!!! Rabble 5 !!!

So the FIFTH installment of rabble arrived two weeks ago. Our super mega distro team have been lashing it out around not just Dublin, but all around Ireland as well as to our distro hubs around Europe. We’ve gone from 3,000 copies of a 16-pager, to 10,000 copies of a 32-page magazine in just over a year. That’s all down to the fact that we just can’t keep this on the shelves, so a big thanks to everyone out there who picks up a copy!

You can have a browse of this issue’s content over here, feel free to comment, fill out our reader survey (you could win a PRYZZ!) and support us. We detailed our costs in this issue as well as a breakdown of where our funding comes from. Imagine a magazine, comin out regularly, with the content YOU want to see, talking about issues that effect you and yours, that our usual state media apparatus won’t touch? One that’s owned by the people? One that can do some ballsy investigative journalism? One that has the few funny bits as well like? That could be rabble with YOUR help!!! If all our readers donated a tenner a year we would be well on our way, jus sayin!

We’ve also got the blog running with heaps of new content popping up there every few hours. The big thing for me in this issue is the quality of the illustrations throughout, particularly the contribution from comic book artist Philip Barrett for the Licensing Laws article which was so good we used it for the cover. Here’s a few of my own contributions:

The centrefold in this isse features the ‘There’s No Justice, There’s Just Us’ stencil piece that was re-done by artist ADW after the Gardai forced him to paint over the original (read the interview here). Here’s a timelapse he did of the piece:

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