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A Crass Conversation

The No Class tea drinkers received an invitation to interview Crass which turned out to be an inconvenience for everyone involved. When we got to the end of the Central line we phoned to say we were at Epping station but they had no idea we were coming even though we called 5 days earlier to confirm the visit. 3,784 more words

No Class

SANCTUS IUDA [1996] ABC (cass)

Sanctus Iuda

ABC (cass)

01. Serce Przestaje Już Bić
02. Blind Acceptance (Active Minds cover)
03. Co Chwila To Samo
04. Wolność Dla Bosni
05. Gazety Mowia (TZN Xenna cover) 147 more words


The Committee

The Committee ended their 80s tenure having released just the one 12″ single on Fire Records and with a track on the original double LP vinyl issue of Communicate – Live at Thames Poly (The Committee played there twice in 1985, supporting Rubella Ballet and Poison Girls, respectively). 1,248 more words

No Class

Flux of Pink Indians

Flux of Pink Indians came to be known as one of the leading anarcho punk bands of the 80s. It was an outfit that grew out of a little known late 70s Bishop Stortford punk band called The Epileptics. 2,698 more words

No Class

Culture Shock and the Subhumans Play The Hereford Underground Punk Revolution

The Underground Revolution kicked off December, the last month of 2016 with one of our most successful shows to date featuring anarcho punk/ska legends Culture Shock… 1,207 more words

The Music Lowdown

10/10/2016 TKS Presents: 'KOMUNITA/COMMUNITY' tracklist

In a time of divisive rhetoric from populist politicians and the gutter press, a sonic celebration of people and communities working together seemed a good idea. 291 more words

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