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'''Spaces''': [http://cafelavanderia.blogspot.com/ Café Lavandería] (*2006), [http://www.ftarri.com/ Ftarri] improvised/experimental music store and live music venue, [http://ira.tokyo/ Irregular Rhythm Asylum], [http://www.kiryuusha.com/ Kiryuusha] book cafe, [http://pundit.jp/ Pundit], [http://uma-merdre.com/en/ Merdre] artist-run space & cafe, [https://rojitohito.exblog.jp/ Roji to Hito] (*2010), [http://12gouten.shirouto.org Shiroto no Ran No.12] general grocery store (*2011), [https://www-shibuya.jp/ WWW, WWW X] live performance venue (*2010, *2016), [https://www.facebook.com/WWWBShibuya WWWβ] (*2017), [http://nolimit.tokyonantoka.xyz/venues/ more].
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'''Spaces''': [http://cafelavanderia.blogspot.com/ Café Lavandería] (*2006), [http://www.ftarri.com/ Ftarri] improvised/experimental music store and live music venue, [http://ira.tokyo/ Irregular Rhythm Asylum], [http://www.kiryuusha.com/ Kiryuusha] book cafe, [http://pundit.jp/ Pundit], [http://uma-merdre.com/en/ Merdre] artist-run space & cafe, [https://rojitohito.exblog.jp/ Roji to Hito] (*2010), [http://12gouten.shirouto.org Shiroto no Ran No.12] general grocery store (*2011), [https://www-shibuya.jp/ WWW] live performance venue (*2010), [https://www.facebook.com/WWWBShibuya WWWβ] (*2017), [http://nolimit.tokyonantoka.xyz/venues/ more].
  
 
'''Festivals''': [http://nolimit.tokyonantoka.xyz/ No Limit: Tokyo Autonomous Zone] (2016).
 
'''Festivals''': [http://nolimit.tokyonantoka.xyz/ No Limit: Tokyo Autonomous Zone] (2016).

Latest revision as of 21:25, 10 June 2019

Spaces: Café Lavandería (*2006), Ftarri improvised/experimental music store and live music venue, Irregular Rhythm Asylum, Kiryuusha book cafe, Pundit, Merdre artist-run space & cafe, Roji to Hito (*2010), Shiroto no Ran No.12 general grocery store (*2011), WWW live performance venue (*2010), WWWβ (*2017), more.

Festivals: No Limit: Tokyo Autonomous Zone (2016).


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb.