What’s great about Zillah Minx is that she was there, in London, at the start of punk. She was living the life that we young, teeny would-be punks would have liked to have been part of, if in 1977 we hadn’t had school, old-fashioned parents and no money. 140 more words
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ANTISECT – OUT FROM THE VOID PT. 2
A dank, dark, dingy, dirty delight: anarcho crust punks Antisect’s Out From The Void grumbles and groans as it gears up (made even more atmospheric by my turntable’s needle slipping and scratching on the first seconds of my vinyl), toms knocking and pattering, the metal of cymbals pealing and distorted electric veering back. 53 more words
Vi Subversa was a truly remarkable woman. Those who knew her and worked with her describe someone who was unusually self-aware and politicised. Her politics, which are usually linked with the anarcho-punk movement, included deep and sometimes surprising angles on the way of things. 261 more words
‘Profane’ anarcho-punk icons’ first album.
I’m here today to do you a great service. For reasons unknown and preposterous, it’d taken me a long time to get onto listening to Crass (because nobody told me about them) and I’m doing everything in my power to stop that happening to anybody else because boy, you don’t want to miss out on this one.438 more words
Review by Ollie Stygall.
When I was a lad growing up in the 80’s, and my mates and I were dipping our toes into the murky world of punk/hardcore/metal, it became a familiar cry of parents to denounce our listening as noise, often telling us it all sounded the same and that it was rubbish… Not my dad, I hasten to add; he introduced me to loads of great rock and roll and always took time to listen to and try to appreciate what I was listening to! 715 more words