BORSHCH #2 explores new releases and reissued wisdoms, soaks up the sense of revolt manifested in communities, and adheres to the purity of the DIY culture. The magazine introduces extended interviews with Volruptus, the youngster of the second issue who lands on the cover, as well as Steffi, Perc, Gudrun Gut, and Rødhåd. The issue discusses ideas behind the curation of Berlin Atonal in conversations with the festival organizers and Varg in a role of a guest curator. BBC Radiophonic Workshop and Species of Fishes offer precious history lessons on electronic music and inspire to dream of unearthly sounds. Loke Rahbek of Posh Isolation tells a story of the punk and noise scene in Copenhagen. And finally, BORSHCH does not hesitate to break away from misconceptions and shed light on the gradual development of electronic music culture in Kiev, with presidents and revolutions aside.