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Entries from August 2009

Chillerton + Cheap Girls UK May tour

April 30th, 2009 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: News · punk rock etc

Melodic punks Chillerton are hitting the road for a rare UK tour with Cheap Girls.
You can check out the dates below.
May
10th Bloomsbury Lanes London
11th Hobgoblin Brighton
12th the Fawcett Inn Portsmouth
13th the Coyote Bar Swansea
14th the Cavern Exeter
15th the Stockroom Sheffield
16th KRO Bar Manchester
17th the Packhorse Leeds
18th Portland Arms Cambridge
19th the Windmill Brixton, London
20th King [...]

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Braindead

April 28th, 2009 · posted by Chris Walktall · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

Last Hours is, in essence, a loose affiliation of people who like melodic hardcore, so I feel lucky to have got my hands on the new album by one of the most exciting up and coming bands of that genre, Braindead.

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Bridge and Tunnel

April 27th, 2009 · posted by tommy · marked as: Live reviews · Photos · Reviews

I didn’t know Bridge and Tunnel’s music particularly well, but they had blown me away at the Fest last October, based on my previous experience and his enthusiasm, I knew that anyone who came to this show was in for a treat.

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Nemi II

April 26th, 2009 · posted by Chris Walktall · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews

A collection of those Nemi comics that Londoners see every morning in the Metro, you know the ones revolving around the goth girl acting irrationally at the whims and foibles of life.

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Against Me! to release ‘Cowboy’ demos

April 26th, 2009 · posted by tommy · marked as: News · punk rock etc

Folk Punk heroes, Against Me! are set to release ‘The Original Cowboy’ on July 7th 2009 through Fat Wreck Chords.

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Callout for the No Borders Camp at Calais

April 26th, 2009 · posted by anon · marked as: News · notes of resistance · punk rock etc

No Border protest camps have been happening for a number of years at locations around the world highlighting the situation for refugees and migrants and calling for freedom of movement for all. This June there will be a camp at Calais, France.

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The Guardian newspaper has published a story this morning claiming to contain recordings between Plane Stupid activist Tilly Gifford and two police officers.
The recordings where taken from three different occasions (in a police station, outside a supermarket and the third a phone conversation) on which the two officers attempt to enlist Gifford into working as [...]

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Bomb the music industry – Scrambles

April 24th, 2009 · posted by Chris Walktall · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

For those of you not familiar with ‘the bomb’, brain-child of Jeff Rosenstock (ex-Arrogant Sons Of Bitches) they’ve putting out a crazy mix of experimental ska-punk for the last few years, all free for download on their website. An amazing live show and awesome songs have gained them quite a reputation, so I donated my $5 and downloaded the new album Scrambles from their website.

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Anarchist Movement Conference 2009

April 23rd, 2009 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: News · notes of resistance · radical culture

The current economic situation means that the time is ripe for community organising and building a stronger anti-authoritarian movement. In June the Anarchist Movement Conference is set to solidify existing efforts of individuals working on projects though-out the anarchist movement.
The conference will focus on assessing where we stand as a movement and debating ways to [...]

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Hello Bastards/Soro/Spectra Hawk – Split

April 23rd, 2009 · posted by Chris Walktall · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

Well, today we have Soro. In the best traditions of crust it is slow and heavy with a soupcon of death-metal in the vocals. It is a large portion (9 or 10 minutes each), unfortunately the chef seems to have rushed the production a little as it leaves somewhat to be desired. Something else maybe?

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