In our upcoming Summer edition One More Robot have turned their attention to various subcultures the world over. From Dublin's Goth scene to the underground Nigerian rock movement of the 1970s, our staff never cover the obvious. Here's a small preview of what we have in store.
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We examine Irish subcultures through the second half of the 20th century, with very special photography provided by Garry O'Neill.
A look at Dublin's small, secluded Goth scene, including specialised night club Dominion and event organisers Sedation Industries.
A look at the music of Nigeria's underground rock'n'roll subculture
of the 1970s, featuring Fela Kuti, Monomono and The Funkees, among
Michael A. Gonzales remembers how crack cocaine wounded New York City
and outlines how it was captured by artists, musicians and writers.
The tragic demise of the mysterious and haunting Nico.
Album reviews include Nicki Minaj, Bear in Heaven, The Futureheads, Too Short and M Ward.
And there's a ton more we couldn't find decent YouTube vids to match up with. New issue out later this month. For the latest news please 'like' us on Facebook.