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On Friday 5th March we will be having a Benefit gig at The Promised Land, Windsor Place, Cardiff. For only £3 you’ll be able to see four great punk bands from South Wales and the West country.
Expect hard sounds and hard politics from these outspoken bands. There will be ska-punk from Spanner, crust-punk from Jesus Bruiser, anarcho-punk from Filthy Habits, and hardcore-punk from The Shortcuts. Doors will be open from half seven, first band on about 8pm.
All the money we take on the door (once the bands have had petrol money) will be spent on Calais Migrant Solidarity and Movement Newsletter; both worthy causes very much in need of your support. Any additional donations on the night will be gratefully received!
On Sunday 30th August we’ll be having a fundraising event in TJs, Newport. For a modest entry fee of £5, you can feast on a delight of rabble rousing rebel music.
Over on tour from Belgium are dub/ska-punk band The Usual Suspects who bring militant politics to music in a manner that can only be matched by Spanner who are coming over from Bristol. They are joined by Cardiff revolutionaries KilnAboy and Dirty Revolution who bring folk-punk and reggae-punk respectively.
There are event pages on both facebook and myspace, please help us promote this event by inviting your friends! On the night you’ll be able to find us activists taking turns behind our usual stall, it would be good to meet anyone who is interested in finding out more or getting involved.
It’s a bank holiday the next day, so check out these videos and if you like what you hear, why not come on down:
Sincere radical political music is a rare and splendid thing, we 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
“Best gig of the year? It’s up there.”
John Liedown, at Punks on Postcards
“All the bands I saw were fucking immense”
Savage, at South Wales Massive
Last weekends No Border Fest in TJs was a great success. Not that we are bias. With that in mind rather than have us attempt a blow by blow report check out these detailed reviews of the weekend from Freedom for Tooting and The Sprout.
We raised £378.39. A few hitches aside everything went pretty well, a massive thankyou to Read the rest of this entry »
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 »
Mark the first weekend of October in your diary for two days of punk, ska and folk at TJs, Newport. Along with them good people at Blind Destruction we’ll be holding No Border Fest, and all profits raised will go to No Borders South Wales.
It all kicks off on friday at 7pm when we’ve got crusty punks Jesus Bruiser over from Bristol, followed by local folk punk with KilnAboy and protest folk from Tracey Curtis from west Wales. Then Cardiff punks No Choice all finished of with dubby ska punk from Inner Terrestrials down from London.
Then on saturday a full day of Read the rest of this entry »