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As well as the No Border Camp info night on this Thursday we will once again be moving across town to O’Neils on Trinity Street on Thursday 4th June at 7pm for a night to raise awareness about the No Border Camp. This time, rather than our usual organising meeting, we will have music and entertainment from Tracey Curtis and Cosmo in-between some Read the rest of this entry »
You can now view the sights and sounds of the No Border Fest in the comfort of your own home! For the authentic experience simply view each video in order, down a can of lager between each band, dance around in front of the computer screen and go outside if you want a cigarette!
Jesus Bruiser come out blazing with their crust punk onslaught
This Saturday, the Bastard Squad Collective‘s annual crust extravaganda ‘SUBVERT 2008’ hits Bristol. Featuring Whole in the Head, Burning the Prospect, Beginning of the End, Jesus Bruiser, Skiplickers and Filthy Habits and taking place at the The White Hart. All the profits from the £7 entry fee will go to benefit Bristol No Borders and Bristol Anarchist Black Cross.
On Sunday, to soothe any hangovers or earache, in Kebele from 6pm there will be a series of short films on migration controls, and the resistance against it, plus delicious vegan food organised by Bristol No Borders. Free entry, food by donation.
Members of No Borders South Wales will be in attendance on both days, come and join us.
If you’ve ever needed an excuse to visit Newport, here’s a great one, the No Border Fest will feature 13 bands, lots of stalls, a protest, a film showing, some vegan food, loads of booze and (hopefully) a stack of cash to help No Borders South Wales! The whole event need only cost £10 if you get one of the special weekend tickets, email us for details. It all starts on Friday 3rd October at 7pm in TJs, Clarence Place, Newport.
Jesus Bruiser kick off the two-dayer with some furious raging hardcore anarcho crust punk from the pits of the cider soaked, dirt stained bristol squat scene. Jesus Bruiser’s “Allotment Crust Cocktail” sound has infiltrated nearly every DIY gig in the Westcountry, get in early to witness their uncompromisingly noisey dual-vocal attack.
Guitar pickin’ Cosmo, the ‘rebel without applause’, is the illegitimate son of Bob Dylan and Jasper Carrot. He tugs on the heart strings with songs about love, gets the conscience Read the rest of this entry »