellectual hacks who use progressive-sounding rhetoric to advocate anti-immigrant positions
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus takes a look at five new books that belong on an ecosocialist bookshelf.
Black is the New White is a hilarious farce that throws everything at the audience to get a laugh. There is physical clowning, outrageous nudity, family feuding and piss-takes of innumerable sacred cows.
Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell on the ABC is marvellous comedy that combines humour with current affairs analysis.