Episode 4 — Coopted BrainMeats

March 3, 2016

This show was originally published on Friday July 27, 2012

This show is about the inevitable co-option of subcultures by the mainstream. We talk about what it looks like, why it's a problem, and how to infect larger culture with your ideals in the process. We talk to Margaret Killjoy (aka Magpie @magpiekilljoy), founder and editor of Steampunk Magazine, editor at Combustion Books ;and freelance graphic designer.

  • Mentioned in the podcast,
  • You can find the Psychedelic Salon Episode with James Fadamin athttp://www.matrixmasters.net/salon/?p=452
  • You can find Fuck Yeah Urban Tribes at http://fuckyeahurbantribes.tumblr.com
  • Unfortunately, I could not find the LiveJournal essay by Catherynne M. Valente where she talks about the tension inherent in the various punkdoms. If you know where to find that essay, please leave a comment on the Website or send me an email!

You can find Magpie's book Mythmakers and Lawbreakers athttp://birdsbeforethestorm.net/mmlb/.

The music at the end of the podcast is The Taiga Comes For Us from the album I have a gun, give me all the money in the register by Magpie's band Nomadic War Machine.


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