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Do they owe use a living? A brief introduction to Anarcho-punk

What is Anarcho-punk? Good question, Anarcho-punk was originally coined to refer to a wave of British punk bands that practiced Anarchism as opposed to just using at as a shock tactic (looking at you Sex Pistols). 1,328 more words

Punk

The Fleas - Heartbreaker

The Fleas
Heartbreaker
5 Track EP
Grow Your Own Records

The Fleas spread out a sound reminiscent of the likes of the dual Hagar The Womb vocals of the 80’s. 157 more words

Hope

A song I currently like (Vol. 1) - Propagandhi, 'Fixed Frequencies'

So I’ve decided to start including a semi-regular feature from now on, going in depth to a song of which I am currently particularly enamoured. The reasons for this are twofold; one, I often feel during things like Latecomer Reviews I’m a little hamstrung by the necessary evil of brevity, and this gives me a chance to really pick apart songs which I believe to be of of particular worth, their lyrics shot through with allusion, symbolism and wordplay and their music consistently engaging. 743 more words

Punk

My Favourite Gig - Karen Amsden, Hagar The Womb

This is the eigth in a series all taken from the Fanzine Hope *.2. The fanzine sees a collection of 70 contributors from the punk rock world.   313 more words

Hope

Live Review: Bad Breeding – The Old Blue Last, London

The Old Blue Last, London | May 4, 2016

Stevenage anarcho-punks Bad Breeding don’t look like nice boys. They look like nasty little bastards. Buzz cuts. 412 more words

Echoes And Dust

MAINTAIN AND RESIST - AN INTERVIEW WITH IAIN OF AUTONOMADS

By Chris Jarvis

Bringing together anarcho punk aesthetics and lyrical themes with dub and ska sounds, Manchester based Autonomads are the ultimate sound clash. Their releases move seamlessly between genres. 919 more words

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